Robust monitoring and accountability
The Police, Crime and Victims' Commissioner (PCVC) holds monthly meetings with the Chief Constable and his Executive Team so that he can monitor police performance and ask the questions needed to evaluate performance against the objectives set in his Police and Crime Plan.
It is at these meetings where the PCVC holds the Chief Constable to account and where he formally documents any key decisions relating to the police service. At the meetings the PCVC and Chief Constable discuss police performance, the budget and financial information to assess whether an efficient and effective service is being delivered. Other discussions are held around current issues, emerging threats and areas of concern and how they can work together to tackle them.
The Accountability Framework
The PCVC has developed a robust accountability framework to monitor the performance of Durham Constabulary and to enable scrutiny of the key areas of focus as set out in his Police and Crime Plan. The diagram on the link below shows the PCVC's relationship with the Chief Constable, how the PCVC is ultimately responsible to the public, and the additional scrutiny mechanisms which are in place.
The following links provide information about the Police and Crime Plan, how your police force is performing and key decisions made by the PCVC.
[Please note: Ron Hogg is currently consulting on his draft Police, Crime and Victims' Plan for 2016-21. Visit the Public Consultations page for more information]
View the PCVC's Police and Crime Plan to see how he is working to keep residents and communities safe
Find out how your police force is performing and view the user-firenly public performance report
View all of the key decisions the PCC has taken, and recorded, as part of his role as PCC
Police and Crime Panel
To find out more about the work of the Police and Crime Panel, and how they monitor the work of the PCC, visit the Police and Crime Panel page for more information.