Minutes of the Commissioners Strategic Board Meetings can be found on the South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner’s site. Please access the below link:
The Annual Police Plan has been superseded by the South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner’s Police and Crime Reduction Plan which can be found by accessing the following link:
Please find below link which will take you to the most recent Statement of Accounts:
This information can be found on our ‘Join Us’ Section.
You can access the South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner’s Police and Crime Reduction Plan using the following link:
Please also access the following link in order to view the HMIC (Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary) Assessment of Police Effectiveness, Efficiency and Legitimacy within South Wales Police:
General contact details can be found on our ‘Contact us‘ page.
Local Neighbourhood Policing Team contact details can be found on our ‘Your Neighbourhood’ page. You will need to select the relevant Neighbourhood from the drop down menu.
Reports evaluating how the force spends its budget can be found on the South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner’s website. Please access the below link which will take to you the relevant page.
Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary
Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) independently assesses local and national policing issues. More information can be found online at www.justiceinspectorates.gov.uk/hmic/
The Bluelight Police Database (BLPD) currently has a facility which provides details of current contracts for member authorities, provided the organisation maintains the database.
The Home Office currently requires that hardware and commercial ‘off the shelf’ software are purchased under the Sprint II framework. The number of bespoke contracts for IS are therefore relatively small.
Where the force purchases under a collaborative contract or framework led by another organisation, we will refer to the lead organisation which could be another police force, Government Procurement Service or other public sector organisation. For low risk contracts let under supplier’s terms and conditions, we do not propose to upload the supplier’s terms and conditions. The purchase order (which is the contract) should make reference to such terms. South Wales Police has adopted a high level of e-procurement and as a result, information relating to tenders is held within the e-tender tool known as Bravosolution and a link to the information is included in the contract document.
Details of expenditure over £500 including costs, supplier and transaction information (monthly)
This information can be found on the South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner’s website. Please access the below link which will take you to the relevant page.
Compass is a postal based questionnaire distributed to randomly selected households across the force area. Compass stands for the Community Perception and Satisfaction Survey. It aims to gather information on public perception and experience of crime & anti-social behaviour, views on the local police, awareness and engagement.
We want to police our communities effectively. To do this we need to understand our communities concerns, perceptions and experiences, as we know that perception and experience influence public confidence, which in turn impacts on reporting to and engagement with South Wales Police.
Compass not only measures these things but also allows us to explore relationships between them and to tailor the service we provide.
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