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View the Commissioner's latest decisions

This page is where you can view the latest decisions made by Leicestershire's Police and Crime Commissioner.  The table below will be updated on a regular basis as decisions are made.


2017 Decisions
Summary of Decision
Supporting Document

Deputy Chief Finance Officer (CFO) and S151 Responsibilities

To ensure the capacity and the resilience of the financial advice to the Commissioner during recruitment to the OPCC structure for a Resources Manager and Finance Director, the PCC wishes to appoint the Force Assistant Chief Officer (Finance and Resources) as Deputy CFO and S151 Officer during this time.

Supporting Document

Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner - Office Structure

As reported to the Police and Crime Panei in December 2016, the PCC has been reviewing his office structure to ensure the necessary skills and capabilities are in place to effectively deliver his Police and Crime Plan for the period April 2017 to March 2021.

The proposed structure is based on 18.54 budgeted posts and a Policing advisor post seconded from the Force. It includes provision for a Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner, a Policy Advisor, additional Communications and Engagement and administrative support to reflect the increased visibility of the Commissioner

Supporting Document

Claims for Financial Assistance

Home Office Circular 43/2001, details the role of Police Authorities in respect of financial assistance to police officers involved in certain legal proceedings, including Coroner's Inquests.  The Circular outlines the Home Secretary's approval of guidance to police authorities on financial assistance to officers in legal proceedings in the light of the Divisional Court judgment of R v South Yorkshire Police Authority (1999). This judgement confirmed that Police Authorities have power to meet the defence costs of Police Officers in civil and criminal proceedings, including judicial review proceedings and any other type of legal proceedings.

Although this circular is under review, its guidance applies to Police and Crime Commissioners since their appointment in line with the legislation.

Supporting Document

Police Property Store

This decision record updates Decision Record EXE0022/17 following the Strategic Assurance Board discussion and agreement on the 12/10/2017 to maximise all available resources in the BER for frontline policing and borrow the full Capital cost of the Property Store.

Supporting Document

Permanent Budget Transfer to the Force from the Commissioning Budget

At the Strategic Assurance Board on the 12/10/17, The PCC stated his intention to permanently transfer annual commissioning contributions to the Force of £412,988. This would provide the force with additional flexibility to utilise towards frontline services.

Supporting Document

Reduction of Funding Set Aside in the Budget Equalisation Reserve (BER) of £0.250m

In his budget and precept determination for 2017/18 (Decision Record EXE0003/17, paragraph 13 of the Budget and Precept Report), the PCC ring fenced the sum of £0.5m from the Budget Equalisation Reserve (BER) in the year to help shape and support the work on an integrated response to demand as it developed.

The PCC intended this funding to work with partners to develop thinking towards a multi-agency call handling and resolution facility. It was intended that this facility will be built around the 101 service enabling the public to
seek help and support across a wider range of public service functions.

At the Strategic Assurance Board meeting on the 12/10/17, the PCC advised that it was unlikely that the full £0.5m could be spent during his term. He was therefore, revising the amount set aside to £0.250m and the profile of this spending would change to later years.

Supporting Document

Police and Crime Commissioner's Prevention Fund - Round 4 Successful Bids

In his Commissioning Framework for 2017/18, the Police and Crime Commissioner set aside funding for a grants programme, named the Police and Crime Commissioner's Prevention Fund. The fund set aside is up to £250,000 for the year and the purpose is to support the achievement of the objectives within the Police and Crime Plan.

The Prevention Fund is a rolling grants programme throughout the year and bid applications will be considered by the PCC on a monthly basis.

During Round 4, the PCC received 10 bid applications. All applications were assessed in line with the Prevention Fund Grant criteria and on the 16.10.2017 all applications were presented to the PCC for consideration and approval.  The PCC reviewed these applications together with the officers present and the PCC agreed to fund 2 of the bid applications.

