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The Police and Crime Panel

The Police and Crime Panel

 

The Police and Crime Panel (PCP), which is currently hosted by Durham County Council, provides checks and balances on the work of the PCVC. The Panel does not scrutinise Durham Constabulary, but scrutinises how the PCVC carries out his statutory responsibilities.

The Panel has a key role in constructively challenging the PCVC, and in supporting his role in enhancing the public accountability of the force.

The Panel is constituted of ten elected councillors, seven from Durham County Council and three from Darlington Borough Council. There are also two additional co-opted members, helping to ensure that the Panel has a good mix of skills, knowledge and experience to carry out its work.

 
                          Panel responsibilities

 

More information about the Durham Police and Crime Panel, along with agendas and minutes for its meetings, can be found here.

The list in the table below shows recent correspondence between the PCVC and the Police and Crime Panel.

 

2019

PCVC Letter – Police Precept 2019-20

PCP Letter – Police Precept Consultation 2019-20

PCVC Draft Letter to Police and Crime Panel 2019-20

2018

PCVC Letter – Police Precept 2018-19

PCVC Letter – Police, Crime and Victims’ Plan 2018-21

PCP Letter – Police, Crime and Victims’ Plan 2018-21

PCVC Letter – Annual Report 2017-18

PCP Letter – Annual Report 2017-18

2017

PCVC Letter – Police Precept 2017-18

PCP Letter – Police Precept Consultation 2017-18

Consultation Document on Proposed Increase to the Police Precept   2017-18

PCVC Letter – Annual Report 2016-17

2016

PCVC Letter – Police, Crime and Victims’ Plan 2016-21

PCP Letter – Police, Crime and Victims’ Plan 2016-21

PCC Letter – Annual Report 2015-16

PCP Letter – Annual Report 2015-16

 

 
 
 
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