Background to the Commissioner's role
Changes to the Police governance structure were approved in September 2011 when the Coalition Government passed the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act.
This meant that from November 2012, Police Authorities would cease to exist and be replaced with directly-elected Police and Crime Commissioners. Find out more about the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act.
Information and latest news about Police and Crime Commissioners' responsibilities and partnership working can be viewed on the Home Office's website.
Police performance is monitored by the PCC and also by Her Majesty's Inspectors of Constabulary (HMIC) who report on policing activity with a view to encouraging improvement in reducing crime.
Visit the HMIC website to read more about how the police can reduce crime.
The Commissioner's publication scheme listing information that is already published is publicly available.
It details information we must make routinely available under the Elected Local Policing Bodies (Specified Information) Order 2011 and the Information Commissioners Office (ICO).
It is intended that we supply as much information about the Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner's role as possible on this website. If, however, you cannot find what you are looking for please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 0300 122 6000. You can also click on the 'Contact Us' link to submit an online form.
OPCC Property and Land Assets
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N.B There are also an additional 13 locations which due to operational sensitivity cannot be disclosed and therefore are not on the list above.