What we spend and how we spend it

Date published: 18 April 2018 14:29

Force budget

The Police and Crime Commissioner has responsibility for setting the Force budget. Click the link to access the information.

Expenditure over £500

Details of all expenditure over £500 is available from the Police and Crime Commissioner's website.

Joint Corporate Governance Framework

This framework describes how the Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable conduct business within the requirements of the statutory framework.

Procurement procedures

To trade with us you will need to register with BlueLight, and you will receive e-mail notification for any Requests for Quotation (RFQs) of tender notices.

You can find out details of contracts currently being tendered, contracts awarded and invitation to tender for a contract, with an expected value exceeding £10,000 to which they or the Chief Constable is a party.

Tenders and Quotations

£5,000 - No quotations necessary - it must be ensured that Best Value in terms of economy, efficiency and effectiveness is obtained.

£5,000 - £20,000 - all such services and supplies require competition. A minimum of 3 written quotations must be invited. Request for Quotations are obtained via BlueLight, catalogues and websites can be used for quotation purposes.

£20,000 - all requirements above £20,000 are referred to Supply Chain Management for assessment.

£50,000 - a full tender exercise is undertaken.

Values that exceed the European threshold will be advertised via OJEU in addition to Bluelight.

Gender Pay Gap

Gender pay gap report March 2018