This information relates to what we spend and how we spend it. The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) defines this as 'financial information relating to projected and actual income and expenditure, tendering, procurement and contracts'.
The statement of accounts, which state the financial position of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner and the constabulary, and includes the Revenue Budget and Capital Programme, will be published annually, after it has been reviewed by the Chief Finance Officer for the Police and Crime Commissioner and presented to the external auditors for audit review. Separate Statements of Accounts are required for the Chief Constable and the Police and Crime Commissioner, and the Police and Crime Commissioner’s accounts are group accounts which include the Chief Constable’s accounts.
This procedure explains the process by which Serious Crime Specialist Support will manage and deploy Family Liaison Coordinators (FLCs) and Officers (FLOs). It should be read in conjunction with the NPIA Family Liaison Guidance 2008, which provides the overarching principles upon which this procedure is based.
This procedure explains the process Hampshire Constabulary uses to share ‘at risk’ information with other agencies as well as the process of notifying the Public Protection Department (PPD) via the Central Referral Unit (CRU) of any allegations which may require action in terms of a child being a victim of crime and/or abuse or a witness (a referral).
In some circumstances misconduct by police officers or police staff, whilst not meeting the criminal threshold for Covert policing tactics under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000, RIPA, is such that there is a positive duty for the service to act.
Hampshire Constabulary is committed to maintaining professional standards through effective leadership. This procedure sets out the circumstances in which such techniques may be authorised by way of ‘executive’ rather than ‘statutory’ authority.
This policy states how Hampshire Constabulary, in partnership with other agencies, will identify and manage offenders who fall within the Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA).
It should be read in conjunction with the NPCC endorsed MAPPA Guidance 2012 and the College of Policing Guidance on Protecting the Public which provides the overarching principles upon which this policy is based.