Decision Log 046/2020 – Reducing Reoffending Fund (RRF) Application October 2020

Decision Log 046/2020 – Reducing Reoffending Fund (RRF) Application October 2020

Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey – Decision Making Record

Report Title: Reducing Reoffending Fund (RRF) Application October 2020

Decision number: 046/2020       

Author and Job Role: Craig Jones – Policy & Commissioning Lead for CJ

Protective Marking:                      OFFICIAL

Executive Summary:

For 2020/21 the Police and Crime Commissioner has made available £266,667 of funding to reduce reoffending in Surrey.

Background

In October 2020 the following organisation submitted an application to the RRF for consideration;

The Restorative Justice Training CompanyDelivering Restorative Interventions projectsum requested £4500

The RJ training company will provide a Restorative Justice Intervention service for cases referred to the Restorative Justice Hub that fall outside of current provision. The director, Mike Ledwidge, has been delivering RJ interventions and training for over 20 years. He was one of the first trainers in RJ in the UK and completed a masters degree based on RJ. Mike helped create the RJ Council and set the original training standards. He was a council trustee for some years and has delivered RJ training all over the UK and in Central America.

Recommendation:

That the Police & Crime Commissioner awards the sum requested to the above mentioned organisation totalling £4500

Police and Crime Commissioner Approval

I approve the recommendation(s):

Signature: David Munro (wet signature on hard copy)

Date: 16th October 2020

All decisions must be added to the decision register.

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