Decisions containing confidential information are not publicly available. A brief explanation of the nature of each is provided.
2013-1 Confidential Decision
The Police and Crime Commissioner made a decision in relation to outstanding claims and liabilities on individual staff members relating to Pensions.
2013-3 – Confidential Decision
The PCC has approved the deployment of an officer to a United Kingdom Football Policing Unit (UKFPU) policing operation at San Marino v England World Cup qualifying fixture on 22/03/2013.
2013-8 Lease Changes
A number of Police Estates leases have been reviewed and the changes agreed by the Head of Staff, under delegated powers, on behalf of the PCC.
2013-9 Exemption to Contract Standing Orders
The PCC agreed on 8th April 2013, to the exemption from Contract Standing Orders for a year’s contract with an energy agent.
2013-10 Insurance Provision
The Head of Staff (under delegated powers from the PCC) signed on 12th April, a contract in relation to insurance services.
2013-11 Early Release of Chief Constable / Appointment of Temporary Chief Constable
The Chief Constable, Mr P Gormley, has been offered and has accepted the role of Deputy Director of the new to be established National Crime Agency (NCA). It will only formally vest on 6th October 2013. Therefore he will be seconded to the Home Office meantime. The shadow organisation has requested early release of Mr Gormley from his contractual period of notice. The PCC has agreed to that, and determined Temporary appointments to cover pro tem. He has also authorised the Head of Staff in OPCCN to negotiate the secondment and make any other consequential amendments/new provisions to facilitate the changes. Because these relate to personal contractual details, the precise nature of these are confidential/restricted.
2013-12 Exemption from Contract Standing Orders
The Head of Staff, under delegated powers from The PCC agreed on 9th May 2013, to the exemption from Contract Standing Orders in order to procure a Health Needs Assessment and to create a User Requirement Specification in relation to Forensic Medical Services.
2013-15 Confidential Decision
The PCC, Stephen Bett, has approved/signed a revised contract of employment for the ACO(R) consequent on a revised role allocation following a new S22A collaboration agreement between Suffolk and Norfolk.
2013/20 – Confidential Decision
The Head of Staff, under delegated powers from the PCC, has agreed to the sale of a police house, following the completion of the appropriate bidding process.
2013/21 – Exemption to Contract Standing Orders
The Head of Staff, under delegated powers from The PCC agreed on 30th July, to the exemption from Contract Standing Orders in relation to two Treasury Management contracts.
2013/27 – Confidential Decision
The PCC accepted the recommendations from the Chief Constable, Chief Fire Officer and County Council that consultants are procured, to obtain independent advice on Police/Fire Collaboration, through an Invitation to Tender document.
2013/28 – Confidential Decision
The PCC, Stephen Bett, has approved and signed a paper to retain consultants in the future development of collaborative services between Norfolk and Suffolk. The consultants were retained after an open competitive tender process.
2014/14 – Confidential Decision
Stephen agreed to enter into a collaboration agreement with other forces to deliver an increased response to serious and organised crime.
2014/41 – Confidential Decisions
As part of the Constabulary’s Estates Strategy, the PCC has approved the sale of Old Sheringham Police Station.
2015/22 – Confidential Decisions
As part of the collaborative Norfolk and Suffolk programme of change, and as a result of the Shared Services Partnership business case not being agreed by the Collaboration Panel in April 2014, the PCC has approved the business case for a Business Support Functions Operating Model.
2016-03 Confidential Decision
The Police and Crime Commissioners and Chief Constables for the seven police areas in the Eastern Region and Kent have agreed to work together upon a programme of collaboration to be known as the Seven Force Strategic Collaboration Programme.
Decision 2016/14 – Energy Procurement
The PCC has made a confidential decision to retain purchasing arrangements with regards to energy procurement.