Supporting Document

Substance Misuse Recover Hub

The Anchor Centre is being recommissioned as a Recovery Hub for street drinkers at the new city centre location which has recently been approved in Hill Street.  Leicester City Council are paying for the majority of the costs and we are continuing to partner with them in funding this service.

Supporting Document

Award of Contract for Integrated Communications Control System (ICCS)

The Emergency Services Network (ESN) is a Home Office mandated programme for the replacement of Airwave with the next generation integrated critical voice and broadband data services for the 3 emergency services.

Integrated Communications Control System (ICCS) systems are an essential component to the smooth running of Police Control Rooms, freeing Contact Management staff from the complexity of managing communications so that they concentrate on responding to the public. ICCS systems will have to be updated to allow Control Room colleagues to communicate on both Airwave and ESN.

Supporting Document

Victim First and Associated Contracts - contract extension to 30 June 2018

The Victim First service was tendered as a 26 month contract and awarded to Catch 22 ending on 30th September 2017.
In May 2017, the contract was extended by 6 months up until 31st March 2018 (Decision Record EXE0013/17 refers) to enable the PCC to consider whether to deliver the service in-house or to procure from an external organisation.

Supporting Document

The use of BER to support policing numbers in 2018/19

At the Strategic Assurance Board (SAB) on the 20 July 2017, there was discussion regarding the forecast shortfall and the potential implication on police officer recruitment.   In advance of the Police Finance Settlement in December 2017 and full implications of Police Officer and Staff Pay Settlements, sufficient savings to meet the funding the shortfall for 2018/19 have not been identified

Supporting Document

Job Evaluation Scheme - Treatment of 2017/18 Budget Variances

The Job Evaluation Scheme project was due to conclude in 2017/18 and the base budget provides for growth in the overall staff pay bill of £1.04m. This was calculated on the basis that the scheme would be implemented in July 2018.

Supporting Document

Police and Crime Commissioner's Prevention Fund - Round 3 Successful Bids

In his Commissioning Framework for 2017/18, the Police and Crime Commissioner set aside funding for a grants programme, named the Police and Crime Commissioner's Prevention Fund. The fund set aside is up to £250,000 for the year and the purpose is to support the achievement of the objectives within the Police and Crime Plan.
The Prevention Fund is a rolling grants programme throughout the year and bid applications will be considered by the PCC on a monthly basis.

Supporting Document

Police Property Act - Transfer of balance for use on PCC Prevention Fund Grants

The Police (Property) Act 1897, as amended by the Police (Property) Act 1997 allows regulations to be made in relation to the disposal of property that has come into Police possession. This is where it is in connection with their investigations, where the property is unclaimed, perishable, or where it is too expensive or inconvenient to keep.

Supporting Document

Police Property Store

Over the past few years, the Force has undertaken significant work to review and scope the storage requirements of seized evidential property, found property and archive records to ensure they are resilient and futureproof.  Regular updates have been provided by the Project Team to both the JARAP and the Force Change board, at both meetings the PCC is represented.

Supporting Document

Police and Crime Commissioner's Prevention Fund - Round 2 Successful Bids

In his Commissioning Framework for 2017/18, the Police and Crime Commissioner set aside funding for a grants programme, named the Police and Crime Commissioner's Prevention Fund. The fund set aside is up to £250,000 for the year and the purpose is to support the achievement of the objectives within the Police and Crime Plan.
The Prevention Fund is a rolling grants programme throughout the year and bid applications will be considered by the PCC on a monthly basis.

Supporting Document

Claim for Financial Contribution

Until 1994, arrangements for insurance for Leicestershire Police were made by Leicestershire County Council (LCC). The insurance was placed with Municipal Mutual Insurance Company until 1992.  By an agreement dated 22 December 1995 and made pursuant to the Police and Magistrates Courts Act, the liabilities of the LCC in this regard passed to the then Police Authority.  In 1992, Municipal Mutual Insurance encountered financial difficulties and entered into a Scheme of Arrangement with its creditors, with provision for a levy on all former policyholders to assist in meeting the financial obligations of MMI.

