Code of Corporate Governance
The Policing Protocol Order 2011 sets out how the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner and the Chief Constable of Sussex Police will carry out their functions in relation to each other.
The Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable work within the governance framework as set out in the following key documents:
· Code of Corporate Governance
· Scheme of Delegation for PCCs and CCs
· Memorandum of Understanding
· Decision-making Framework
· Financial Regulations
· Contract Standing Orders
· Stage 2 Scheme of Transfer
· Fees and Charges for the Supply of Goods & Services 2016 -2017
· Surrey Sussex Police Finance Protocol for Collaborated Services
Wherever possible, these align with our key partners – Surrey Police and the Surrey Police & Crime Commissioner - whilst respecting the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act, which provides that chief constables and police & crime commissioners are Corporations Sole.
For further details please visit the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner's website.
Public Service Obligations 2017
Sussex Police have a range of specific statutory duties that we are obliged to deliver to victims, witnesses and the wider Community. We have collated all of these duties and obligations into one document – the Public Service Statutory Obligations for Sussex Police.
We will keep this updated and publish the live version on this page.
This means that all who have a right to these services, and those who hold us to account to deliver on our duties, can see all our public service obligations at a glance. We would welcome feedback on any aspect of our delivery on these duties via our feedback facility Your Voice Counts.