The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner's policy on procurement is covered in section 5.1.13 of our Financial Regulations.
See also our commitment to working in partnership with our suppliers to ensure that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in the supply chain and encouraging our suppliers to achieve high ethical standards and practices.
These are subject to revision following internal consultation.
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