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Decision Record 2012


View the Commissioner's decisions for 2012


This page is where you can view the decisions made by Nottinghamshire's Police and Crime Commissioner in 2012.

 

Decision Record for 2012

Reference numberOriginator of decision  Summary of Decision - 2012 Decision agreedView further
details

2012/012

Karen Sleigh

To approve the Community Engagement and Consultation Strategy

Yes

Consultation and Engagement Strategy

2012/011

Sallie Blair - Communications Lead

This protocol seeks to enhance the clarity of public information issued by the NOPCC, the Force or any joint statements.  It furthermore seeks to reduce the possibility of conflicting or confusing statements due to lack of communication

Yes

Media Protocol and Style Guide decision

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2012/010

Charlotte Radford

The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) has a statutory responsibility to consult with the public in relation to setting the 2013/14 Police budget and precept (the amount of your Council Tax which goes towards paying for policing) and identifying the priorities for their 2013-17 Police and Crime Plan.

Due to the short timescale available in which the 2013/14 Police budget has to be set and also for the development and publication of the 2013-17 Police and Plan, SMSR have been commissioned to carry out 400 telephone surveys with a representative sample of members of the public and 3 focus groups, 1 in the City of Nottingham and 2 in the County. There will and additional focus groups, including victims of crime and young people, undertaken by staff from the Nottinghamshire Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner and a questionnaire on the Nottinghamshire PCC website

Yes

Consultation and engagement  with regard to the development and publication of the

2013-17 Police and Crime Plan and setting the 2013/14 Police budget and precept.

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2012/009

Kevin Dennis

  1. To approve the proposals for installing Solar Photovoltaic Panels on 7 Police buildings, as set out in the attached Business Case.

  2. To amend the capital programme for 2012/13 to allow the scheme to proceed.

Yes

Solar Photovoltaic Panel

2012/008

Charlotte Radford

The Chief Constable of Nottinghamshire was appointed to his position up to the maximum term of November 2014, in accordance with instructions form the Police Minster in November 2011in relation to the appointment of all Chief Constables. It is recognised that strong sustainable leadership is a key driver for the continuing success of Nottinghamshire Police. It is proposed to extend the contract of Chris Eyre up to its maximum length of August 2017. The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner has taken the opportunity to update the policy in relation to the Chief Constable’s relocation and benefits package

Yes

Extension of Chief Constable’s contract to August 2017 and Chief Constable Relocation & Benefits Package

2012/007

Kevin Dennis

Domestic Abuse and preventing violence against women and girls are key priorities along side ensuring that victims of crime are treated as people and not as cases. A Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner with vast experience in these areas will help deliver this priority and assist the Commissioner with delivering the wider responsibilitie

Yes

Appointment of Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner

2012/006

Charlotte Radford

Under the Elected Local Policing Bodies (Specified Information) Order 2012, Police and Crime Commissioners are under a statutory obligation to publish policies and procedures. The following HR policies and procedures require approval:

Yes

HR Policies and procedures

2012/005

Kevin Dennis

The Police and Crime Commissioner is seeking an individual or organisation(s) that would assist the Commissioner with making recommendations which will lead to improved BME trust and confidence in policing, better BME representation within Nottinghamshire Police Service workforce and embed effective BME community engagement into mainstream activity. As part of the project you will need to establish and support a stakeholder advisory group of appropriate individuals who have an interest or knowledge of BME experiences of policing. This group should have an active role in shaping any recommendation

Yes

Exploring and Improving BME Policing Experiences

2012/004

Charlotte Radford

In accordance with the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 the Commissioner is to be paid an authorised allowance in respect of expenses incurred in the exercise of the functions of the PCC. This policy also relates to the Deputy PCC.

Yes

Travel and Subsistence decision

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2012/003

Charlotte Radford

As part of the NOPCC Financial Framework three key documents have been reviewed and updated to ensure that key financial controls are put in place and managed effectively. This is the first of the three documents relating to the buying and selling of Land and Property as the basis for day to day management.

Yes

Standing Orders and Dealings with Land decision

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2012/002

Kevin Dennis

Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) are under a statutory obligation to publish its approach to the Governance of policing and crime in Nottinghamshire. Specifically the commissioner has to publish their decision making framework, scheme of delegation, financial regulations, contract standing orders, register of pecuniary and personal interest, complaints procedure, whistle blowing, anti-fraud and corruption. Separate requests will be made for some of these policies.

Yes

Governance Framework and Supporting Policies

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 2012/001

Charlotte  Radford

Under the statutory duties of the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), he can arrange for any other person to exercise his duties as long as they are not specifically excluded duties under the Act.

 Yes

Scheme of Delegation decision

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