Supporting Document

Police and Crime Commissioner's Prevention Fund - Round 1 Successful Bids

In his Commissioning Framework for 2017/18, the Police and Crime Commissioner set aside funding for a grants programme, named the Police and Crime Commissioner's Prevention Fund. The fund set aside is up to £250,000 for the year and the purpose is to support the achievement of the objectives within the Police and Crime Plan.  The Prevention Fund is a rolling grants programme throughout the year and bid applications will be considered by the PCC on a monthly basis.

Supporting Document

PCC's intention with regard to the Governance of the Fire and Rescue Service

The Policing and Crime Act 2017 makes provision for the PCC to take up a role in the governance of Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service.  There are 3 levels of involvement that the PCC could take.

Supporting Document

Early termination of lease at covert building

Following a detailed discussion at the Strategic Assurance Board on the 28/6/16, the PCC approved the Force proposal to progress early termination of the lease of a covert building.

Supporting Document

Provision of housing for victims of modern slavery

Victims of Modern Slavery who come to the attention of the police are short term safeguarded and assessed for acceptance into the National Referral Mechanism (NRM). There is a short period until NRM safe housing can be arranged and this sometimes results in hotel accommodation being used.

Supporting Document

Victim First Contract Extension

The Victim First contract was set up with a 26 month contract awarded to Catch 22.  The contract current end date is 30th September 2017.

The PCC has started the process of considering and designing the replacement provision prior to either implementing this in-house or procuring this from an external organisation.  The timescales are now such that, if a decision was taken to go out to procurement, the OPCC would require a minimum of 9 months to action and implement the service.

Supporting Document

Deed of Variation of Contract for Leadership Management Training

A tender was issued for the training of three modules of the College of Policing Leadership and development training package (the other modules are being delivered in house).

Since awarding the contract, a few variations to the terms and conditions were proposed due to the fact there will be interaction with employees during the duration of the training.

Supporting Document

Award of Contract Selected Medical Practioner Services

Retender of an existing service.

In accordance with the Police Pensions and Police injury Benefit Regulations there is a requirement for each Police Pensions Authority to have access to Selected Medical Practitioner Services.

Supporting Document

Award of contract for Child Independent Sexual Violence Advocate (CHISVA)

this contract replaces the current contact with FreeVa (Free from Violence and Abuse) for the provision of a CHIVSA (Child Independent Sexual Violence Advocate) and part time support worker. The current contract expires on 31 June 2017 with an option to extend.

Supporting Document

Award of Contract for Non Police Vehicle Dispsal to RAW2K Ltd

On behalf of Four Regional Forces (Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Northamptonshire Police). Leicestershire Police as lead force undertook a tender process which was issued and advertised on contract finder and EU Supply to set up a framework for "Non Police Vehicle Disposal" which included scrapping, recycling or sale by public auction of seized, collision damaged and crime related vehicles.

Supporting Document

Approval to Issue a Voluntary Ex Ante Transparency Notice (VEAT)

A number of years ago, Leicestershire Police led a software procurement for Investigatory Powers for 21 police forces in England and Wales. Recent !egislation requires all Law Enforcement Agencies to comply with the Investigatory Powers Act by Quarter 1 2018. 

Supporting Document

Award of Contract for Language Services - Face to Face Interpreters

On behalf of the 8 Forces (Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire and West Mercia), Leicestershire Police undertook a competition for Language Services for the provision of face to face interpreters under the Crown Commercial Services Framework RM1092, Lots 5f and 5g. 

Supporting Document

Medical Services in Custody and Sexual Offence Examinations

Tenders were sought for a new two year contract for Medical Services in Custody from 1/4/17 to 31/3/19 with an option to extend for a further 24 months to 31/3/21. 

