Sarah Fradgley

Meeting, 23 July 2018 3.30pm, Birmingham Council House

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Jul 102018
 

Committee Room 6
Birmingham Council House
Victoria Square
Birmingham
B11BB

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

Public questions for this meeting should be sent to us by 17 July 2018. Questions must relate to the Panel’s role scrutinising and supporting the Police and Crime Commissioner, or its statutory duties. Questions should not be about operational police matters or personal cases. Our Getting Involved page has more information about submitting a question to the panel and an online form.

AGENDA WMPCP 23-JUL-2018

ITEM 3 Panel Membership 201819 WMPCP 23-JUL-2018

WMPCP Minutes 19-MAR-2018

ITEM 9 PCP Budget report WMPCP 23 JUL 18

ITEM 10 PCC Budget Outturn WMPCP 23-JUL-2018

ITEM 11 PCC RECENT DECISIONS 23-JUL-2018

ITEM 12 PCP WORK PROGRAMME 23-JUL-18

Meeting 19 March 2018, 2pm, Coventry Council House

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Mar 082018
 

Diamond Room 2
Coventry Council House
Earl Street
Coventry
CV1 5RR

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Public questions for this meeting should be sent to us by 13 March 2018. Questions must relate to the Panel’s role scrutinising and supporting the Police and Crime Commissioner, or its statutory duties. Questions should not be about operational police matters or personal cases. Our Getting Involved page has more information about submitting a question to the panel and an online form.

AGENDA WMPCP 19-MAR-18

WMPCP Minutes 05-FEB-2018

ITEM 5 – Youth Justice Reform

ITEM 6 – Estates Programme 2018 WMPCP 19-MAR-2018

Item 7 – See report here 

ITEM 9 PCC decisions WMPCP 19-MAR-2018

Meeting 5 February 2018, 2pm, Birmingham Council House

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Jan 242018
 

The meeting can now be viewed at http://civico.net/birmingham/democratic-services/3717

We apologise for the sound problems,  the written minutes will be available soon

Following the meeting the Panel published its report on the 2018/19 precept proposal.

AGENDA WMPCP 05-FEB-18

WMPCP Minutes 15-JAN-2018

ITEM 6 PCC Report on Policing Precept and Budget for 201819

ITEM 6 Appendix 2

ITEM 7 PCC decisions WMPCP 05-FEB-2018

ITEM 8 Work Programme WMPCP 05-FEB-2018

Meeting 31 July 2017, 2pm, Sandwell Council House

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AGENDA WMPCP 31-JUL-17

Item 3 – ITEM 3 Panel Membership 201718 WMPCP 31-JUL-17

Item 6 –  WMPCP FINAL Minutes 20-MAR-2017

ITEM 9 WMP2020 update WMPCP 31-JUL-17

ITEM 10 Mental Health update WMPCP 31-JUL-17

ITEM 11 PCC decisions WMPCP 31-JUL-17

ITEM 12 Annual Complaints WMPCP 31-JUL-17

ITEM 13 WMPCP Work Programme 31-JUL-17

 

Panel reviews and accepts the 2016-17 policing precept

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Feb 082016
 

The West Midlands Police and Crime Panel has accepted the £5 increase to the policing precept proposed by the Police and Crime Commissioner, David Jamieson.

The Panel, that had the power to veto the proposal, accepted the increase after a detailed question and answer session with the Police and Crime Commissioner on 1st February.

The increase is based on an average precept increase of £5. This would produce a charge for each property band for 2016/17, as follows:-

    2015/16 2016/17    
  Statutory Proportion Precept

 

£ : p

Precept

 

£ : p

Change

Annual

£ : p

Change

Weekly

£ : p

A   6/9 71.03 74.36 3.33 0.06
B   7/9 82.87 86.76 3.89 0.07
C   8/9 94.71 99.15 4.44 0.09
D   9/9 106.55 111.55 5.00 0.10
E 11/9 130.23 136.34 6.11 0.12
F 13/9 153.91 161.13 7.22 0.14
G 15/9 177.58 185.91 8.33 0.16
H 18/9 213.10 223.10 10.00 0.19

 

The Panel’s report has been published on the Panel website at http://westmidlandspcp.co.uk/publications/

The Panel also discussed the Police and Crime Commissioner’s budget proposals. Members welcomed his continued commitment to passport community safety funding to Community Safety Partnerships, but questioned him on his decision to reduce this funding by 25% warning that it would be very difficult to absorb any further cuts.

