Funding agreement with Gloucestershire PCC
Decision Maker: Director of Community & Economic Development - Tracey Birkinshaw
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Is Key decision?: Yes
Is subject to call in?: No
To agree the funding agreement with the
Gloucestershire Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner whereby
a grant payment of £8,000 will be paid to the Council
• Commission St Giles Trust to provide 5-day training and consultation with senior leaders across key organisations, councillors and wider partners to understand, identify and support young people on the verge or already engaging in Organised Crime Gang (OCG) activities. The training will upskill professionals and provide greater resilience across multi agency partnerships by helping individuals and groups in understanding, identifying and supporting individuals at risk.
Reasons for the decision:
The Gloucestershire Office of the Police and
Crime Commissioner has been successful in securing Serious Violence
Duty funding from the Home Office. The funding has been allocated
to CBC to deliver the activity as set out above.
Month Delivery Tracker
February 2024- March 2024 Delivery of training including site visit
Q2 (January 2024 to March 2024) = £8,000
To be spent by March 2024.
Alternative options considered:
Reason Key: Effects two or more Wards (Key);
Other reasons / organisations consulted
This intervention responds directly to issues
relating to exploitation raised at the Multi Agency Problem Solving
Forum (MAPS) and escalated to form a Sponsor group to bring key
agencies together to focus on actions related to OCG
Contact: Richard Gibson, Head of Communities, Wellbeing and Partnerships Email: [email protected].
Publication date: 12/02/2024
Date of decision: 09/02/2024