In this section, we publish a range of financial information required by law and in the interests of transparency. This includes spending of the Constabulary, PCC and ACRO; the gift and hospitality register; the scheme of delegation; financial regulations; and contracts and standing orders.
Spend over £500 by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire and Hampshire Constabulary
This section lists every item of expenditure over £500 by Hampshire Constabulary and the Police and Crime Commissioner, provided in spreadsheet format. We aim to be as transparent as possible but, in some cases, information which is commercially or operationally sensitive, or which related to individuals such as interpreters or doctors, has been redacted.
- April 2021
- May 2021
- June 2021
- July 2021
- August 2021
- September 2021
- October 2021
- November 2021
- December 2021
- January 2022
- February 2022
- March 2022
- April 2022
- May 2022
- June 2022
- July 2022
- August 2022
- September 2022
- October 2022
- November 2022
- December 2022
- January 2023
- February 2023
Spending in previous years can be found here.
ACPO Criminal Records Office (ACRO)
Spend over £500 can be found at ACRO spending.
Gifts and hospitality
This section provides a register of each offer of a gift or hospitality made to the Commissioner or member of his staff, indicating whether the offer was accepted or refused. The register will be updated as new items are added to it.
Gifts and hospitality register
Scheme of Delegation
To enable the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire and Hampshire Constabulary to operate as effectively and efficiently as possible a Scheme of Delegation [the Scheme] has been created.
The Financial Regulations clarify the overarching financial responsibilities, duties, rights and powers of the Police and Crime Commissioner, the Chief Constable and their officers and provide clarity about the financial accountabilities of groups or individuals.
Contract Standing Orders
These Contract Standing Orders (issued in accordance with section 135 of the 1972 Local Government Act) are intended to promote good purchasing practice and public accountability and deter corruption. Following these Rules remains the best possible defence against allegations that a purchase has been made incorrectly or even fraudulently.
These rules detail the minimum requirements and procedures appropriate for the acquisition and disposal of all goods, services and works undertaken on behalf of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire, in whose title all contracts are let.
A copy of each contract with a value exceeding £10,000 to which the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire or the Chief Constable of Hampshire Constabulary is or is to be a party
Hampshire Constabulary, Police & Crime Commissioner for Hampshire, Hampshire County Council and Hampshire Fire & Rescue Service maintain a shared contract management system providing a single source of contract information.
To view all current contracts please visit the shared Register of Contracts
Other national and regional frameworks which Hampshire Constabulary may procure from are registered on a national database held at www.blpd.gov.uk.
- To view Current Contract information, click on “For a list of current contracts for member authorities please click here”
- To view contract information, utilise the drop down box next to “Organisation”
- Select “Hampshire Constabulary”
- For details on specific contracts, click the link under “Contract Title”
A copy of each invitation to tender issued by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire or the Chief Constable of Hampshire Constabulary in relation to contracts that expect to have a value exceeding £10,000
Hampshire Constabulary, Police & Crime Commissioner for Hampshire, Hampshire County Council and Hampshire Fire & Rescue Service are working together and jointly procure their goods and services.
The link below takes you to the current tendering opportunities for the joint working organisations.