The PCC’s approach to commissioning is set out within his Commissioning Strategy (PDF, 752.7 KB) and is based around four key themes:
- Supporting Victims and Witnesses
- Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence
- Rehabilitation of Offenders
- Mental Health, Drugs and Alcohol
The PCC’s Commissioning Strategy outlines what Stephen and Deputy PCC Jenny McKibben wish to achieve through the commissioning of services in each of these theme areas, and also provides a plan for each theme of how they intend to meet those aims.
The plans, which have been discussed and prepared in collaboration with partners, are informed by a Victim, Witness and Offender Needs Assessment (PDF, 715.8 KB) for Norfolk. The plans and needs assessment are live documents regularly reviewed to ensure they continue to accurately reflect the needs of our county and the steps your PCC is taking to respond to those needs. Input from groups or individuals is welcome at any time on these documents and will be fed into the review process.
A range of performance measures across the four themes are currently in development and will be used in grant agreements, contract tender specifications and final approved contracts between the PCC and service providers. Your PCC will continue to work with providers and partners to develop meaningful measures with clearly-defined outcomes to inform active monitoring of each commissioned activity to ensure available resources are used to maximum effect.
- ISVA Applications
- Sexual Abuse Victim Support Fund
- Commissioning Intentions Table for Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence (PDF, 134.2 KB)
- Commissioning Intentions Table for Mental Health, Drugs and Alcohol (PDF, 137.0 KB)
- Commissioning Intentions Table for Rehabilitation of Offenders (PDF, 131.4 KB)
- Commissioning Intentions Table for Supporting Victims and Witnesses (PDF, 130.4 KB)
- Commissioning Strategy (PDF, 752.7 KB)
- Example Grant Agreement (PDF, 287.9 KB)
- Victim, Witness and Offender Needs Assessment (PDF, 715.8 KB)