SocialValue – Premier Partnership

Social Value

More and more, organisations are being asked for examples of how social value is being supported, and Premier Partnership are fully committed to providing the best social value for our clients and communities.

Premier Partnership is committed to the continuous improvement in our Corporate and Social Responsibility by:

  • Encouraging our business partners to strive for matching performance Acting in a socially responsible way
  • Continually improving our performance and meeting all relevant legislation
  • Encouraging our staff to be mindful of the effect of their actions on any natural resource 
  • Continually reviewing our policies and business practices to encourage engagement with all stakeholders such as our staff, partners, and clients
  • When carrying out our business, in consultation with our customers and partners we will determine the environmental, social, and economic issues

We are committed to reducing our direct impact on the environment by actively managing our waste, emissions and consumption of natural resources and aim to create a workplace that encourages diversity and equal opportunities for all.

Professional development is actively encouraged with employee health and wellbeing supported.

We have worked with the Metropolitan Police for several years providing bespoke and specialist training for all rank of officers and levels of police staff within the force.
When undertaking courses, learners can be sure that support is heading back to communities in the London area.

As part of our commitment to social funding, Premier Partnership invest back into the community with charities Groundwork and Redthread benefitting from this initiative with 2% of the overall MPS contract value given to Givewith and used as below:


Place community liaisons in neighbourhoods to facilitate sustainable development and community.

Community Enablers help young people get their voices heard and demonstrate that they can be a powerful force for good in their community. They help people who are isolated or suffering health problems to get involved and get active, and help to re-connect people with nature, understanding the importance of biodiversity and the benefits of fresh, local food.

Social Impact (Estimated)
500 – Beneficiaries to be directly served 10 – Projects to be completed
20 – capacity building sessions to be facilitated
10 – Resident groups to be engaged
40 – Hours of service to be provided


Support young people to break the cycle of violence.

This program embeds specialist, trauma-informed youth workers in hospital A&E departments, they meet young people who attend as victims of violence. Many have experienced multiple disadvantages and recurrent trauma and a third are known to statutory services but have not been previously been able to engage. The program capitalises on the ‘teachable moment’: a powerful opportunity for reflection created by crisis.

Social Impact (Estimated)
24 – Medical staff to be trained in Redthread Youth Violence Intervention Program Techniques
3 – Beneficiaries to be directly served
3 – Safety plans to be completed 

Fast Lane, QA and Learning Tree are three of our suppliers to sign up to our social value policy and have agreed to a percentage contribution on all bookings made with the Metropolitan Police moving forwards, ensuring that public sector funds are utilised and given back to community projects.
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Premier Partnership

Alongside this, we strive to assist the community in whatever ways that we realistically can, regularly undertaking events and fundraising at a local level, as children from St Peters Catholic Primary School, Doncaster and Southfield Primary School in Armthorpe can attest as they were given a helping hand with their lockdown learning after Premier Partnership donated 20 tablets to each school to distribute as they felt necessary amongst their pupils as the schools closed during lockdown and children having to home school.

Our colleagues and suppliers are also involved in local community work with links to junior and senior football and rugby clubs, helping get boys and girls of all ages involved in sport, and other activities including charity work.