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In Cheshire, the Commissioner utilises funding to meet the needs of the people of Cheshire, for policing, community safety and victim services.
The responsibilities as set out in legislation are to provide for, or arrange for the provision of:
An evidence based approach of what works to support victims, prevent and reduce crime and improve services to the public will deliver the strongest possible impact. Services will be commissioned against emerging needs, re-commissioning of services will take place where there is a strong evidence base of effectiveness and services will be de-commissioned were they are not considered effective.
A four stage process to commissioning will be used:This process will be underpinned by a strong ethos of partnership working. The Commissioner will work with other organisations, and those using services, to develop the most effective and efficient solutions. This will be through exploring options for co-commissioning services and designing services with both market experts and most importantly our communities and those using the services.
You can find more information on the funding allocated through commissioning activity below and within the Commissioner’s Annual Reports.
See how the funding has been distributed across the county
See what services are commissioned by Ministry of Justice funding