Code of Conduct (as applies to the Police & Crime Commissioner and the Deputy Police & Crime Commissioner)
Code of Conduct for staff within the OPCC
Pre Election Guidance – the OPCC will use this national guidance policy in relation to the pre election period
Information Sharing Protocol (sets out the arrangements for the sharing of information between the Police & Crime Commissioner and the Chief Constable)
Memorandum of Understanding (Services provided by the Chief Constable to the PCC)
Police Officer Pension Forfeiture Policy (sets out the policy to be followed for the forfeiture of police officer pensions)
Scheme of Governance (incorporates scheme of delegation)
Unacceptable contact, correspondence and complaints policy our policy on dealing with abusive, persistent or vexatious calls, contact, correspondence and complaints
Whistleblowing Policy (Incorporates a Statement of handling of qualifying disclosures)
Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs)
No PIAs have been undertaken as part of the development of any of the PCCs policies. The PCC does however consider strategic risks and has an organisational risk register. The risk register is kept under review and subject to scrutiny by the Joint Audit Committee.
In June and December 2018, the Commissioner’s, Formal Holding to Account Meeting with the Chief Constable were broadcast live on Facebook. To watch back and for details of how to get involved in future events click here.
Aside from this, the Commissioner does not currently hold any public meetings. Should this change in the future they will be listed on the events calendar.