• Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner for Cambridge

Transparency Information

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner has a responsibility to make certain transparency information available to the public, as detailed within the Elected Local Policing Bodies Information Order 2011 (2011 No. 3050), and the subsequent Amendment Order 2012 (2012 No. 2479).

On this page you can find details of our governance arrangements for as disclosure information, and our complaints procedures. Financial information can be found under the Money section, here.

Could you find what you were looking for? If the information you were looking for was not easy to find, please email us on cambs-pcc@cambs.pnn.police.uk.

  • Gender pay gap

    04 April 18

    Gender pay gap report – As at 31 March 2017   The Equality Act 2010 requires organisations employing 250 or more people to carry out Gender Pay Reporting The Office Read more

  • Governance Information

    04 April 18

    Information relating to the governance of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner

  • Staff

    06 April 18

    Support to the Commissioner and his Deputy is provided by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, which currently comprises: *Chief Executive (0.9 fte) *Director of Finance / Deputy Chief Executive (0.5 Read more

  • Disclosure Information

    22 February 18

    All documents relating to information disclosure – updated 20th February 2018

  • Gifts and Hospitality Register

    05 March 18

    The Gifts and Hospitality Register details the nature of the gift or hospitality, to whom it was made and whether it was accepted or rejected.

  • Staff Equality & Diversity Information

    04 April 18

    Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner staff will comply with and ensure that those who we support adhere to guidelines set out in the public sector Equality Duty, which will “consider Read more

  • Qualifying Disclosures / Whistle-blowing

    15 September 15

    The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner will adhere to Section 43B of the Employment Rights Act 1996 and actively encourage a qualifying disclosures (ie, “whistle-blowing” of incidents) culture Read more

  • Complaints and Conduct

    04 April 18

    The Police and Crime Commissioner has a duty to be open, transparent and accountable.  It is essential to ensure that the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner handles complaints Read more

  • Records Management, Data Protection and Subject Access

    28 April 16

    How we use personal information The Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner takes Data Protection very seriously and takes great care to ensure that personal information is handled appropriately. The use Read more