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Police Performance

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.

As part of improving transparency the PCC must publish some commentary against the National Policing and Crime Measures. You can read all about this here National Policing and Crime Measure reporting

Until March 2022 the Commissioner held a monthly Performance and Accountability Meeting as part of the arrangements for Holding to Account.  Following the publication of the new Police and Crime Plan 2021-2025 the arrangements for Holding to Account have been reviewed, and performance will now be scrutinised through the Governance and Performance Board.  Minutes will be published following the meetings. The first meeting will take place on 26 April 2022.




The performance summary is also supplied to the Police and Crime Panel for their review at their Performance Working Group.

A full archive of the performance reports can be found here.

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