PCC’s Grant Fund 2022-23
The PCC is seeking to fund for 2022-2023 services and projects that can support the delivery of the areas listed below. Please note this list is not the extensive list of providers and funds for 2022-2023 but does show the areas that are available to bid into.
Please send completed application forms to the PCC-Commissioning@bedfordshire.pnn.police.uk inbox and quote the bid application reference number within the email title line.
Please include your DSB certificate number when submitting your bid application.
Applications will close on Friday 15th October 2021 at 12pm midday.
Bids Timetable 2022-23
Bid opens 6ᵗʰ September 2021
Bid closes 15ᵗʰ October 2021
The bids will be reviewed both internally by the OPCC and then externally through the format of panels. Due diligence checks will then be made on winning bidders and bidders will be informed of the outcome by December 15th.
Bidders informed of decision by 15ᵗʰ December 2021
On December 16th bidders will be invited to an open session to hear the detail on how many bids were received and how the funding was allocated.
Delivery of the bids will be from April 2022
Plan for 2022-23
The PCC’s Grant Fund for 2022-23 runs from Monday 6th September and is the annual opportunity for support services to bid into. The fund is split into two key areas –
The Ministry of Justice Fund and Community Safety Fund and broken down as follows:
Ministry of Justice (MoJ)
- Domestic Violence – £497,000
- Counselling – £20,000
- Sexual Violence Support – £90,000
- Support for victims and witnesses in all other crime types other than Domestic Abuse – £270,000
Community Safety Fund (CSF)
- Mental Health – £70,000
- Volunteers – £11,000
- Adult Offender Management – £229,000
- Youth Offender Management – £120,000
- Domestic Abuse Offender Focus – £60,000
- Early Intervention – £139,000
- Police and Crime Plan Delivery – £128,000
The OPCC will be fully transparent with the process and all partners will have sight of each fund and be invited to an open session with the Chief Executive to conclude the biding allocation. Once allocated, we will monitor monthly, quarterly or annually dependent on the spend amount and all details are reported to the Police and Crime Panel which is a publicly recorded and available meeting.