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Decisions of public interest

Details of the decisions agreed by the Commissioner in exercising their duties are published here.

A Decisions Policy has been created to provide clarity of the role and expectations of all involved in the process to ensure that any decision reached by the Commissioner is done so in an open and transparent way to the communities of Hampshire and Isle of Wight.

Reference Number Decision Title
000617 000617

Award of Catering Contract

Approved, after a competitive procurement process using a relevant Framework, the OPCC entering into a contract for catering services across four sites within the police estate with Baxster Storey Limited for the next three years (2021-24). Download PDF
000625 000625

Purchase of advanced first aid equipment for 20 Hampshire Joint Operations Unit Dog Section vehicles

Approved recommendation that Hampshire Constabulary fund £22,302 to the Joint Operations Unit Dog Section to allow for the purchase of advanced First Aid equipment for all 20 Hampshire JOU Dog Section vehicles. The PCC agrees that, if at year end funding the above sum would cause the Constabulary to have a budget deficit, that the £22,302 sum would be funded from the general fund reserve. Download PDF
000626 000626

OPCC and Hampshire Constabulary Outturn 2020/21

Approved the OPCC and Hampshire Constabulary outturn position as at the end of the 2020/21 financial year and recommendations for carry forwards and the use of underspend. Download PDF
000627 000627

Integrated Offender Management (IOM) in Portsmouth

Approved funding award to Portsmouth City Council’s Public Health Service the sum of £47,000 per year for four years from April 2022 from the Safer Communities Fund (SCF) towards Portsmouth City Council’s substance misuse contract. The Police and Crime Commissioner’s contribution supports the Criminal Justice Integrated Offender Management element within this. Download PDF
000628 000628

Safer Streets Fund – delivery of practical change to design out crime affecting vulnerable communities in Basingstoke and Portsmouth

Approved delivery of Safer Streets schemes – practical change to design out crime affecting vulnerable communities - in Basingstoke and Portsmouth in the total sum of £818,930. Download PDF

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