Supporting Document

City Safeguarding Boards additional funding 2016/17

The City Council increased their funding requirements for their safeguarding boards during 16/17

Supporting Document

The Police and Crime Commissioner's Commissioning Framework 2017/18

Approve the funding allocations and distributions set out in Appendix 1 (see supporting document)

Supporting Document

Budget and Precept Confirmation 2017/18

To confirm the Budget and Precept for 2017/2018

Supporting Document

Staffing Matter

On the 18/1/17, The Police and Crime Commissioner considered information available to him and made a decision in relation to a staffing matter. 

Supporting Document

Agreement to Opt in to the National Scheme for Auditor Appointments

Current external audit arrangements for Leicestershire and other Public Sector bodies were secured by the Audit Commission and expire at the end of 2017/18.  The external auditors for public sector bodies for 2018/19 onwards have to be appointed before the end of 2017.

 Supporting Document



2016 Decisions


Summary of Decision
Supporting Document


Award of contract for external Forensic Service Provision to the East Midlands Region Police Forces

The purpose of this decision to recommend approval for entering into a regional contract for External Forensic Service Provision to the East Midlands Region (EMR) of police forces represented by EMSOU Forensic Services (EMSOU-FS).

Supporting Document


Body Worn Video Investments

That the PCC approves the Force request for purchase of replacement and additional Body Worn Video equipment of £328,075 based on the operational case and requirements presented by the Force.

Supporting Document


PCC Support to the Project for Conditional Cautioning and Relationship Abuse (CARA)

The OPCC have been working in partnership with the force, the city, county and Rutland councils and the University of Leicester in mapping service provision, identifying gaps and agreeing the desired provision for perpetrators of Domestic Violence.

A unique supplier, the Hampton Trust, has been identified which brings an opportunity to undertake a pilot for a mandatory out of court disposal for perpetrators of a domestic violence related offence -Conditional Cautioning And Relationship Abuse (known as project CARA).

Supporting Document


Decision to approve additional funding to invest in prevention and detection of hate crime

Following the EU Referendum, the Police and Crime Commissioner has highlighted concerns regarding the increase in hate incidents and hate crimes reported across the UK.

The Police and Crime Commissioner has sought and received regular updates from the Force in terms of hate crimes and incidences and the measures taken to increase the awareness, reporting and investigation of these hidden crimes. Additionally, the Police and Crime Commissioner has provided regular updates to the Police and Crime Panel since June 2016.

The Police and Crime Commissioner met with the Force Hate crime officer on a number of occasions to discuss how these additional needs could be met and this Decision Record outlines his intention to provide additional investment in this area.


Supporting Document


Funding from Reserves for resourcing of the Change Team in 2017/18

Current change team resources have reduced through a number of leavers from the team to seek alternative employment. These vacancies have not been recruited to whilst decisions were made as to the scope of the tri-force collaboration. Now agreement has been reached to progress the tri-force collaboration within agreed boundaries there is a requirement for Leicestershire Police to actively seek to deliver local change to meet demand and budgetary challenges over the next two years as the tri force activity is unlikely to see any significant changes or savings in this time.

Supporting Document


Building works following flood of Admin 2

A flood in the Administration 2 building at FHQ on the 17th of October caused considerable damage to the building and contents and is subject to an insurance claim.

Administration 2 has not been refurbished from its construction in the 1980s and was not only looking very tired, but is based on a cellular office design which is very inefficient for modern policing. Additionally, an open plan lay out would also allow the Force to accommodate more staff in the same footprint.

Supporting Document


Deputy Chief Executive Responsibilities

During a review of the OPCC Office Structure, it became apparent that resilience is built in to the existing office structure to cover the statutory roles of Monitoring Officer (MO) and Chief Finance Officer (CFO). The roles of Deputy MO and CFO are contained within the job descriptions for nominated roles, however, there is not a nominated Deputy in respect of the Chief Executive function.

