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Grants and Commissioned Services

Commissioner’s Grants Scheme

The Deputy PCC and PCC stand with a giant cheque for £2.2m in front of a group of people

Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe (right) and Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner Emma Daniell (left) are joined by grants winners and commissioned services providers in 2023/24.

The Commissioner’s Grants Scheme is an annual award which seeks to support initiatives that will reduce crime, support victims and make communities safer.  Awards are made to applications which can demonstrate support for one or more of the ambitions of the Police and Crime Plan, namely:

  • Fight crime and reduce reoffending
  • Deliver visible and effective policing
  • Keep people safe and reduce harm
  • Strengthen communities
  • Deliver better justice for all

Schemes both large and small are benefiting from this year’s round of funding, with all applications fully evaluated and scored against strict criteria to determine their eligibility and suitability. All grants are subject to the same terms and conditions.

2023/24 Grants Scheme

Two main funding streams feature in the grants awards this year:

  • Small Grants Scheme and Community Safety Partnerships Priority Fund
  • Road Safety Fund
  • Funding for Community Safety Partnerships

The Police and Crime Commissioner has funded schemes which support the overarching themes of prevention and diversion.

Find out more about each of the funded projects

See grants from previous years

Commissioned Services

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner has also provided funding for a number of county-wide commissioned or co-commissioned services.

* Co-commissioned with Warwickshire County Council

Needs Assessments

PCCs are responsible for commissioning support services to help victims cope and recover from the impact of crime.  Below are our needs assessments for various categories of service provision.

Victim Needs

A victim needs assessment was carried out by TONIC on behalf of the PCC to inform future commissioning.

Warwickshire Victim Needs Assessment 2022 – Executive Summary

2018 Needs Assessment

Warwickshire Victim Needs Assessement – Key Findings

Warwickshire Victim Needs Assessment Executive Summary

Substance Misuse

This needs assessment contributes to the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) for Warwickshire and is produced to inform commissioning for the re-tendering of the Substance misuse services. The needs assessment was produced by a group consisting of County Council public health specialists and commissioners as well as partners who have important roles to play in the identification and treatment of those in need.

Substance Misuse Needs Assessement Key Findings

Previous Grants and Commissioned Services

You can read about previous awards here

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