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Specified Information Order

Here is a list of all the information which a police and crime commissioner is required to publish. Each item includes a link to the relevant page or download holding the required information.

The Elected Local Policing Bodies (Specified Information) (Amendment) Order 2011 (2011/3050) came into force on 16 January 2012. The original Order was subsequently amended by two further Orders (2012/2479 and 2013/1816).

The Order (as amended) specifies information which must be published by elected local policing bodies.

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Information item

2A. In relation to –

(a) the duty of the chief officer of the police force maintained by the elected local policing body to provide assistance to the body under section 2(5) or 4(5) of the 2011 Act; and

(b) the power of a local authority to provide administrative, professional or technical services to the elected local policing body under section 1(1) of the Local Authorities (Goods and Services) Act 1970

Information as to any arrangements for use by the elected local policing body of the staff of the chief officer or of a local authority under those provisions.

3. Income & expenditure of the elected local policing body

a) the total budget of the elected local policing body;
(for previous years see this link)

b) where the elected local policing body is a police and crime commissioner, the precept issued by the commissioner;

c) information as to each anticipated source of revenue of the elected local policing body (other than, in the case of a police and crime commissioner, the precept);

d) information as to the proposed expenditure of the elected local policing body;

e) a copy of the annual investment strategy of the elected local policing body;

f) information as to each crime and disorder reduction grant made by the elected local policing body, including the conditions (if any) attached to the grant, the recipient of the grant, the purpose of the grant and the reasons why the body considered that the grant would secure, or contribute to securing, crime and disorder reduction in the body’s area;

(g) information as to each item of expenditure of
(i) the elected local policing body, or
(ii) the chief officer of the police force maintained by the body, exceeding £500 (other than a crime and disorder reduction grant made by the elected local policing body), including the recipient of the funds, the purpose of the expenditure and the reasons why the body or the chief officer (as the case may be) considered that good value for money would be obtained.

(h) information as to each item of expenditure of the elected local policing body in relation to travel by, accommodation for, or the subsistence of, a relevant office holder, including the recipient of the funds, the purpose of the expenditure and the reasons why the elected local policing body considered that good value for money would be obtained.

8. Independent Custody Visitor arrangements made under section 51 of the Police Reform Act 2002(a)

9. National policing priorities

(a) reflections on force performance and how the force has contributed towards the delivery of the national measures, including contextual information that might help explain that contribution [to be provided]

(b) a summary of planned action for the next quarter to drive the force’s performance against applicable measures [to be provided]

(c) an explanation of which of the Measures are assessed to be applicable and which are not applicable in the local context, including the reasons for that assessment [to be provided]

11. Complaints

(a) the most recent IOPC quarterly complaints data for their force and the IOPC annual statistics report;

(b) statement setting out how the PCC is holding the chief officer to account, and the PCC’s assessment of their own performance in carrying out their other complaints handling functions. [to be provided]

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