Police Performance

Below outlines the processes of how the Police and Crime Commissioner holds the force to account.

CC Jo Farrell and Steve White

As part of holding the Chief Constable to account, the PCC has a duty to monitor police performance. Accordingly, the PCC publishes a quarterly public performance report, structured around the outcomes and key performance questions in his Police, Crime and Victims’ Plan.

The report helps the public to have a greater understanding of how the PCC fulfils the scrutiny part of his role, while giving residents a greater understanding of how their local police force is performing.

The list in the table below shows the Durham Police and Crime Commissioner’s recent performance reports.

Durham Police Crest

Police Performance Reports