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Decisions and approvals

Decision making by the police and crime commissioner is based on the principles of good governance – about people in public office doing the right thing, in the right way, for the right people in a timely, inclusive, open, honest and accountable manner.

Decisions made by the police and crime commissioner are informed, open and transparent. The police and crime commissioner will seek, where possible, to give advance notice of when significant public interest decisions will be made.

Below you can find the 'decision making records' that support those decisions.  These records contain the background information considered and the decision that was approved. Where a decision or approval was taken to the Policing and Crime Joint Executive (PCJE) or the OPCC Executive Leadership Board this is indicated. All downloads are in PDF format.

The decision-making process that the PCC and their office follows can be found here.

Decisions since January 2021

Here you can find more information about the collaboration agreements made under Section 23 (e) of the Police Act 1996.

Here you can view a complete list of decisions made during Tony Hogg's time as police and crime commisioner (up to September 2015).