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Please use the links below to find all the business cases approved by the Commissioner organised by year.

2020

EPR (Smart Force) - 17/09/2020 (noted)

Corporate Assets (Estates and Facilities Management) - 17/09/2020 (noted)

Visual Evidence - 30/07/2020 (formally approved)

Tri-Force Niche - 02/04/2020 (notes)

Legal Services - 02/04/202 (noted)

News and Communications - 02/04/2020 (noted)

2019

Contact to Allocation - 18/12/2019 (noted)

Custody - 18/12/2019 (noted)

General Enquiry Offices - 09/10/2019 (formally approved)

Evidence Management Unit - 21/01/2019 (formally approved)

Records Management Unit - 21/01/2019 (formally approved)

Preventative Policing Phase 3 - 21/01/2019 (formally approved)
Addendum to Full Business Case - 21/09/2019

Forensics - 21/01/2019 (formally approved)

Management Structures and Ratios - 21/01/2019 (formally approved)

2018

Preventative Policing Phase 1: Court Reassurance - 25/10/2018 (formally approved)

Preventative Policing Phase 2: MASH - 25/10/2018 (formally approved)

Preventative Policing Phase 2: Integrated Offender Management and Youth Offending Team - 25/10/2018 (formally approved)

Preventative Policing Phase 2: Missing Persons / Functional Coordination Unit - 25/10/2018 (formally approved)

ICT Review - 27/02/2018 (formally approved)

2017

Criminal Justice - Custody - 20/12/2017 (formally approved)

Corporate Support and Development Department - 20/12/2017 (formally approved)

Homicide Support Unit - 20/12/2017 (formally approved)

Matrix Review - 20/12/2017 (formally approved)

Professional Standards Department and Anti-Corruption Unit - 20/12/2017 (formally approved)

Mounted Department - 22/05/2017 (formally approved)

2016

Criminal Justice - 11/11/2016 (formally approved)

Administration and Secretarial Support - 19/09/2016 (formally approved)

Resource management - 19/09/2016 (formally approved)

Investigations -19/09/2016 (formally approved)

Response and Resolution -19/09/2016 (formally approved)

Matrix - 19/09/2016 (formally approved)

Local Policing - 19/09/2016 (formally approved)

Local Policing Addendum

2015

Forensics - 4th June, 2015

Cannabis Dismantling Teams - 29th April, 2015

Corporate Criminal Justice - 6th March, 2015

Sex Offender Management - 17th February, 2015: Restricted

Review of Forensics - Approved 17th February, 2015

ICT Review - Approved 17th February, 2015

Finance Review - Approved 17th February, 2015

HR and Academy - Approved 17th February, 2015

2014

Intelligence - 4th November, 2014

Review of local administration, personal assistants and secretarial support - 4th November, 2014

BCU Operating Model Part I and Joint Command Centre - 4th November, 2014

Anti-social Behaviour Units - 3rd September 2014

Youth Offending Teams - 3rd September 2014

Extended Police Family Co-ordinators - 3rd September 2014

General Enquiry Offices - 3rd September 2014

Complaints Officers - 3rd September 2014

Equipment Officers - 3rd September 2014

Licensing Administration - 3rd September 2014

Operational Planning - 3rd September 2014

Centralised Vacancy Savings - 3rd September 2014

Non-staff Savings - 3rd September 2014

MSOC (reinvested posts) - 3rd September 2014

Proposed merger of Liverpool North and South Basic Command Units - 30th June, 2014

2013

Strategic Development Department Review - 21st October, 2013.

Protective Service Review - 21st October, 2013.

Neighbourhood Policing Review - 22nd July, 2013.

Corporate Criminal Justice Approved Business Case - 3rd June, 2013.

Changes to Resources Approved Business Case - 3rd June, 2013.

Changes to Training Approved Business Case - 3rd June, 2013.

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.