Supporting Document


Financial Support to Eforensic dept

The requirement for Eforensic services has increased year on year as the prevalence of digital media devices in society presents investigators with opportunities to seek and secure information and evidence. This is compounded by the bigger capacity of devices to store information and their increased complexity. Offences that are committed by utilising the internet are increasing, particularly the sharing of indecent images of children, which represents the majority of the workload of Eforensics.

Supporting Document


Appointment of Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner

The Commissioner has decided to appoint Cllr Kirk Master to Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner. Cllr Master has declared that to his belief he is eligible for this appointment and that he is not subject to a relevant disqualification.

Supporting Document

EXE 0005/16

Budget and Precept 2016/17

Following confirmation by local authorities ('billing authorities') of their council tax base and collection fund surplus/deficit figures, the decision requested is to:

a.     Re-confirm the Band D Precept (unchanged)
b.    Re-confirm the budget and precept proposals (unchanged)

Supporting Document

EXE 0004/16     

To approve the Proof of Concept for taking forward the Strategic Alliance of the Three Forces

At the meeting of the Strategic Alliance Programme Board, held on Thursday 17m December 2015 at Leicestershire Police Force Headquarters, the Design Authority (DA) presented to the six sponsors (PCCs and CCs of Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire) a Proof of Concept Proposal for taking forward a Strategic Alliance of the three forces.

Supporting Document

EXE 0003/16

Proposed sale of Coalville Police Station and shared accomodation with Leicestershire & Rutland Fire Service

As part of the original Estates Strategy (which covers 2010-2030), it was decided that Coalville Police Station should be replaced. The existing building is considerably
oversized for modern policing, in very poor condition and is costing over £100K pa to run.

Supporting Document

EXE 0002/16

Sale of Welford Road Police Station

In line with the Force Estates Strategy (which covers 2010-2030} and savings plan, and taking into consideration the operational requirements including the changes from the Edison operational policing delivery model, the Force Executive Group has recommended that the property is no longer operationally required.

Supporting Document

EXE 0001/16

Substance Misuse Commissioning

The OPCC's commissioning arrangements for substance misuse treatment provision are coming to an end across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR). As such, the OPCC has entered into commissioning arrangements with Leicester City Council, Leicestershire County Council and NHS England (North) for the procuring of a single Substance Misuse Treatment Service (SMTS) to commence on the 151 July 2016. 

Supporting Document


2015 Decisions


Summary of Decision
Supporting Document

EXE 0001/15

Budget and Precept 2015/16

The PCC has a duty to set the precept for policing each financial year. Accompanying report sets out the financial challenge the results of the public consultation

Supporting Document

EXE 0002/15

Transfer of Funding

The transfer to support the direction and services provided by the new Victim First arrangements and to enable the commissioning capacity in this area to be increased which will make a difference to the most vulnerable in society

Supporting Document

EXE 0003/15

Custody Detention Officer Proposal

Approval to outsource the functions of Civilian Detention Officers of both Leicestershire and Northamptonshire

Supporting Document

EXE 0004/15

Ex-gratia payment  

An opportunity has been identified to jointly commission a mental health training pilot scheme for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland

Not for publication - Personal information

EXE 0005/15

Mental Health First Aid Training

Through the training priority of the Mental Health Partnership Sub Group an opportunity has been identified to jointly commission a mental health pilot scheme for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR)

Supporting Document

EXE 0008/15 

Complaint Against the Chief Constable 

Supporting Information 

EXE 0009/15

Police and Crime Commissioning Framework 2015-17 refresh for 2016-17

The Police and Crime Plan outlines four  key themes and a number of strategic priorities which provides a clear direction for allocating the available budget to maximum effect. The Commissioning Framework 2015-17 sets out our spending intentions for 2015-16 and expected figures for 2016/17 against that plan. A refresh for 2016/17 has been produced to both confirm/alter expected figures and set out further investments in response to strategic developments.

