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Publication Scheme

In order to comply with the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Specified Information Order 2011 we will routinely publish a range of information on this website relating to decisions, registers, and other matters of public interest.

For ease, please find links to the relevant information below:-

Lists & Registers

 1.

Who are we & what we do

Orginasational information, structures, locations & contacts.

 Relevant link

a)

NAMES AND  CONTACT DETAILS OF PCC AND DEPUTY PCC

The names of each relevant office holder (defined as Police and Crime Commissioner (Commissioner and the Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner (Deputy Commissioner)

 

Link to 'Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner' Page 

 b)

JOB DESCRIPTIONS OF OPCC SENIOR EMPLOYEES

The job title, responsibilities and salary of each senior employee and the name of the senior employee* (* senior employee applies to any person earning over £58,200).

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner Executive Team and Office Staff

 c)

OPCC ORGANISATIONAL CHART

An organisational chart showing the structure of the staff.

Structure Chart/Demographics/Salary Bands

 d)

OPCC STAFF NUMBERS

The number of members of OPCC staff.

 Structure Chart/Demographics/Salary Bands

 e)

OPCC DEMOGRAPHICS

The proportion of staff who:

i)   Are women  ii) Are, to the knowledge of the Commissioner, members of an ethnic minority  iii) Have, to the knowledge of the Commissioner, a disability (within the meaning of Section 6 of the Equality Act 2010 (a).

 Structure Chart/Demographics/Salary Bands

 f)

OPCC SALARY BANDS

Salary bands of OPCC staff.

Structure Chart/Demographics/Salary Bands

 g)

NUMBER OF PANEL COMPLAINTS

The number of complaints or conduct matters that have been brought to the attention of the Commissioner by the Police and Crime Panel (either because they have been referred to the Commissioner, or because they are being subjected to informal resolution by the panel).

One received October 2016 - Outcome not upheld.

One received January 2017 - Outcome not upheld

One received October 2017 - Outcome not upheld

One received April 2018 - Outcome not upheld.

 h)

CHIEF OFFICER STAFF

Arrangements regarding use of staff of chief officer of police.

Go to the bottom of the page below to see details regarding the chief officer's staff.

Structure Chart/Demographics/Salary Bands

 i)

LAND & PREMISES OWNERSHIP

The identity of any premises or land owned by, or occupied for the purpose of the Commissioner.

 

Please see Links to useful pages at the bottom of the link below for land details -

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner Executive Team and Office Staff

 2.

What we spend & how we spend it

Financial information relating to projected and actual income and expenditure and financial audit.

 Relevant Link

a)

BUDGET

The total budget of the Commissioner.

See Budget and Precept information on the link below.

Link to 'How Your Money is Spent' Page

b)

PRECEPT

The draft precept and precept issued by the Commissioner.

See Budget and Precept information on the link below.

Link to 'How Your Money is Spent' Page

c)

REVENUE

Information as to each anticipated source of revenue of the Commissioner (other than, in the case of a Commissioner).

See Budget and Precept information on the link below.

Link to 'How Your Money is Spent' page

d)

EXPENDITURE

Information as to the proposed expenditure of the Commissioner.

See Budget and Precept information on the link below.

Link to 'How Your Money is Spent'  Page

e)

INVESTMENT STRATEGY

A copy of the annual investment strategy of the Commissioner.

See Investment Strategy information on the link below.

 Link to 'How Your Money is Spent' Page

f)

GRANTS

Information as to each crime and disorder reduction grant made by the Commissioner, including the conditions (if any) attached to the grant, the recipient of the grant, the purpose of  the grant and the reasons why the Commissioner considered that the grant would secure, or contribute to securing, crime and disorder reduction in the Commissioner's area.

See Grants information on the link below.

Link to the Grants Page

g)

EXPENDITURE OVER £500

Information as to each item of expenditure of:

i)    The Commissioner or
ii)   The Chief Officer of the police force maintained by the Commissioner,exceeding £500 (other than a crime and disorder reduction grant made by the Commissioner),  including the recipient of the funds, the purpose of the expenditure and the reasons why the Commissioner or the Chief Officer considered that good value for money would be obtained.

See information on Expenditure over £500 on the link below.

Link to the 'Items of Expenditure exceeding £500' page.

h)

CONTRACTS EXCEEDING £10,000

A copy of each contract with a value exceeding £10,000 to which:

i)    the Commission, or
ii)   the Chief Office of the police force maintained by the Commissioner, is or is to be a part.

The Derbyshire Constabulary publish this, please use the following link to access this information:

http://www.derbyshire.police.uk/About-us/Freedom-of-Information/What-We-Spend/WhatWeSpend.aspx

 i)

CONTRACTS NOT EXCEEDING £10,000

A list of every contract with a value not exceeding £10,000 to which:

i)    the Commissioner, or ii)   the Chief Officer of the police force maintained by the Commissioner, is or is to be a party, including the value of the contract, the identity of every other party to the contract and the purpose of the contract.

The Derbyshire Constabulary publish this, please use the following link to access this information:

http://www.derbyshire.police.uk/About-us/Freedom-of-Information/What-We-Spend/WhatWeSpend.aspx

j)

INVITATIONS TO TENDER

A copy of each invitation to tender issued by:

i)    the Commissioner, or
ii)   the Chief Officer of the police force maintained by the Commissioner, in relation to a contract which the Commissioner or Chief Officer expects will have a value exceeding £10,000.

The Derbyshire Constabulary publish this, please use the following link to access this information:

http://www.derbyshire.police.uk/About-us/Freedom-of-Information/What-We-Spend/WhatWeSpend.aspx

 k)

ALLOWANCES & EXPENSES

The allowances paid to each relevant office holder in respect of expenses incurred by the office holder in the exercise of the Commissioner's functions.

