Board Meeting - Rutherglen

Date:
27 November 2018
Time:
10.00 - 16.00
Location:

Rutherglen Town Hall
139 Main Street
Rutherglen
G73 2JJ

This meeting is open for members of the public, interested parties and media representatives to attend. Please confirm your attendance in advance by email to SPABoardServices@spa.pnn.police.uk or telephone 01786 896 878.

Please note, in the interest of safety and security, please be advised that bags larger than A3 size will not be permitted within the venue.  Attendees with larger sized bags will be asked to arrange alternative storage prior to admission (storage can not be provided).

For those unable to attend in person, the meeting will be available to watch live or recorded (within 24 hours of the meeting) through our dedicated Livestream channel: https://livestream.com/SPA/RutherglenNov18

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In line with our standing orders, the papers for this meeting will be 3 working days in advance of the meeting.

1. Welcome and Apologies

2. Declarations of interest

3. Minute from meeting held on 24 October 2018 for approval

4. Action Log and Matters Arising

5. Decision on taking business in private (Items 22-29)

6. SPA Chair’s Introduction and Report
   (B 10.2018/77)

7. Chief Constable’s Report
   (B 10.2018/78)

8. SPA Chief Executive’s Report
   (B 10.2018/79)

9. Police Scotland Performance Report July – September 2018
   (B 10.2018/80)

10. Development of Police Scotland’s Performance Framework
    (B 10.2018/81)

11. SPA Forensic Services Activity Report July – September 2018
    (B 10.2018/82)

12. Financial Report July – September 2018
    (B 10.2018/83)

13. Emerging Challenges for 3 Year Rolling Financial Plan (late paper)
    (B 10.2018/84)

14. Contact Assessment Model (CAM)
    (B 10.2018/85)

15. British Transport Police – Devolution of Railway Policing Update
    (B 10.2018/86)

16. Business Case Proposals for Change and Improvement
    (B 10.2018/87)
    • National Integrated Communication Control System
    • Digitally Enabled Policing - Core Operating Solutions

17. Disposal of Unused Properties – Outcome of Extended Consultation
    (B 10.2018/88)

18. Health & Safety Report
    (B 10.2018/89)

19. SPA Board and Committee Calendar 2019
    (B 10.2018/90)

20. Committee and Working Group Reports
    (B 10.2018/91)

The following items will be taken in private

21. Minute relating to items held in private on 24 October 2018 for approval

22. Action Log and Matters Arising

23. Brexit – Impact on Operational Policing in Scotland
    (B 10.2018/92)

24. Staff Pay Reward and Modernisation Update
    (B 10.2018/93)

25. National Integrated Communication Control System Full Business Case and Associated Contract Award
    (B 10.2018/94 and B 10.2018/95)

26. Digitally Enabled Policing – Core Operating Solutions Full Business Case and Associated Contract Award
    (B 10.2018/96 and B 10.2018/97)

27. Disposal of Surplus Police Office, 188 High Street, Edinburgh
    (B 10.2018/98)

28. Contract Award for Occupational Health
    (B 10.2018/99)

Notes

Subject to agreement by the Board at agenda item 5 above, the following Items of business will be considered in private for the reasons noted below:


Items 21 and 22 (part), and 24 in accordance with the SPA’s Standing Orders section:
• 21 g) proposals for significant organisational change, significant changes to the terms and conditions of staff or other sensitive matters are being considered;

 

Items 23 in accordance with the SPA’s Standing Orders section:
• 21 b) public discussion of the information may prejudice any police operation or the prosecution of offenders; and

 

Items 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, and 28 in accordance with the SPA’s Standing Orders section:
• 21 f) confidential commercial or financial information not already in the public domain could be disclosed;