Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping will hear how the Anti-Social Behaviour Act will impact on policing at a meeting to be held at County Hall, West Bridgford on Friday 23 May.
Pete Moyes, Director of the Nottingham Crime and Drugs Partnership, will outline to the Commissioner and his executive team how the new legislation enshrined by the Act, which received Royal Assent in March this year will impact on local policing and community safety. The discussion will also include views from members of the Nottinghamshire Police senior officer team.
The agenda also covers an update report from the Chief Constable, scrutiny of the latest police performance plus reports on budgets and resources.
The Strategic Resources and Performance meeting, which starts at 10.30am, is open to members of the public if they wish to observe the debates.
The full agenda can be downloaded here
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Posted on Tuesday 20th May 2014