The Police and Crime Commissioner is responsible for holding the Chief Constable to account to ensure that the Constabulary support the delivery of the priorities detailed in the Police and Crime Plan and to meet all their statutory duties.

Strategic Scrutiny Meetings

The Commissioner will undertake this role at regular meetings. To find out about meeting dates and to see related agendas, notes and reports please scroll down.

Scrutiny Principles

The scrutiny principles set out the process by which the Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire will hold the Chief Constable to account.

View scrutiny principles.

Previous Strategic Scrutiny Meetings

2016

2015

2014

2013

 

Meetings, Agendas, Notes and Reports

Date

4th July 2017

Agenda

Agenda

Document

Item 2 – Performance Report

Appendix A

Item 3 – Contact Management

Item 4 – HMIC

Appendix A

Item 5 – Police Complaints – Timeliness & Appeals

 

Minutes

Report

Date

30th March 2017

Agenda

Agenda

Minutes

Report

Date

5th January 2017

Agenda

Agenda

Document

Item 2 – Performance Report

Appendix A

Appendix B

Item 3 – Contact Management

Item 4 – HMIC Reports and Recommendations

Appendix A

Item 5 – Custody Update

Appendix A

Item 6 – Restorative Justice

Item 7 – Constabulary Information Governance

Item 8 – Professional Standards (Public Complaints, timeliness and appeals)

Item 11 – OPCC Information Governance – RESTRICTED – This report will be considered in private on the grounds that it involves the likely disclosure of personal information as defined in section 40 of the Freedom of Information Act.

 

Minutes

Report