Decisions Logs for ALL
626 Decisions of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent from All Years
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has approved the Information Communication Technology (ICT) Strategy and has monitored the developments in the ICT services provided by the Shared Resource Service (SRS).
The ICT Stratgy will be delivered through an operational plan which will be monitored through the SRS Board and the Staying Ahead ICT Delivery Board.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has monitored force people issues relating to attendance management, medical retirements and exit interview.
The Commissioner is satisfied that the Force is focussing on reducing absence rates amongst police officers and police staff.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has monitored progress with the completion of the Due Diligence Checklist and is satisfied with progress.
The transition arrangements from Police Authoruty to Police and Crime Commissioner necessitated planning and redesign of processes to address the responsibilitied established within the Police Act. As part of this process a checklist was adopted to ensure due diligence was provided to the transfer of assets and liabilities.
The Commissioner has requested that all outstanding issues are completed by the 31st March 2013.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent requested a report on the vetting of Police Officers, Police Staff and non police personnel as part of his responsibility to hold the Chief Constable to account for the provision of an efficient and effective po
The Commissioner has monitored the current position regarding vetting and has requested that a further report is provided in 6 months time to provide an update on progress of all areas.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has monitored the overall performance of the Force and is satisfied with progress.
As part of the Commissoners monitoring duties under section 17 of the Policing Protocol Order 2011, the overall performance of the Force has been monitored.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has confirmed the Police and Crime Budget for 2013-14 as proposed in the submission to the Gwent Police and Crime Panel on the 11th January 2013.
The Commissioner is required to determine the budget for 2013-14 and then set the council tax precept in consultation with the Police and Crime Panel. The proposals were endorsed by the Panel on the 11th January 2013.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has considered the Strategic Policing Requirement (SPR) and has had regard to its implications in the draft Police and Crime Plan
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has approved the Treasury Management Strategy for 2013-14 and the Treasury Management Practices.
Treasury Management covers borrowing, investing, banking and cash flow management.
The Commissioner is required to adopt and comply with the CIPFA Prudential Code for Capital Finance in Local Authorities and the CIPFA Code of Practice on Treasury Management. The Treasury Management Strategy 2013-14 to 2015-16 and the Treasury Management Practices have been agreed in order to comply with the codes.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has agreed to the Head Office Concept and to progress with the relocation of head office services, including the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner to to Vantage Point, Cwmbran.
After assessing value for money, the Commissioner has agreed to the relocation of head office services to Vantage Point, Cwmbran. The Commissioner has agreed with the Chief Constable to review the timeline of neighbourhood reprovision whilst the decommissioning of headquarters progresses throughout 2013. All decisions made will be the most suitable for the communities concerned.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has monitored the Indpendent Custody Visiting Scheme minutes from the meeting on the 17th December 2012 and is satisfied with progress.
The Independent Custody Visiting Scheme is a statutory Scheme under the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act Part 3 Section 299 whose responsibility and oversight lies with the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, in consultation with the Chief Constable.