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629 Decisions of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent from All Years
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.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has monitored the Animal Welfare Scheme minutes from the 8th January 2013 and is satisfied with progress.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has approved the implementation of a dip-sampling procedure for stop and search.
The Police and Criminal Evidence (PACE) Code A 5.4 requires the Force and Commissioner to make arrangements for records to be scrutinised by representatives of the community. A stop and search dip sampling group will be established and a summary of results published following each meeting.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has decided not to proceed with the Multi-Force Shared Service Project.
The Commissioner received a business case on the feasability of entering into a partnership arrangement relating to the provision of an integrated finance and resources system. After discussion with Chief Officers and weighing up other options available, the Commissioner has decided not to progress with the Cheshire and Northamptonshire collaborative arrangement. Other options are currently being researched.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has agreed to the collaboration principles operating within the Force and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.
The Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act places a statutory responsibility on policing bodies to collaborate. It is requested that the Commissioner approve the adoption of the joint Force and Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner collaboration strategy.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has monitored the progress on the Staying Ahead Programme, Phase 6 and work to develop Phase 7.
The Commissioner has monitored progress of the Staying Ahead Programme, as of the 31st December 2012, £33.880 million of savings schemes had been identified. Of these identified schemes £23.242 million have been delivered with £10.638 million of identified savings still outstanding.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has approved the request to receive Home Office funding to enable Gwent Police to enhance capability of its workflow tool used for requesting communications data.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has been informed that the Chief Constable has suspended the use of A19 from 1st February 2013, subject to a 6 monthly review by the Deputy Chief Constable.