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A key decision is one which will have a significant or ongoing impact to communities in Merseyside. It may also be financially significant, in terms of spending or savings for the service or function concerned.

Decisions of Significant Public Interest 2013
Decision Date Summary Reports Published
2013/001
26.02.13
Budget
2013/002
08.03.13
Joint Command & Control Centre
2013/003
18.04.13
Upgrade of Automatic Number Plate Recognition system
(Publication deferred)
2013/004
08.04.13
Superintendent Allowances
2013/005
12.04.13
Governance arrangements for scrutiny and decision making
2013/006
16.04.13
Restructure of the Office for the Police and Crime Commissioner
2013/010
17.05.13
Relocation of Office of Police and Crime Commissioner
2013/012
22.05.13
Office restructure
2013/013
14.06.13
Rental of car parking spaces at Bromborough Police Station
(Publication deferred)
2013/014
24.05.13
Approval of strategy to dispose of Police Houses
(Publication defferred)
2013/015
13.02.13
Full Business Case review
2013/016
10.04.13
Sustaining Excellence Full Business Case
2013/018
25.06.13
Approval of Force Voluntary Early Retirement scheme
(Publication deferred)
2013/019
28.06.13
Financial Outturn Position
2013/020
28.06.13
Engagement of the Community Foundation to administer the Police Property Act Fund
2013/021
25.07.13
Settlement of potential claim against Police and Crime Commissioner
(Publication deferred)
2013/022
05.07.13
Relocation of Wirral Community Safety Team
2013/023
05.07.13
Restructure of Wirral Neighbourhoods
2013/024
13.09.13
Stage 2 staff transfers
2013/025
24.09.13
Response to Police and Crime Panel report
2013/026
17.09.13
Annual Treasury Management Performance Report 2012/13
2013/027
20.09.13
Annual Governance Statement 2012/13
2013/028
25.09.13
Draft Statement of Accounts 2012/13 and Grant Thornton's Annual Governance Report
2013/029
07.10.13
Appointment of a young apprentice
2013/030
25.07.13
Settlement of a potential claim against the Police and Crime Commissioner
2013/031
10.10.13
The creation of a crime and disorder reduction reserve
2013/032
10.10.13
Adoptionof the ACPO National Charging Policies and to approve the revised fees and charges
2013/034
15.10.13
Option to purchase former Huyton Magistrates Court building
2013/035
15.10.13
Crime and Disorder Reduction Grant - Royal Court Trust - Terriers development plan
2013/036
17.10.13
Approve overseas travel of a police officer
2013/037
17.10.13
Funding of Sefton Council for CVS Offender Mentoring Scheme
2013/038
22.07.13
Approval of Neighbourhood Policing Review
(Publication deferred)
2013/039
15.10.13
Policy for the Making and Publication of Decisions of Significant Public Interest
2013/040
02.12.13
Treasury Management - 2013/14 mid-year performance report
2013/041
02.12.13
Sustaining Excellance Programme - Phase 4
2013/042
02.12.13
Request to approve overseas travel of a police officer
(This was an urgent request for assistance due to an international emergency that was approved verbally on 16/11/13, with the published decision signed on 02/12/13)
Other Decisions 2013
Decision Date Summary Reports Published
2013/007
19.04.13
Approval of dilapidation costs
2013/008
29.04.13
External Insurance Premiums
2013/009
08.05.13
Amendment to Corporate Governance Framework
2013/011
17.05.13
Acceptance of Home Office Grant
2013/033
10.10.13
Budget Monitoring 2013/14 Quarter One
2013/043
02.12.13
Budget Monitoring 2013/14 Quarter Two

Jane wants your views on policing funding today...

The Police Commissioner has to set the police budget soon.

She wants your views on  if you would be willing to contribute an extra 19p a week in your council tax  to enable the Chief Constable to recruit 160 new police officers next year, as well help balance the budget and protect jobs?

Without the extra funding the Commissioner will have to reduce the budget, the recruitment of new officers can’t
go ahead and the Chief Constable will be required to cut back on the service again.