It is important the public can see that their local police service is being run efficiently and effectively and that measures to support victims and prevent and reduce crime are in place. The Commissioner holds the Chief Constable to account in delivering against the priorities of the Police and Crime Plan and also and ensures that the force’s performance reporting mechanisms are meaningful and fit-for-purpose.
A performance summary is produced for the Commissioner by Warwickshire Police on a quarterly basis. This is is also supplied to the Police and Crime Panel. You can find the latest report below:
A full archive of the performance reports can be found here.
The Commissioner holds the Chief Constable to account on police performance and carefully scrutinises the data produced by the force. Please see below the most recent questions posed to Warwickshire Police in relation to performance and the answers received back from the force.
Covid-19 Questions and Answers
On May 5, 2020, the Performance Accountability Meeting featured questions on topics suggested by the public or extrapolated from the general themes of correspondence to the OPCC. The PCC, in his holding to account role, put these questions to Chief Constable Martin Jelley and Assistant Chief Constable Debbie Tedds. Topics covered included the force’s handling of Covid-19 restrictions, crime trends, domestic abuse and victims’ services, road safety, partnership working, finance and health and wellbeing.
You can find a full set of questions and the answers given by the force on the link below.