The Policing Accountability Board focuses on delivery of service against my priorities outlined in the Police and Crime Plan.

The Policing Accountability Board meets on a quarterly basis and is a public meeting, notice of which will be posted on my website a minimum of two weeks before the meeting date.

The Policing Accountability Board considers the themes addressed in the Policing Boards held during the course of the quarter, and any work undertaken in support of the issues raised.

The Policing Accountability Board will also receive a performance report in relation to the delivery of service against my priorities outlined in the Police and Crime Plan.

You can find the key documents here.

November

  • Tuesday 05 November 2019

August

  • Tuesday 06 August 2019

May

  • Tuesday 07 May 2019

February

  • Tuesday 12 February 2019

November

  • Tuesday 06 November 2018

August

  • Monday 06 August 2018
  • Monday 06 August 2018

May

February

  • Tuesday 13 February 2018
  • Tuesday 13 February 2018

November

July

April

January

October

  • Tuesday 18 October 2016

July

March

  • Tuesday 15 March 2016

    Including: Preventing and tackling crime & bringing people to justice

February

January

December

  • Wednesday 16 December 2015

    Including: Hate crime training, honour based violence

November

  • Wednesday 18 November 2015

    Including: Special Constabulary, Business Crime Survey, 999 and 101 call handling data, domestic abuse

October

  • Thursday 15 October 2015

    Including: road traffic data, Integrated Offender Management, Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH), warrant categories, Police Led Prosecutions, motoring educational courses, Out of Court Disposal Panel, Victims’ Hub, Restorative Justice data, fraud, firearms, staff and officer numbers, Forensic Medical Science contract, performance data analysis

September

  • Thursday 17 September 2015

    Including: Integrated Offender Management (IOM), online crime reporting, community resolutions, Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH), Activity Based Costings, fraud, Suspicious Activity Reports (SAR), sexting, Police Information Notices (PINs), Innovation Fund, Armed Response Vehicles (ARV)

August

  • Wednesday 19 August 2015

    Including: Professional standards, dissatisfaction, Independent Custody Visitors, domestic abuse, misconduct, Behave or Be Banned

July

  • Monday 13 July 2015

    Including: Revenue savings, Street to Suite, sexual offences, Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE), case progression, call handling

June

  • Friday 19 June 2015

    Including: Bail times, traffic offences, community resolutions, Integrated Offender Management (IOM), domestic abuse, public order, mobile digital policing, Public First, CCTV, Prosecution Team Performance Management (PTPM), Transforming Summary Justice (TSJ)

May

  • Friday 15 May 2015

    Including: Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE), Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH), Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC), domestic abuse, Appropriate Adults in custody, criminal damage

April

  • Monday 13 April 2015

    Including: Victim satisfaction, Special constabulary, Rural policing, IT, Multi agency safeguarding hub (MASH), Complaint handling, Estate.

March

  • Friday 20 March 2015

    Including: Crime, youth justice, driver training, roads policing, alcohol liaison, Commissioner’s Fund, crime figures

February

  • Monday 23 February 2015

    Including: Professionalism, community profiling, demand analysis, crime levels, crime recording, drink driving, stop and search, computer crime, use of digital technology, Public Service Bureau, sickness absence, occupational health, civil claims.

January

  • Friday 16 January 2015

    Including: Spending, National Crime Agency intelligence, obscene publication offences, Street to Suite initiative, mental health triage, call handling, precept, budget, Commissioner’s Fund.

December

  • Friday 12 December 2014

    Including: Vulnerable people, Local Profile, complaints handling, spending: police staff and officers, rural rape crisis centres, Barnardo’s, community remedy, community speedwatch, innovation fund, CCTV, IT.

November

  • Friday 14 November 2014

    Including: Access to policing, performance monitoring, hate crime, Operation Celtic, emergency charging, victim satisfaction, estate strategy, Rate Your Local Police, Rural Policing Strategy, Special Constables, HMIC

October

  • Friday 17 October 2014

    Including: Justice, sexual health data, domestic abuse and domestic crime, ASB (antisocial behaviour), restorative justice, victim service, CPS (Crime Prosecution Service) decisions, IOM (integrated offender management), digital policing, LCJB (Local Criminal Justice Board) inspection, community remedy, community trigger.

September

  • Friday 12 September 2014

    Including: Crime, cyber-crime, local resilience, civil contingencies, community speedwatch, MASH (Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub), public confidence data, offender testing, Special Constables, prison releases, drug intervention, ASB (antisocial behaviour), youth offending, community trigger.

August

  • Friday 15 August 2014

    Including: Professionalism, PCSO powers, sexual offences, sexual health data, violence against the person,community speedwatch, bail performance management, call handling, police vehicles used as ambulances, out of court disposals, HMIC, ANPR (automatic number plate recognition), MASH (Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub), Royal Humane Society

July

  • Friday 11 July 2014

    Including: Spending, digital policing, Action Fraud, sexual offences, reoffending, call handling, accounts, overtime, police force collaboration, ASB (antisocial behaviour), PCSO powers, HMIC, local resolution.

June

  • Friday 13 June 2014

    Including: Vulnerable people, violence against the person, reoffending, probation service, knife crime caution policy, domestic abuse, risk assessments, ASB (antisocial behaviour), call and response handling, sickness action plan, victim services, Bobby Van, HMIC, domestic abuse, child protection, MASH (Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub), Operation Baltic, violence against women, sexual violence

May

  • Friday 16 May 2014

    Including: Access to policing, call handling, pop-up tents, 101, Special Constables, Rural Policing Strategy, Neighbourhood Management, digital policing, Equalities, Welsh Language, NPAS (National Police Air Service), Community Remedy, ARVs (armed response vehicles)

April

  • Friday 11 April 2014

    Including: Justice, IOM (Integrated Offender Management), file quality, community remedy, restorative justice, custody, ASB (antisocial behaviour), community trigger, speed cameras.

March

  • Thursday 13 March 2014

    Including: Vulnerable people, hate crime, child protection, child safeguarding, sex offender management, domestic abuse, victim services, mental health triage, drug intervention programme, mediation, data quality.

February

  • Monday 03 February 2014

    Including: Professionalism, staff conduct, employment tribunals, HMIC, custody, young people, Operation Mistletoe, volunteer schemes, rape reporting, rape

January

  • Thursday 09 January 2014

    Including: Spending, HMIC, budget, neighbourhood management, Operation Baltic, mental health triage, out of court disposals, app, mediation, local resolution, redeployment, restorative justice, driver offender training, staff disciplinary and grievance.

December

  • Tuesday 17 December 2013

    Including: Crime, police force collaboration, user satisfaction survey, IT, ASB (antisocial behaviour), custody, digital interviewing, HMIC, domestic abuse, MASH (Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub), incentivisation fund

November

  • Monday 11 November 2013

    Including: Access to policing, equalities, Welsh language, engagement, consultation, web-design, Victim Support, digital policing, app, recruitment, neighbourhood policing, Special Constables, rural policing.

October

  • Friday 11 October 2013

    Including: Justice, Special Constables, speed awareness and seatbelt courses, Community Safety Partnerships, ANPR (automatic number plate recognition), Victim’s Support, external funding, domestic abuse, Local Criminal Justice Board

March