The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC)/Constabulary received Home Office Innovation Funding in 2016-18 to establish a new approach to out of court disposals. This approach was refreshed at the end of 2019 with the establishment of the Constabulary’s Out of Court Diversion Suite. The Constabulary’s approach is in line with national guidance […]
7Force Procurement undertook a tender process for the refurbishment of the Police Station and this has been awarded to a single contractor. The contract is for over £0.5m which requires a decision notice to be signed by the Commissioner.
7Force Procurement undertook a Procurement tender process for waste management services across 7Force and have awarded the contract to a single contractor. The new agreement has a standardised specification, consolidation management information and contract management time saving.
Following discussions at the Acting Police and Crime Commissioner’s Business Coordination board on the 16th March 2021, it was discussed and recommended that the Acting Commissioner would sign the Athena contract extension. The Strategic Athena Management Board (SAMB) tasked the AMO to negotiate the Athena Contract Extension in November 2020. The SAMB recommends that the […]
At the South Cambridgeshire Planning Committee meeting on 10th March the planning application was approved subject to confirmation from the Secretary of State that the application is not to be called in for his determination. This confirmation is expected by 31st March although there is no prescribed response period. Following Secretary of State approval, the […]
Following a consultation on the Modern Slavery Transformation Programme by the Strategic Oversight board, it was agreed to extend the programme until March 2020. The Acting Police and Crime Commissioner was briefed accordingly and it was agreed to the proposal to extend the Transformation programme until March 2020. A requirement of this S22a agreement (2020) […]
The Acting Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner (the “Acting Commissioner”) notified the Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Panel (the “Panel”) under Schedule 1 of the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 (the “Act”) of his proposal to appoint Jim Haylett as Chief Executive and Monitoring Officer for the Cambridgeshire Office of the Police and Crime […]
The Blue Light Commercial agreement (BLC) is an overarching agreement between BLC and each Force setting out the principles and respective roles and responsibilities of the parties to deliver financial and resource savings anticipated by the Home Office (this is referred to as the Purpose in the agreement). Every individual procurement to be undertaken by […]
In accordance with paragraph 2 of Schedule 5 to the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 (the “Act”), the Acting Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner (the “Commissioner”) notified the Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Panel (the “Panel”) of the proposed policing element of the Council Tax for 2021/22 in a report to the Panel dated […]
The ‘Safe Team’ which is part of the county’s Youth Offending Service was set up in 2019 with funding from the Home Office’s Early Intervention Youth Fund. It provides a team of ‘trusted’ professionals to engage with young people with complex needs. The workers support the young people to remove themselves from risky environments and […]