Supporting Document


2014 Decisions


Summary of Decision                                                                                                      

EXE 0016/14

Decision to proceed with purchase of discreet building

On the basis of further work it is proposed that the purchase go ahead as planned

Supporting Document

EXE 0015/14

Sale of land at Melton Mowbray - part of former Melton Mowbray Police Station

When the former police station was sold part of the site was retained for access purposes to land and buildings owned by the County Council.  The Council has now declared that such land and buildings are surplus to their requirements.

Supporting Document

EXE 0014/14

Sale of Syston Police Station

In line with the Estates Strategy and the implementation of the force's change programme "Project Edison", the force has recommended that Syston Police Station, within the Charnwood District, should be earmarked for sale.

Supporting Document

EXE 0013/14

Purchase of Discreeet Building to support Regional and National Collaboration

Approval to purchase additional discreet building

Supporting Document

EXE 0012/14

Replacement Finance System

Approval of a new finance system

Supporting Document

EXE 0011/14

PCC Grant 2015/16

To approve the funding allocations and distributions for the PCC Grant as set out

Supporting Document

EXE 0010/14

Future Arrangements for Police Staff Pay and T&C

PCC Approval for the development of a full business case for future arrangements

Supporting Document

EXE 0009/14

Job Evaluation Scheme

PCC Support to progress implementation of a new Job Evaluation Scheme

Supporting Document

EXE 0008/14

Commissioning Framework 2014/17

Approval of the revised Commissioning Framework 2014/17

Supporting Document

EXE 0007/14

Budget and Precept

Following the confirmation by local authorities of their council tax base and council tax surplus decision to amend the budget and precept proposals submitted to the Police and Crime Panel on 27 January 2014 to reflect the final information

Supporting Document

EXE 0006/14

Voluntary Redundancy Scheme

Approval of the decision regarding voluntary redundancies

Supporting Document

EXE 0005/14

Partnership Locality Fund 2014/15

To approve the funding allocations set out

Supporting Document

EXE 0004/14

PCC Grant 2014/15

To approve the funding allocations and distributions for the PCC Grant as set out

Supporting Document

EXE 0003/14

Scheme of Corporate Governance

Approval of Scheme which has been updated to relect changes from the Stage 2 Transfer

Supporting Document

EXE 0002/14

Volunteers Project Team Funding

Support from PCC to formulise the funding for the project team 2014/2015 to 2016/2017
to deliver the volunteers strategy

Supporting Document

EXE 0001/14

Proposed leasing arrangements for a property within the Force policing area

Approval of the terms of the leasing agreement for the property

Supporting Document


2013 Decisions

Summary of Decision               
Supporting Document

EXE 0027/13

Community Resolution and Warning Zone

The PCC approves the BCU being allocated £100k to fund initiatives which will assist
the PCP in achieving the Police and Crime Plan objectives

Supporting Document

EXE 0026/13

New Parks and Belgrave Police Stations

PCC approval for the sale of New Parks Police Station to Leicester City Council (187,500)
and the use of an office in the Belgrave Neighbourhood Centre for a period of 5 years for
a capital sum of £10,000

Supporting Document

EXE 0025/13 

PCC Partner Funding

PCC approves the allocation of £2.9m Community Safety Fund via Commissioning
Intentions including the use of the Budget Equalisation Reserve to support those
Intentions and the Police and Crime Plan

Supporting Document  

EXE 0024/13

Restructure of RPU and TSG - Estates

The PCC approves the business case to merge the Roads Policing Unit and the
Tactical Support Group.  The building works (£320k) be funded through the Budget
Equalisation Reserve

Supporting Document

EXE 0023/13

Anti-Social Behaviour - Sentinal Project Manager

The PCC approves up to £10,000 from the Community Safety Fund towards the cost of
the Sentinel Project Manager psot for 2013/14, with partners providing the remainder
of the funding

Supporting Document

EXE  0022/13

Extension of Internal Audit Contract to 31 March 2015

The PCC approves the extension of the internal audit contract to RSM Tenon until
31 March 2015

