Procurement and Contracts

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Expression of Interests

Lancashire Victim Services – Future Tendering Opportunity

In meeting its obligations to the Ministry of Justice and in line with the priorities of the Police and Crime Commissioner, we will be looking to commission services that support to victims of crime, whether or not they chose to report this to the Police.   The full specification and model design is still in development however, this could potentially include triage, individual assessment of needs and risk, needs-led provision of emotional and practical support, support with the criminal justice process and advocacy. It would provide an enhanced service to those entitled under the Victim’s Code of Practice. The service would potentially incorporate support for survivors of domestic abuse and sexual abuse or sexual assault, including Independent Domestic Violence Advisor and Independent Sexual Violence Advisor services.

The Commissioner is intending to undertake a market engagement event on Thursday 4th July 2024 via MS Teams, more information can be found in the document below.

Victims Contract- Future Tendering Opportunity

Tendering procedures

Please use the link below to view the PCC Scheme of Governance/Consent relating to tendering procedures used by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire.

A guide to tendering procedures – PCC Scheme of Governance/Consent

Procurement Strategy

The aims of the Procurement Strategy are to ensure that we achieve value for money, whilst promoting the local economy where practicable and to ensure that the Constabulary is equipped to meet its operational needs whilst ensuring that the Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner are not exposed to unnecessary risk.

Social Value Policy

The Social Value Policy outlines what both the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire (OPCC) and the Lancashire Constabulary are seeking to achieve for Lancashire’s residents and communities through social value. View the full Social Value Policy.

Statement of Intent – Modern Slavery

The Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the Act) came into force in July 2015 and it consolidates previous offences relating to slavery and human trafficking. It includes a provision for transparency in supply chains that requires all businesses with an annual turnover of £36 million or more to disclose, in an annual slavery and human trafficking statement on their website, what steps they have taken during the financial year to ensure their business and supply chains are slavery-free. For further information a round this please refer to our statement of intent.

Contracts awarded

Information about contracts awarded can be found on our contacts page. This includes contracts over and under £10,000.


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