• Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner for Cambridge

Capital funding

16 August 16

Decision:

To approve the funding request for Cambridgeshire Constabulary for:
• £75k for tuServ development work
• £150k for Automatic Number Plate Recognition (“ANPR”) cameras
• Release of funding for the Wide Area Network (“WAN”) capital spending, as approved in principle on Decision Notice CPCC 2016-011, being Infrastructure for BCH – Identity (£9k) and Infrastructure for BCH – Email Archiving (£57k).

Decision Summary:

Following approval by the Force Executive Board and subsequent approval of the capital spend by the Finance Sub Group (“FSG”) on 27 July 2016, the Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner agreed to the funding as set out in the FSG paper, being:

  • £75k for tuServ development work, financed from the ICT Development Reserve.
  • £150k for Automatic Number Plate Recognition (“ANPR”) cameras, further to the approval of an ANPR strategy for 2016-20 across the Joint Protective Services (“JPS”) Strategic Alliance of Bedfordshire Police, Cambridgeshire Constabulary and Hertfordshire Constabulary (“BCH”), to develop consistency, a shared vision and to bring together dispersed work strands, funded from the ICT Development Reserve.

Release of funding for the Wide Area Network (“WAN”) capital spending, as approved in principle on Decision Notice CPCC 2016-011, being Infrastructure for BCH – Identity (£9k) and Infrastructure for BCH – Email Archiving (£57k), released from Organisational Support ICT Infrastructure. Revenue implications of this proposal amount to £17k p.a. for three years, and the provision of additional revenue budget within ICT is also requested and was approved at FSG on 27 July 2016.


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