|Why do we have a Commissioner?|
Proposed changes to the Police governance structure became a reality in September 2011 after the Coalition Government passed the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act . This means that from November 2012, Police Authorities ceased to exist and have been replaced with directly-elected Police and Crime Commissioners.
To find out more about the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act visit www.legislation.gov.uk
|Learn more about the role of Commissioners|
The Home Office website contains a dedicated section of information about Police and Crime Commissioners responsibilities and partnership working. These pages will continue to grow and are a hub of the latest Commissioner news and information.
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|Freedom of Information (FOI)|
If you wish to find out more about Freedom of Information please go to our Freedom of Information page.
|Specified Information Order|
The Elected Local Policing Bodies (Specified Information) (Amendment) Order 2012
In order to comply with the Freedom of Information Act 2000 we will be routinely publishing a range of information in this section relating to decisions, registers and other matters of public interest.
Please revisit this section on a regular basis for updates.
Disclosable Interest Forms can be found for the following on the Lists & Registers page.
- Paddy Tipping Disclosable Interests
- Chris Cutland Disclosable Interests
- Kevin Dennis Disclosable Interests
- Charlotte Radford Disclosable Interests
- James Molloy Disclosable Interests
| Monitoring and Inspecting Policy|
Police and Crime Commissioners are not the only ones who monitor police performance and inspect the quality of work delivered.
Her Majesty's Inspectors of Constabulary (HMIC) independently assesses police forces and policing activity from neighbourhood teams to serious crime and the fight against terrorism - in the public interest.
See the views of HMIC on:
To learn more about the work of HMIC visit www.hmic.gov.uk
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