Transparency

Following the transfer of governance from Police Authorities to Police and Crime Commissioners under the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 certain transparency information is required to be made available to the public.

The Police and Crime Commissioner is committed to being open and transparent. You can find all information we are required to share with you by clicking on the headings below.

The PCC webcasts her monthly Performance & Accountability Meetings (PAMs) with the Sussex Police Chief Constable
Our archive of decisions and actions taken
Have your say on Sussex Police funding 2018-22 and view a list of frequently asked questions.
An update on performance against the objectives and measures set out in the Police & Crime Plan
Read our Statement of Accounts and how we are audited
Information about the policies and procedures and the written protocols in place for the delivery of our services and responsibilities.
The Joint Audit Committee (JAC) provides independent assurance to the PCC and Chief Constable and helps to ensure efficient, effective and adequate assurance arrangements are in place.
Read about the PCC's annual reports and expenditure.
Find details of forthcoming Police Appeals Tribunals to be held at the OSPCC offices
The organisational structure of the OSPCC, governance and statutory information
Financial information relating to projected and actual income.
Strategies and plans, performance indicators, audits, inspections and reviews.
Our decision making processes and how we keep a record of our decisions.
Details of assets, registers of interests and gifts and hospitality offered to the OSPCC.
Information about the services that fall within the responsibility of the OSPCC.
Read about some of the ways you can get involved, and have a say in local policing and crime in Sussex.
Find out how your personal information will be obtained, held, used, and disclosed by the OSPCC in a responsible manner.
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