Supporting Document

EXE 0021/13

Voluntary Redundancy Scheme

The PCC approves that a voluntary redundancy scheme be offered to staff on the same
conditions as the compulsory redundancy terms with no added incentives

Supporting Document

EXE 0020/13

Consolidation of Reserves

The PCC approved that reserves be consolidated and £747,000 be moved to the
General Fund and £1.733m to the budget Equalisation Reserve

Supporting Document

EXE 0019/13

Hinckley Police Station

The PCC approves the sale of Hinckley Police Station on the terms outlined in the

Supporting Document

EXE 0018/13

New Parks and Belgrave Police Stations

PCC's agreement of the terms for the sale of New Parks and Belgrave Police

Supporting Document

EXE 0017/13

Recovery of Legal Defence Costs

PCC approval for the reimbursement of legal costs incurred in the support of two
officers against whom legal action was taken

Supporting Document

EXE 0016/13

Corporate governance Framework

Approval of the governance of both OPCC and OCC and the relationship between the
two.  Revised version from that amended on 6 December 2012

Supporting Document

EXE 0015/13

Whisteblowing Procedure

PCC approves the policy that allows personnel, who have serious concerns about
any aspect of their work, to be able to come forward and voice their concerns

Supporting Document

EXE 0014/13

Supporting Victims of ASB/Hate Incidents

The PCC approves the BCU to fund the supporting victims of ASB/Hate Crime incidents
through the £100k allocated to the Bill for 2013/14

Supporting Document

EXE 0013/13

Budget for the replacement of Loughborough Police Station

The PCC approves to increase the budget from £3.6m to £4m for the rebuilding
of Loughborough Police Station

Supporting Document

EXE 0012/13

E-Commerce - South West Consortium

The PCC approves the joining of the South West E-Commerce Consortium of 23
forces and agreement to implement the first e-commerce module of firearms

Supporting Document

EXE 0011/13

Regional Collaboration - Fraud and Financial Investigations

The PCC approves the creation of a Fraud and Financial Investigation Unit

Supporting Document

EXE 0010/13

Amendments to 2013/14 Budget and Precept

To enact the approved adjustments to the 2013/14 budget and precept proposals.  To
set aside £97.7k for council tax support transition grant to the Budget Equalisation

Supporting Document

EXE 0009/13

Delegation to Chief Executive

The PCC approves delegations to the CEO in order that the OPCC can continue to
operate in the absence of the PCC

Supporting Document



2012 Decisions

Summary of Decision                                                                                        
Supporting Document

EXE 0008/12

East Midlands Police Collaboration - Finances

Approval of investment business cases, revenue budget proposals for the 2013/14
financial year and budget requirements for later years, along with capital spending and
financing plans to be reviewed, re-presented to the Board in due course

Supporting Document

EXE 0007/12

Sale of Property

The PCC approved the offer made on a property to be sold that was surplus to

Supporting Document

EXE 0006/12

Provision of Legal Services

The PCC has decided that this will be provided by East Midlands Legal Support Unit

Supporting Document

EXE 0005/12

Consultation and Engagement

The PCC has decided that this will be undertaken by the Force's Corporate Services
Department, with commissioning, governance and performance being directed by

Supporting Document

EXE 0004/12

Scrutiny and Monitoring of Complaints

The PCC has chosen to receive a quarterly monitoring report from the Chief
Constable.  The PCC will himself undertake dip sampling of complaints

Supporting Document 

EXE 0003/12

Provision of Independent Custody Visiting Scheme

The PCC has chosen to retain the management of the Independent Custody Visiting
Scheme within his office

Supporting Document

EXE 0002/12


The PCC has chosen to operate a separate website to that of the Chief Constable.
The address will be www.leics.pcc.police.uk

Supporting Document

EXE 0001/12

Promotion and Branding

The PCC was provided with a number of options for promotion and branding and
has chosen to operate separately as 'Police and Crime Commissioner for
Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland'

Supporting Document