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Decisions

Statement on decision making

Read the Commissioner’s statement on Decision Making to find out;

  • Who makes decisions
  • How you can find out what is being considered
  • How can find out about decisions that have been taken
  • About rules relating to the business and the proceedings of the Commissioner
  • Who you can contact for further information

Details about decisions made in the current quarter can be found in the table below.

You can view previous decisions by accessing the decision archive to the right.

Decision Ref:

Issue:

Delegated Decisions

Decision:

The PCC has noted the decisions and actions undertaken or proposed to be undertaken by officers of the PCC in accordance with the Scheme of Delegation.

Date of Decision:

5th September 2022

Decision Papers/Reason for Restricted

Decision

Decision Maker:

PCC

Decision Ref:

2022/18

Issue:

Safer Lancashire Neighbourhood Fund Police Innovation Fund

Decision:

The Commissioner has approved the allocation of £49,691.57 for the two projects outlined in Appendix A

Date of Decision:

1st September 2022

Decision Papers/Reason for Restricted

Decision

Decision Maker:

PCC

Decision Ref:

2022/17

Issue:

Data Protection Officer Annual Report 2020/21

Decision:

The Police and Crime Commissioner has considered the first Data Protection Annual Report for his office and has provided feedback as necessary.

Date of Decision:

24th August 2022

Decision Papers/Reason for Restricted

Decision

Decision Maker:

PCC

Decision Ref:

2022/16

Issue:

Settlement Agreement

Decision:

The Police and Crime Commissioner has approved a Settlement Agreement

Date of Decision:

22nd August 2022

Decision Papers/Reason for Restricted

RESTRICTED - This decision contains information which relates to or includes personal information, financial interests of the Police and Crime Commissioner or any other person or company

Decision Maker:

PCC

Decision Ref:

2022/15

Issue:

Indemnity Wording for Legally Qualified Chairs (LQCS) and Independent Panel Members (IPMS) for Misconduct Hearings

Decision:

The Police and Crime Commissioner has agreed to indemnify Legally Qualified Chairs and Independent Members of misconduct hearings in line with the wording set out in the report now presented for a two-year period from the 1 January 2022 or until such a time as a permanent solution is agreed by the Home Office and clarified by the APCC, whichever is the sooner.

Date of Decision:

16th August 2022

Decision Papers/Reason for Restricted

Decision

Decision Maker:

PCC

Decision Ref:

2022/14

Issue:

Safer Lancashire Neighbourhoods Fund Police Innovation Fund

Decision:

The Police and Crime Commissioner has approved the allocation of £2,200 for the Fylde Poaching Project outlined in Appendix A

Date of Decision:

29th July 2022

Decision Papers/Reason for Restricted

Decision Appendix A

Decision Maker:

PCC

Decision Ref:

2022/13

Issue:

Joint Audit & Ethics Committee Membership

Decision:

The Police and Crime Commissioner and the Chief Constable have agreed to extend the appointment of the three Members for a further 12 months on the same terms.

Date of Decision:

25th July 2022

Decision Papers/Reason for Restricted

Decision

Decision Maker:

PCC

Decision Ref:

2022/12

Issue:

MoJ DA/SV and IDVA & ISVA Fund Allocations

Decision:

The Police and Crime Commissioner has:

1. Approved the allocation of three-year funding to the organisations listed in appendix A for the provision of support to victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence
2. Noted the organisations who submitted unsuccessful bids for this funding, listed in Appendix A
3. Noted the MoJ's decision to award IDVA funding to five organisations for a period of three years

Date of Decision:

19th July 2022

Decision Papers/Reason for Restricted

Decision Appendix A

Decision Maker:

PCC
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