The Panel also challenged the level of budget reserves, particularly those held as a contingency. Members noted the plans to spend reserves over the coming years and asked for greater transparency on their use.

The precept is the part of the council tax that pays for policing. The Police and Crime Commissioner must present his proposals each year to the Police and Crime Panel.

The Panel, made up of councillors from the 7 West Midlands local councils and two independent members, must review the proposal and agree, made recommendations, or veto the Commissioner’s proposal.

Panel’s Community Safety Funding report published this week

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Jan 202016
 

The Police and Crime Panel has published its scrutiny inquiry report into the West Midland’s Police and Crime Commissioner’s (PCC) arrangements for Community Safety Grants.

The Panel explored whether the current approach of dividing community safety funding between the seven districts was the most efficient and most likely to secure real outcomes for people. Questions were also posed on the grant conditions and monitoring arrangements.

The Panel’s report contains five principles for the PCC to consider when making a final decision on future funding (A local funding approach is vital, simplified monitoring arrangements, longer term funding, revisiting the proposed grant cuts and exploring opportunities for joint working across the districts).

The PCC has responded to our report. The report and the PCC’s response can be found on our publications webpage.

Meeting 7 March 2016, 2pm, Sandwell Council House

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Sandwell Council House
Freeth Street
Oldbury
B69 3DB

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Public questions for this meeting should be sent to us by 2 March. Our Getting Involved page has more information about submitting a question to the panel and an online form.

AGENDA WMPCP 07-MAR-16

ITEM 2 WMPCP Minutes 1-FEB-2016

ITEM 5 Neighbourhood Policing Report of PCC 07-MAR-16

ITEM 6 Restorative Justice Report of PCC 07-MAR-16

ITEM 7 Home Office Consultation on PCC Complaints WMPCP 07-Mar-2016

ITEM 8 Work programme planning for 2016-2017 WMPCP 07 MAR 16

ITEM 9 Recent PCC Decisions WMPCP 07-MAR-16

 

Meeting 1 February 2016, 2pm Birmingham Council House

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Committee Rooms 3 and 4
Birmingham Council House
Victoria Square
Birmingham
B1 1BB

For local bus routes and train information visit Network West Midlands or call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33.

Public questions for this meeting should be sent to us by 27th January. Our Getting Involved page has more information about submitting a question to the panel and an online form.

AGENDA WMPCP 01-FEB-16 v2

WMPCP Minutes 18-JAN-2016

ITEM 6 Panel Review of Precept and Budget 201617 WMPCP 01-FEB-16

ITEM 7 Responding to National Threats WMPCP 1-FEB-16

ITEM 8 Recruitment of Independent Panel Members WMPCP 01-FEB-2016

ITEM 9 Work Programme WMPCP 1-FEB-16

Do you have a question for the Panel?

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Dec 292015
 
Anyone living, working or studying in the West Midlands can ask the Police and Crime Panel a question or suggest an area of work. Further details about how to submit your question and an on-line form are available.

The deadline for questions for our next meeting (1 February 2016 2pm) is 27th January 2016.

Tme is given at each meeting to hear public questions. Don’t worry if you can’t attend a meeting, we will still consider your question and send you our response.

For your question to be eligible it must relate to the Panel’s role and responsibilities. Please note, the Police and Crime Commissioner has separate arrangements for dialogue with the public.

Questions to the Panel may not

  • require the disclosure of confidential or exempt information
  • be defamatory, frivolous, vexatious or offensive
  • repeat a question asked before
  • refer to any matter of a personal nature