Author and Job Role: Lucy Thomas, Commissioning & Policy Lead for Victim Services
Protective Marking: OFFICIAL
The grant is for the delivery of two services; a Compulsive and Obsession Behaviour Intervention (COBI) programme and an intensive domestic abuse One-To-One programme:
- The COBI programme is an outcome focussed programme for stalking behaviour.
- The Intensive DA One-To-One perpetrator interventions for individuals identified through a range of new pathways, will focus on achieving positive behavioural change.
Surrey has a robust multi-agency system for tackling and reducing the risk posed by domestic abuse perpetrators, with partners collectively making use of a range of interventions, tools and powers.
However, there is a recognised gap in relation to universal pre-conviction perpetrator interventions focussed on early intervention and behaviour change. This is a gap recognised by all local commissioners and reflected in the jointly agreed Surrey Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Strategy 2021-2023.
Funding of £502,600.82 is provided to Interventions Alliance in 2022/23 for the two aforementioned services (£240,848.70 for the COBI programme and £261,752.12 for the intensive one-to-one interventions).
Police and Crime Commissioner’s approval:
I approve the recommendation(s):
Signature: Lisa Townsend, Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey (wet signed copy held by Commissioner’s Office)
Date: 08 November 2022
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Areas for consideration:
There are no financial implications
There are no legal implications
Equality and diversity
No implications to equality and diversity
Risks to human rights
No risks to human rights