The current salary of the Northamptonshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner is £76,500. The salaries of PCC are determined by the Secretary of State who take into account the Senior Salaries Review Board’s report recommendations, details can be found here.
(d) the allowances paid to each relevant office holder in respect of expenses incurred by the office holder in the exercise of the body’s functions;
(e) a register of interests of relevant office holders, including every paid employment or office or other pecuniary interest of each relevant office holder; Stephen Mold – Register of Interests
(f) the number of complaints or conduct matters that have been brought to the attention of a relevant office holder by the police and crime panel (either because they have been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission, or because they are being subjected to informal resolution by the panel)
Details of OPFCC Staff and Gifts and Hospitality Register
(d) the job title, responsibilities and salary of eachsenior employeeand (unless the senior employee refuses to consent to the publication of his name) the name of the senior employee;
(e) a register of each offer of a gift or hospitality made to a relevant office holder or member of staff, indicating whether the offer was accepted or refused.
2A. In relation to:
the duty of the chief officer of the police force maintained by the elected local policing body to provide assistance to the body under section 2(5) or 4(5) of the 2011 Act; and
the power of a local authority to provide administrative, professional or technical services to the elected local policing body under section 1(1) of the Local Authorities (Goods and Services) Act 1970
– information as to any arrangements for use by the elected local policing body of the staff of the chief officer or of a local authority under those provisions can be found here
Details of the income and expenditure of the OFPCC
(a) the total Budget of the elected local policing body;
(b) where the elected local policing body is a police and crime commissioner, the precept issued by the commissioner;
(c) information as to eachanticipated source of revenueof the elected local policing body (other than, in the case of a police and crime commissioner, the precept);
(f) information as to eachcrime and disorder reduction grantmade by the elected local policing body, including the conditions (if any) attached to the grant, the recipient of the grant, the purpose of the grant and the reasons why the body considered that the grant would secure, or contribute to securing, crime and disorder reduction in the body’s area;
(g) information as to each item of expenditure of –
(i) the elected local policing body, or (ii) the chief officer of the police force maintained by the body,exceeding £500 (other than a crime and disorder reduction grant made by the elected local policing body), including the recipient of the funds, the purpose of the expenditure and the reasons why the body or the chief officer (as the case may be) considered that good value for money would be obtained.
(h) information as to each item of expenditure of the elected local policing body in relation to travel by, accommodation for, or the subsistence of, a relevant office holder, including the recipient of the funds, the purpose of the expenditure and the reasons why the elected local policing body considered that good value for money would be obtained.
Details of the property, rights and liabilities of the OFPCC
(a) the identity of any premises or land owned by, or occupied for the purposes of, the elected local policing body can be found here
(i) the elected local policing body, or (ii) the chief officer of the police force maintained by the body, in relation to a contract which the body or chief officer (as the case may be) expects will have a value exceeding £10,000;
(i) the elected local policing body, or (ii) the chief officer of the police force maintained by the body, is or is to be a party, including the value of the contract, the identity of every other party to the contract and the purpose of the contract.”.
Public Meetings and Decisions taken by the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner
(c) a copy of the minutes of each public meeting heldby the elected local policing body, and of each meeting which is not a public meeting but at which matters of significant public interest arising from the exercise of the body’s functions are discussed.
(d) a record of each decisionof significant public interest arising from the exercise of the elected local policing body’s functions, whether made by the body at or as a result of a meeting or otherwise.
(c) a statement of the policy of the elected local policing body in relation torecords management, including procedures for the security and sharing of information and the retention and destruction of documents;
(d) a statement of the policy of the elected local policing body in relation to the handling of qualifying disclosures (within the meaning of section 43B of the Employment Rights Act 1996(a))
Copies of reports in relation to the prevention of crime and disorder
(a) a copy of any report required by the elected local policing body from the responsible authorities for a local government area under section 7(1) of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998(b).
Information regarding independent custody visitor arrangements made under section 51 of the Police Reform Act 2002
Ministry of Justice funding - sexual violence and domestic abuse services
A total of £249,211 has been awarded to sexual violence and domestic abuse services in Northamptonshire.
Organisations working with victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence in Northamptonshire were able to apply for extra Government funding in June 2020, to support them through the challenges of the covid 19 pandemic.
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) made up to £252,000 available to organisations in Northamptonshire, subject to approving bids that were made through the office of the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner.
The MoJ made available £63,000 for sexual violence services and a further £63,000 for organisations providing domestic abuse services.
Organisations were asked to bid for a share of the funding to:
Tackle short-term disruption to their services due to the pandemic
Help support essential costs of their current activities, such as moving to remote working
Meet increased demand for their services due to covid 19
The funding also allowed the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner to bid for a further £126,000 to support or extend domestic and sexual abuse services that he already provides or commissions.
£125,349 has been awarded for Domestic Abuse services that are already commissioned by the Northamptonshire PFCC
£62,982 has been awarded for Domestic Abuse services that are not currently commissioned by the PFCC
£60,880 has been awarded for Sexual Violence services that are already commissioned by the PFCC and those that are not currently funded by the PFCC.
Organisations that were funded:
Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence
– Voice for Victims and Witnesses was awarded£64,975.00 – to purchase equipment so that emotional and practical support can be provided online, and to increase the ways in which victims can access support, to undertake a campaign raising awareness on child on parent violence and signposting to relevant support (will work together with the Rise bid). To provide additional training to staff in relation to domestic abuse and sexual violence with nationally accredited programmes, and to undertake an educational and support programme aimed at the risks facing children and young people online in respect of sexual offences.
– Rise was awarded £60,374.00 – for activity that focuses on working with victims of Domestic Abuse where children are violent in the family home. This will involve working with both parents and children and young people through a programme and 1:1 work.
-Northamptonshire Domestic Abuse Alliance was awarded£31,890.00 – to go towards increasing capacity to provide outreach support for children who have experienced Domestic Abuse, this will include programme provision and targeted 1:1 work across the county.
– Eve was awarded £31,092.00 – to increase capacity to support adult victims of Domestic Abuse and their children/young people, involving programmes and 1:1 activity.
– Northamptonshire Rape Crisis was awarded £25,000.00 – to increase Independent Sexual Violence Advisor capacity so that more victims can receive support and providing additional PPE equipment where face to face contact is necessary.
– ASSIST Trauma Care was awarded £35,880.00 – to provide therapeutic support for victims of Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence through delivery of a step by step programme and individual support sessions.
– Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse was not successful.