Link to 'Expenses, Declarations and Interests' Page

 l)

SENIOR SALARIES

The salary of each relevant office holder who earns over £58,200 including names, job description & responsibilities.

Link to 'Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner' Page

 m)

AUDIT

Audited accounts, auditors comments, annual accounting statement and audit reports.

Link to 'How Your Money is Spent'  Page

 3.

What our priorities are & how we are doing

Strategies and plans, performance indicators, audits, inspections and reviews.

 Relevant Link

 a)

POLICE AND CRIME PLAN

The Police and Crime Plan.

Police and Crime Plan

 b)

 

ANNUAL REPORT

The Annual Report.

 PCC Annual Report

 c)

 COLLABORATION AGREEMENTS

A copy of each collaboration agreement, or the fact that an agreement has been made.

 Collaboration Agreements

 4.

How we make decisions

Decision making processes & records of decisions.

 Relevant Link

a)

PUBLIC MEETINGS INC. DATE, TIME AND PLACE

The date, time and place of each public meeting to be held by the local policing Commissioner.

Link to Meetings Page

b)

AGENDA, REPORTS AND DISCUSSION DOCUMENTS OF PUBLIC MEETINGS

A copy of the agenda for each public meeting held by the Commissioner and any report or other document that is the subject matter of an item on the agenda.

Click on the relevant meeting links on the left hand side of the below link to access the agenda, reports and documents contained within the table.

Link to the Meetings Page

c)

AGREED MINUTES OF PUBLIC MEETINGS

A copy of the minutes of each public meeting held by the Commissioner, and of each meeting which is not a public meeting but at which there are matters of significant public interest.

Click on the relevant meeting links on the left hand side of the below link to access the minutes which are within the agenda and report contained within the table.

Link to the Meetings Page

d)

DECISIONS MADE

A record of each decision of significant public interest arising from the exercise of the Commissioner's functions, whether made by the Commissioner or as a result of a meeting or otherwise.

 

PCC Decision Making

 

 5.

Our policies & Procedures

Current written policies, procedures for delivering services and responsibilities.

 Relevant Link

a)

STAFF CODE OF CONDUCT

A statement of the policy of the Commissioner in relation to the conduct of relevant office holders, including procedures for the handling of qualifying complaints and conduct matters (within the meaning of Section 31 of the 2011 Act).

The Staff Code of Conduct, the Meetings Protocol and the PCC Staff Disciplinary Procedure can be found in the policies section of our website listed alphabetically.

Link to Policies, Procedures and Guidance Documents Page

b)

MEETINGS/DECISION MAKING POLICY

A statement of the policy of the Commissioner in relation to the making of decisions of significant public interest arising from the exercise of the Commissioner's functions.

The Meetings Protocol can be found in the policies section of our website listed alphabetically.

Link to Policies, Procedures and Guidance Documents Page

c)

RECORDS RETENTION POLICY

A statement of policy of the Commissioner in relation to records management, including procedures for the security and sharing of information and the retention and destruction of documents.

The Retention Policy can be found in the policies section of our website listed alphabetically.

Link to Policies, Procedures and Guidance Documents Page

d)

WHISTLE BLOWING POLICY

A statement of the policy of the Commissioner in relation to the handling of qualifying disclosures (within the meaning of Section 43B of the Employment Rights Act 1996(a).

Statement of the Police & Crime Commissioner.

Statutory provisions relating to the disclosure of information by employees (known as whistleblowing) to expose malpractice, criminal offences etc within an organisation apply to police officers, police staff and the staff of the police and crime commissioner.

Individuals are protected from action by their  employer (for  example victimisation or dismissal) in respect  of disclosures falling  with categories set out in section 43B of the  Employment Act 1996.

These statutory provisions are reflected in the policies that  apply to staff of  Derbyshire  Police and the Police and Crime  Commissioner and which set out the mechanisms available for confidential reporting and actions to be taken.

Section 43B of the Employment
Rights Act 1996 Qualifying
Disclosures

The Whistle Blowing Policy can be found in the policies section of our website listed alphabetically.

Link to Policies, Procedures and Guidance Documents page


.

 

 e)

OPCC STAFF COMPLAINTS POLICY

The OPCC's Staff Complaints Policy.

The Complaints Policy can be found in the policies section of our website listed alphabetically.

Policies, Procedures and Guidance Documents

 f)

ICV SCHEME

Information about the operation of the ICV scheme including the process and policies of the scheme.

Custody Volunteers

 g)

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION AND DATA PROTECTION POLICIES

Information about Freedom of Information and Data Protection including process and policies.

Freedom of Information and Data Protection 

 h)

HR

Numbers of staff employed by the OPCC and diversity data.

 Structure Chart/Demographics/Salary Bands

 i)

OPCC POLICIES

All OPCC policies.

 Policies, Procedures and Guidance Documents

6. 

Lists & registers

 

Relevant Link

 a)

GIFTS & HOSPITALITY

A register of each offer of a gift or hospitality mde to a relevant office holder or member of staff, including whether the offer was accepted or refused.

 

Link to the 'Expenses, Declarations and Interests' Page

 b)

REGISTER OF INTERESTS

A register of interests which might conflict with the role of the PCC and Deputy PCC, including every other pecuniary interest or paid positions that they hold.

Link to 'Expenses, Declarations and Interests' Page

 c)

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUESTS (FOI)

A list of the FOI requests received by the OPCC

Please see the left hand side of the link below to access the FOI requests the OPCC have received.

Freedom of Information and Data Protection

 

  

 

 
 
 
 
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