Our Policies and Procedures
Here you can find all relevant policies, procedures and guidance for the Police and Crime Commissioner and his Office.
Anti-Fraud and Corruption Policy (including Whistle Blowing)
This is a joint policy for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner and Thames Valley Police. It includes a policy in relation to handling qualifying disclosures
The Plan explains the strategic direction of both the property assets and management of those assets in order to support the delivery of the force strategic objectives
A Code of Conduct for the Police and Crime Commissioner and his Deputy.
This document outlines our key principles for contract management and the process we follow. It also contains information on performance reporting and our governance arrangements.
The Corporate Governance Framework is a joint framework for the Police and Crime Commissioner and the Chief Constable and includes the:
- Statement of Corporate Governance
- Code of Corporate Governance
- Scheme of Corporate Governance
- Financial Regulations
This Policy sets out the decision making process for the Police and Crime Commissioner. You can also visit our Decision Making section to see details of all the decisions made by the PCC.
The Financial Strategy sets out how Thames Valley Police (the PCC and the Force) will structure and manage its finances to support the delivery of the aims and objectives of the service, as set out in the Police and Crime Plan, and to ensure sound financial management and good stewardship of public money.
Gifts and Hospitality Policy (Currently Under Review)
The purpose of this policy is to provide the PCC and all staff with guidance regarding how gifts and hospitality may be given or received and in what circumstances such gifts and hospitality should be declined.
This Information Sharing Agreement (ISA) has been developed between the Chief Constable of Thames Valley Police and the Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley.
The Ethical Framework allows transparency in all areas of the PCCs work.
The Publication Scheme outlines what information should be recorded by the Police and Crime Commissioner and made available to the public. Including information on the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Elected Local Policing Bodies (Specified Information) Order 2011.
The purpose of this policy is to prevent the premature destruction of records, provide consistency of preservation/ destruction and improve record management.
A policy detailing what travel and subsistence claims can be made by the Police and Crime Commissioner.