The ACRO Information & Technology Board oversees the strategic direction for information management and information technology.
ACRO's annual reports are a review of our work and achievements during the year. They include our accounts for the period, providing an overview of income and expenditure.
The agreements establish the lawful basis for ACRO to disclose information from the PNC to individual non-police prosecution agencies as part of our PNC services. Each agreement indicates the agency’s status, i.e. whether it is a competent authority, as listed in schedule 7 of the Data Protection Act, or whether it is a general processor.
This is a collaborative agreement, signed by the chief officers and police and crime commissioners of UK forces, which allows ACRO to undertake the work we do. This ensures ACRO focuses on its purpose of safer communities in the UK and worldwide.
The quarterly profiles detail the volume of requests for ACRO's key services. They are updated throughout the year with the figures for the previous quarter.
These reports detail expense reimbursements made to ACRO chief officers (the chief executive and the head of ACRO). Expenses are reimbursed when they have been necessarily incurred by the officers while exercising their duties. Hospitality is given to help policing business, or when it is considered desirable as a matter of courtesy or protocol. The reports are updated through the year.
These reports detail payments that exceed £500. Any significant spend is formally tendered and assessed for value for money in compliance with Hampshire Constabulary procurement policies. The reports are updated through the year.
The step-down model establishes the guidelines for how we filter convictions in the preparation of Police Certificates and International Child Protection Certificates.
Responses to Freedom of Information requests concerning ACRO are published in the NPCC's disclosure log.
See About Us for details of how to submit a request.
Hampshire Constabulary publications