The PCC is responsible for the commissioning of a range of victim services across Avon and Somerset. The OPCC has started a process to review those services and consider what services should be put in place from April 2019 after the current contracts and grants conclude. This page will be kept updated with information as well as opportunities to get involved:
Engagement on Commissioning Intentions
The OPCC engaged with stakeholders on its commissioning intentions from 12 March 2018 - 3 June 2018. The engagement period is now closed and responses are being reviewed by the OPCC.
Key documents for this were:
- Commissioning Intentions Document
- Needs Assessment
- Stakeholders Survey (now closed)
The OPCC appointed TONIC to work with victims of crime and ASB as part of the engagement and procurement processes. Victims had their say by sharing their views via a confidential and anonymous survey www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/avon-and-somerset-victim-services/.
This page will be kept updated with information for those who may want to share their experiences and feed into the commissioning process for victim support services.
Publication of the Commissioning Plan
The next stage of the process will be the publication of the Commissioning Plan. Please check back for further updates in due course.
Release of tender documents
New service go live (April 2019)
Documents from 2014/15 when services were first put in place are available here.
Other background documents such as national guidelines and frameworks are available here.
To find out about the range of victim services in Avon and Somerset please visit the Lighthouse directory.
You can view the victim sevices for 2017/18 here.
You can view the victim sevices for 2016/17 here.
You can view the victim sevices for 2015/16 here.