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Do you have a question for the Police and Crime Panel?

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Aug 282019
 

Anyone living, working or studying in the West Midlands can submit a written question to the Police and Crime Panel or suggest an area of work.

Email questions to wmpcp@birmingham.gov.uk , or write to us or use the online form on our Getting Involved page.

The next Panel meeting is on Monday 9 September 2019 (2pm, Birmingham Council House). Questions for this meeting should arrive by 4 September.

Questions must relate to the Panel’s role and responsibilities scrutinising and supporting the Police and Crime Commissioner. Questions should not be about operational police matters, or personal cases, or be for the Police and Crime Commissioner who has separate arrangements.

More information about submitting a question is on our Getting Involved page.

Panel recommends appointment of Ashley Bertie as Deputy PCC

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Aug 282019
 

The Panel held a Confirmation Hearing for the Police and Crime Commissioner’s proposed appointment of Ashley Bertie as Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner.

The Panel is required to hold Confirmation Hearings for key appointments made by the Police and Crime Commissioner. At the Hearing on 15 July 2019 the Panel reviewed the proposed appointment and put questions to Mr Bertie, before making a recommendation to the Commissioner.

The Panel recommended the Commissioner should appoint Ashley Bertie as Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner. A copy of the Panel’s letter has been published on the Panel website.

The Hearing papers and the web stream of the meeting are also available on this website.

The Panel wish Mr Bertie well in his new role.

Meeting 16 March 2020 2pm

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Jul 222019
 

The agenda will be published here a week before the meeting.

For local bus routes and train information to the venue visit Network West Midlands.

Public questions for this meeting should be sent to us by  11 March 2020.

Anyone living, working or studying in the West Midlands can submit a written question to the Police and Crime Panel or suggest an area of work. Our Getting Involved page has more information about submitting a question and an online form.

Questions must relate to the Panel’s role and responsibilities scrutinising and supporting the Police and Crime Commissioner. Questions should not be about operational police matters, or personal cases, or be for the Police and Crime Commissioner who has separate arrangements.

Meeting 3 February 2020 2pm

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Jul 222019
 

The agenda will be published here a week before the meeting.

For local bus routes and train information to the venue visit Network West Midlands.

Public questions for this meeting should be sent to us by  29 January 2020.

Anyone living, working or studying in the West Midlands can submit a written question to the Police and Crime Panel or suggest an area of work. Our Getting Involved page has more information about submitting a question and an online form.

Questions must relate to the Panel’s role and responsibilities scrutinising and supporting the Police and Crime Commissioner. Questions should not be about operational police matters, or personal cases, or be for the Police and Crime Commissioner who has separate arrangements.

Meeting 13 January 2020 2pm

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Jul 222019
 

The agenda will be published here a week before the meeting.

For local bus routes and train information to the venue visit Network West Midlands.

Public questions for this meeting should be sent to us by  8 January 2020.

Anyone living, working or studying in the West Midlands can submit a written question to the Police and Crime Panel or suggest an area of work. Our Getting Involved page has more information about submitting a question and an online form.

Questions must relate to the Panel’s role and responsibilities scrutinising and supporting the Police and Crime Commissioner. Questions should not be about operational police matters, or personal cases, or be for the Police and Crime Commissioner who has separate arrangements.

Meeting 25 November 2019 2pm, Birmingham Council House

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Jul 222019
 

The agenda will be published here a week before the meeting.

The meeting will be webcast – watch live from 2pm

Birmingham Council House
Victoria Square
Birmingham
B1 1BB

For local bus routes and train information to the venue visit Network West Midlands.

Public questions for this meeting should be sent to us by  20 November 2019.

Anyone living, working or studying in the West Midlands can submit a written question to the Police and Crime Panel or suggest an area of work. Our Getting Involved page has more information about submitting a question and an online form.

Questions must relate to the Panel’s role and responsibilities scrutinising and supporting the Police and Crime Commissioner. Questions should not be about operational police matters, or personal cases, or be for the Police and Crime Commissioner who has separate arrangements.

Meeting 9 September 2019 2pm, Birmingham Council House

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Jul 222019
 

AGENDA WMPCP 09-SEPT-2019

ITEM 04 WMPCP DRAFT Minutes 15 JUL 2019

ITEM 06 PCP Rules of Procedure Refresh WMPCP 15 JUL 19 Pack

ITEM 07 REVIEW OF PCC ANNUAL REPORT WMPCP 09-SEPT-2019

ITEM 08 PCC 18-19 OUTTURN 09-SEPT-2019

ITEM 09 PCC MTFP 09-SEPT-2019

ITEM 10 PCC RECENT DECISIONS WMPCP 09-SEP-2019

ITEM 11 WORK PROGRAMME WMPCP 09-SEPT-2019

The meeting will be webcast – watch live from 2pm

Birmingham Council House
Victoria Square
Birmingham
B1 1BB

For local bus routes and train information to the venue visit Network West Midlands.

Public questions for this meeting should be sent to us by  4 September 2019.

Anyone living, working or studying in the West Midlands can submit a written question to the Police and Crime Panel or suggest an area of work. Our Getting Involved page has more information about submitting a question and an online form.

Questions must relate to the Panel’s role and responsibilities scrutinising and supporting the Police and Crime Commissioner. Questions should not be about operational police matters, or personal cases, or be for the Police and Crime Commissioner who has separate arrangements.

Police and Crime Panel Elects Chair and Vice-Chair

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Jul 222019
 

Cllr Narinder Kaur Kooner Panel Vice Chair and Cllr Ken Hawkins Panel Chair

West Midlands Police and Crime Panel members elected councillor Ken Hawkins (Solihull) as Panel Chair and councillor Narinder Kaur Kooner (Birmingham) as Vice Chair for the 2019/2020 Municipal Year.

The full membership can be found here.

Panel responds to WMCA consultation on transfer of PCC powers to West Midlands Mayor

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Jan 092019
 

The Police and Crime Panel has responded to the West Midlands Combined Authority consultation on changes to police governance from 2020. Read our full response WMPCP Statement on WMCA Stage 1 Consultation

The West Midlands Combined Authority is consulting the public and key stakeholders on proposals to transfer the powers and responsibilities of the Police and Crime Commissioner to the West Midlands Mayor from 2020.

The Panel plays a key role in police governance by scrutinising the Police and Crime Commissioner.

On 26 November 2018 Andy Street, West Midlands Mayor and WMCA officers set out the proposals, together with the Stage 1 consultation questions and their consultation and engagement plan.  More details and a link to the consultation questionnaire can be found here.

The Police and Crime Commissioner also outlined his views on the two roles merging. These are set out on his website

Following the meeting the Panel submitted its response to the Stage One consultation.

The Panel will consider the Stage Two public consultation questions on 4 February, before submitting a further response.

The West Midlands Combined Authority Board is expected to consider the outcome of the consultation in March 2019