Agenda

Warwickshire Police and Crime Panel - Thursday 23 June 2022 2.00 pm

Venue: Council Chamber, Shire Hall. View directions

Contact: John Cole  Democratic Services Officer

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Items
No. Item

1.

Appointment of Chair to the Warwickshire Police and Crime Panel

To appoint a Chair of the Police and Crime Panel for the 2022/23 municipal year.

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2.

Appointment of Vice Chair to the Warwickshire Police and Crime Panel

To appoint a Vice Chair of the Police and Crime Panel for the 2022/23 municipal year.

 

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3.

General

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3(1)

Apologies

To receive any apologies from members of the Panel

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3(2)

Disclosures of Pecuniary and Non-Pecuniary Interests

Members are required to register their disclosable pecuniary interests within 28 days of their election of appointment to the Council. ?Any changes to matters registered or new matters that require to be registered must be notified to the Monitoring Officer as soon as practicable after they arise.

 

A member attending a meeting where a matter arises in which they have a disclosable pecuniary interest must (unless ?they have a dispensation):

 

        Declare the interest if ?they have not already registered it

        Not participate in any discussion or vote

        Leave the meeting room until the matter has been dealt with

        Give written notice of any unregistered interest to the Monitoring Officer within 28 days of the meeting

 

Non-pecuniary interests relevant to the agenda should be declared at the commencement of the meeting.

 

The public reports referred to are available on the Warwickshire Web https://democracy.warwickshire.gov.uk/uuCoverPage.aspx?bcr=1

 

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3(3)

Minutes of the Previous Meetings pdf icon PDF 252 KB

To consider the minutes of the meetings held on 7 April 2022 and 25 April 2022.

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3(4)

Public Speaking

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4.

Report of the Police and Crime Commissioner pdf icon PDF 735 KB

The Report is attached for consideration and comment by the Panel.

 

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5.

Annual Report of the Police and Crime Commissioner 2021/22 pdf icon PDF 2 MB

The Report is attached for consideration and comment by the Panel.

 

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6.

Appointment of Working Groups pdf icon PDF 150 KB

To confirm the continued establishment of the Budget Working Group and the Planning and Performance Working Group and confirm their membership. A minimum of three members is advised for each Group.

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7.

Annual Report of the Police and Crime Panel 2021/22 pdf icon PDF 106 KB

The Report is attached for consideration and comment by the Panel.

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8.

Areas of Community Concern

A regular item at Panel meetings to consider issues flagged by residents that may require the intervention of the PCC. It is not proposed to raise single local issues, but rather provide a means to evaluate the strategic implications of residents’ concerns.

 

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9.

Work Programme pdf icon PDF 318 KB

To consider and review the Panel’s Work Programme.

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10.

Dates of Meetings

To note the arrangements for future meetings. All Police and Crime Panel meetings start at 2pm, unless specified otherwise. The following meetings are scheduled at Shire Hall, Warwick:

 

·       22 September 2022

·       17 November 2022

·       6 February 2023

·       6 April 2023

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11.

Any Urgent Items

At the discretion of the Chair, items may be raised which are considered urgent (please notify Democratic Services in advance of the meeting).

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12.

Reports Containing Confidential or Exempt Information

To consider passing the following resolution:

 

“That members of the public be excluded from the meeting for the items mentioned below on the grounds that their presence would involve the disclosure of exempt information as defined in paragraph 7 of Part 1 of Schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972.”

13.

Complaints

To consider any complaints received and considered regarding the conduct of the Police and Crime Commissioner.