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Derbyshire Police and Fire Collaboration

DPFP Limited Liability Partnership

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In December 2014, the Chair of Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Authority (DFRA) and the Police and Crime Commissioner Derbyshire (PCCD) signed a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) agreement that would enable them to build a new joint headquarters for Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service and Derbyshire Constabulary.

We were proud to announce the completion date of this building in August 2016 which was on target and on budget. This was an historical date for Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service. We moved into the new building with the Police between September and November with little interruption to our work. 

The building provides a modern fit for purpose work environment with up to date IT equipment, welfare and business facilities which will only enhance our working relationship.

DFRA and the PCCD are the initial members of DPFP LLP, a partnership registered at Companies House.

The partnership provides all of the necessary governance arrangements and protects the interests of the partners’ investment in this significant project.

The partnership operates an LLP Management Board responsible for the strategic direction of the LLP. The structure of the Management Board is shown below.

Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner and Derbyshire Constabulary

In addition to the LLP Management Board, there is an LLP Operational Board which is responsible for the day to day management, operation and running of the LLP assets and projects. The structure of the Operational Board is shown below.

Reporting to the operational board are a number of work stream leads responsible for specific areas of project activity required to deliver the work programme.

The LLP is responsible for producing its own Business Plan and Asset Management Plan within the guidelines set out in the LLP agreement and the Corporate Governance Framework.

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