Putting your views to the Chief Constable
A key role of a Police and Crime Commissioner is to present the views of the public and hold the Chief Constable to account. One of the forums in which the Acting Commissioner fulfils this obligation is through his Business Coordination Board meetings.
The Business Coordination Board is a monthly meeting between the Acting Commissioner, Constabulary Chief Officers and senior officers of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, chaired by the Acting Police and Crime Commissioner. It is a forum in which current and future business is discussed between the senior leaders of the two bodies, focussing on issues relating to strategy, governance, business and holding the Chief Constable to account.
The Police and Crime Commissioner has a standing agenda item at Business Coordination Board meeting whereby public concerns and issues are put to the Chief Constable. Topics to be raised are taken from the Police and Crime Commissioner inbox (firstname.lastname@example.org), 1-1 surgeries, surveys, telephone calls and online meetings (due to current Covid restrictions) with representatives and stakeholders.
Public views raised at Business Coordination Board (BCB) meetings can be found below:
|Date||View from the public||Chief Constable response||Full agenda item|
|08/12/2020||Questions arising from Chief Constable’s proposed changes to neighbourhood policing||Full FAQs can be found here||BCB approved minutes here|