Details of the decisions agreed by the Commissioner (or those authorised under delegated authority) in exercising his duties are published here. All agreed decision notices will be published, along with background papers and other documents that are not restricted.
A Decisions Policy has been created to provide clarity of the role and expectations of all involved in the process to ensure that any decision reached by the Commissioner is done so in an open and transparent way to the communities of Hampshire and Isle of Wight.
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To sustain existing key services for 12 months to enable significant opportunities to improve the long term support, capacity and quality of services provided to this vulnerable cohort at risk of and suffering sexual violence
Approved extension of the funding contribution from April 2021 for the Hampshire/Portsmouth Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) Service for 12 months with the option to extend.
Funding of £138,162 allocated for 12 months with the option to extend, for the provision of the Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) service across the combined area of Hampshire and Portsmouth to align with the Hampshire County Council contract period. This is subject to the funding being forthcoming from the Ministry of Justice. Download PDF
Tackling rural crime - Police and Crime Commissioner to invest in an improved Intelligence and Analysis of rural criminality to equip Hampshire Constabulary with more effective tools to keep our rural communities SAFER
Approved a one-off funding of £6,000 to fund the development and build of rural policing Power BI product. Download PDF
Draw down of £2 million from the surety held by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) to mitigate against ACRO Criminal Records Office risk and liabilities.
Approved a request from the ACRO Criminal Records Office Governance Board to draw down £2 million from the surety fund held by the OPCC (as proposed in Option 1 of the ‘ACRO Surety Report’ dated 18-Sep-20) to mitigate against ACRO risks and liabilities.
ACRO Governance Board required to keep the PCC fully appraised of developments in returning the surety to its original level of £4 million. Download PDF