Ron Hogg, Durham's Police, Crime and Victims' Commissioner (PCVC), has established three key principal commissioning activities:
- Community Safety Grant (details below);
- Community Safety Fund;
- Commissioned services for victims of crime.
How the Community Safety Grant is allocated
PCVC Ron Hogg allocates funding to two council community safety partnerships:
- Safe Durham Partnership
- Darlington Community Safety Partnership
The two partnerships allocate the funds to local activities agreed upon by representatives of the partner organisations that sit on the respective local Boards.
In 2016/17 the Safe Durham Partnership allocated (£461,290) to the following activities:
- CDYOS Pre-Court and Positive Futures (£160,872);
- Anti-Social Behaviour Officers (£131,883);
- Check Point Programme (£85,335);
- Victim Liaison Officer (Young People) (£48,200);
- Adult Offender Mentor (£30,000);
- Drug Treatment Service (£5,00).
In 2016/17 the Darlington Community Safety Partnership allocated (£66,653) to the following activities:
- Restorative Justice Hub (£31,300);
- Not Allocated (£35,353).
Details of how Ron's other principle commissioning activities