Policies

Policy

Governance Statements

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

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Whistleblowing

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 for all employees. It is the responsibility of all staff members to ensure that they report any concern or issue that they may have. Where […]

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Complaints and Conduct

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 (against the PCC or Cambridgeshire Constabulary police and/or staff) appropriately to ensure that service users feel confident that their complaints are heard, considered and acted […]

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Records Management and Data Protection

We will use your information in a manner that conforms to the Data Protection Act and will endeavour to keep it accurate and up-to-date, for no longer than is necessary and in accordance with our Information Retention and Disposal Policy. The Information Retention and Disposal Policy can be found here The Office of the Police and […]

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