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Council Policies and Plans

In common with other local councils, we produce a number of statutory and non-statutory plans and strategies, some of which are produced jointly with our partner organisations.

Accounts

The Council's Annual Statement of Accounts is a statutory document, produced by all Local Authorities and Companies detailing their accounts at the year end.

Anti-Fraud and Corruption Strategy

The Council is committed to maintaining a high level of service for the benefit of its community. As an integral part of this high level of service, the Council aims to prevent the occurrence of fraud and corruption in all its activities.

Anti-Fraud and Corruption Strategy (pdf)

Anti Social Behaviour

Three Rivers District Council has an Anti Social Behaviour Policy which sets out what types of anti social behaviour (ASB) the Council can deal with and what response somebody can expect from Three Rivers District Council when making a report to us.  A copy of the ASB policy can be downloaded below.

Corporate ASB Policy (doc)

Community Strategy

Three Rivers Community Strategy 2012-2018: This Strategy has been developed by members of the Local Strategic Partnership in Three Rivers.  It sets out how we are working together to improve the quality of life of people who live and work in the Three Rivers District.

Three Rivers Community Strategy 2012-2018 (pdf)

It focuses on those areas where the Council has a lead role or can play a key part in delivering or influencing the outcomes.  Its purpose is to guide the Council in its annual consultation, planning, resource allocation and performance management process by articulating clearly a series of SMART targets (targets that are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Resourced and Time-limited) by which we shall be able to track our progress towards delivering our long-term objectives.

Strategic Plan 2017-20 Final (pdf)

Whistleblowing Policy

The Council is committed to the highest possible standards of openness, probity and accountability. In line with that commitment we encourage employees and others with serious concerns about any aspect of the Council's work to come forward and voice those concerns.  The Whistle Blowing Policy is Appendix 1 to the Council's Anti-Fraud and Corruption Strategy

The Audit Commission's Public Interest Disclosure Line is 0845 052 2646.

Whistle Blowing Policy (Reviewed June 2012) (pdf)

Council Policies and Plans