Section 22 Collaboration Agreement
The force has entered into a formal cooperation agreement to share Durham Constabulary`s scientific support laboratory and ISO accredited bodies to enable the force to provide a fingerprint enhancement service that meets national quality standards for the foreseeable future. The CCP concluded the following cooperation agreement with the forces of the East Midlands (Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire). The Commissioners of Police and Police and the Minister of the Interior. This was signed by the Commissioner of Police and Crime for Northumbria and the Chief constable for Northumbria. Sections 22A to 23I of the Police Act 1996 (as amended) (the Act) contain provisions enabling police forces and local polishing agencies (PCCs) to enter into cooperation agreements to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the delivery of police services. Such an agreement is called the Police Collaborative Force Agreement (PFCA). On September 15, 2016, the Commissioner and the Head of the Constable received the above-mentioned agreement, pursuant to Section 22A, in which both parties agreed. 5. The current provisions concerning `cooperation agreements between police forces` and `police cooperation agreements` in Sections 23 and 23A of the 1996 Act are replaced by a new Section 22A, which provides for a single type of cooperation agreement, which may either be dissociated or merged between senior officials and police services. What: The parties wish to translate into a formal cooperation agreement the existing agreements on the maintenance of motorcycles and OCU vehicles, currently included in a service level agreement. In addition to the North-East Forces Regional Cooperation Agreement, these forces have signed another sub-functional agreement on digital forensics for ISO accreditation. There are no legal, financial or operational issues related to the agreement. A copy of the cooperation agreement can be viewed by clicking on the link below Cooperation Agreement The Chief Officer may only enter into such an agreement with the agreement of the CCP and if this is for the sake of efficiency or effectiveness.
Paragraph 1 of Schedule 13 inserts into the 1996 Act a new Section 23AA which imposes a cooperation agreement providing for provisions relating to the performance of duties by designated civilian officers of one police force in the area of another police force, in order to define the functions they are authorized to perform and any restrictions or conditions that may apply. . . .