Board Meeting - Stirling

Date:
2 May 2018
Time:
09.30 - 16.00
Location:

Stirling Court Hotel
University of Stirling
Stirling
FK9 4LA

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 SPALiaison@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).

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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.

AGENDA

Date: Wednesday 2 May 2018
Time: 9.30am
Venue: Stirling Court Hotel, Stirling 
Chair: Susan Deacon

1. Welcome and Apologies - Susan Deacon, Chair

2. Declarations of interest - Susan Deacon, Chair

3. Minute and Rolling Action Log -  Susan Deacon, Chair
3.1 Minute of the meeting held on 29 March 2018
3.2 Updated rolling action log

4. Decision on taking business in private - Susan Deacon, Chair
In accordance with paragraph 27 of the SPA Governance Framework, the Board will decide whether items 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 should be considered in private

5. Interim Chief Constable’s Report by Deputy Chief Constable Iain Livingstone, Interim Chief Constable, Police Scotland

6. 2026 – Serving a Changing Scotland
6.1 Report by Kenneth Hogg, Interim Chief Officer, Scottish Police Authority

6.2 Reports for approval by James Gray, Chief Financial Officer, Police Scotland
i) 3 Year Financial Plan
ii) 10 Year Financial Strategy

6.3 Report for approval by David Page, Deputy Chief Officer, Police Scotland
i) 3 Year Implementation Plan

7. SPA Forensic Services Strategic Planning
7.1 Presentation and reports for approval by Tom Nelson, Director, Forensic Services, Scottish Police Authority

Presentation slides
i) Forensic Services 2026 Strategy
ii) Forensic Services Phase I Business Plan 
iii) Forensic Services 2-Year Financial Plan 18/19 & 19/20

8. Scottish Police Authority
8.1 Report for noting by Susan Deacon, Chair
8.2 Election of Vice Chair
8.3 Report for noting by Kenneth Hogg, Interim Chief Officer
8.4 Reports for approval by Kenneth Hogg, Interim Chief Officer, Scottish Police Authority
i) SPA Improvement Plan 2018/19 
ii) Succession Planning and Appointments Committee – Delegated Authority

9. Estates Planning
9.1 Estates Disposal Review – Consultation Results Report for approval by Colette Sherry, Head of Commercial Services, Police Scotland
9.2 Estates Modernisation Proposal for Peterhead Police Station Relocation Report for approval by Colette Sherry, Head of Commercial Services, Police Scotland

10. BTP Integration Project Update - Report for noting by Tom McMahon, Director of Business Integration, Police Scotland

11. Governance and Compliance
11.1 SPA Financial Regulations
i) Report by Kenneth Hogg, Interim Chief Officer, Scottish Police Authority
ii) Report for approval by James Gray, Chief Financial Officer, Police Scotland

11.2 GDPR Preparedness
i) Report for noting by Kenneth Hogg, Interim Chief Officer, Scottish Police Authority
ii) Report for noting by David Page, Deputy Chief Office, Police Scotland

12. Committee Reports Committee Chairs will provide a brief report on business progressed at the following meetings:
12.1 Audit (met on 18 April 2018)
12.2 Succession Planning and Appointments (met on 20 April 2018)

Items of Business in Private

13. Rolling Action Log
13.1 Updated rolling action log.

14. Corporate Services Target Operating Model - Report submitted for noting by David Page, Deputy Chief Officer, Police Scotland

15. Utilisation of Reform Funding - Report submitted for noting by David Page, Deputy Chief Officer, Police Scotland

16. Digital Data and ICT Progress Report and Next Steps - Report submitted for approval by David Page, Deputy Chief Officer, Police Scotland

17. Estates Disposal Review - 2017/18 Forecast and 2018/19 Plans Report submitted for approval by Colette Sherry, Head Of Commercial Services, Police Scotland

Approved Board Minute - 2 May 2018