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In 2013/14, in addition to Home Office Police Main Grant and other specific Home Office police grants (such as Counter Terrorism Policing Grant), Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) received funding from the new Home Office Community Safety Fund (CSF). The CSF is un-ringfenced and Commissioners are able to use it to commission services that help tackle drugs and crime, reduce re-offending, and improve community safety in their force area.
Although the allocations of the CSF in 2013/14 were based on the existing distribution of drugs, crime and community safety grants across police force areas in 2012/13, the CSF is a new funding stream which the Commissioner has the freedom and flexibility to use as he sees fit to support his wider crime prevention priorities. The Commissioner is also free to pool funding with local partners.
Detailed in the table below are the Community Safety Fund Grants awarded in 2013/14
Amber Valley District Council Grant Agreement
Bolsover District Council Grant Agreement
Chesterfield District Council Grant Agreement
Derby City Community Safety Grant Agreement
Derby City Drug Intervention Grant Agreement
Derby City Youth Intervention Grant Agreement
Derbyshire County Drug Intervention Grant Agreement
Derbyshire County IDVA Grant Agreement
Derbyshire County Youth Crime and Substance Misuse Grant Agreement
Derbyshire Dales Grant Agreement
Erewash District Council Grant Agreement
High Peak District Council Grant Agreement
High Peak Women's Aid Grant Agreement
North East Derbyshire District Council Grant Agreement
Next Steps Grant Agreement
Probation Trust Grant Agreement
South Derbyshire District Council Grant Agreement
Sporting Futures Grant Agreement