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Police and Crime Commissioners competed fund: 2014 to 2015 results

The results of the £12.5 million Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) competed fund.


Breakdown of successful bids into PCC competed fund 2014 to 2015

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The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) has awarded £31.55 million to PCCs to provide victims’ support services from 1 October 2014 in their local areas.

MOJ has allocated the funding using a simple and transparent population based formula. The breakdown of funding is as follows:

  • £24 million for victims’ services
  • £6.25 million for restorative justice (this sum is not ring-fenced)
  • £1.3 million to support victims of sexual /domestic violence (this sum is not ring-fenced)

MOJ invited PCCs to compete for additional funding in April 2014 to help support victims in the priority categories:

  • victims of the most serious crimes
  • persistently targeted victims
  • victims who are vulnerable or intimidated

The results of the competitive process were announced on 3 July 2014, with £12.5m being allocated to successful PCCs.

Published 3 July 2014
Last updated 18 August 2014 + show all updates
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