The Suffolk Police and Crime Panel is a joint committee, established according to Schedule 6, Part 2, clause 4(5)(b) of the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011. The Panel is responsible for supporting and challenging the Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC).
The Police and Crime Panel has 13 members in total, comprising four county councillors, one representative from each of the seven District and Borough Councils in Suffolk, and two independent co-opted members. The Panel is politically balanced, with the 11 local authority councillor representatives appointed to achieve political proportionality across Suffolk.
Paul Daltry (Co-opted)
|Committee Meeting Dates|
|You are welcome to attend the following public meetings of Suffolk County Council. Please note that the papers and agendas for the meetings are available on the web five days before the meeting and all meetings are held at Endeavour House unless otherwise stated.|
|Police and Crime Panel||Friday 10 July 2015||10:30 am|
|Police and Crime Panel||Friday 9 October 2015||10:30 am|
|Police and Crime Panel||Friday 29 January 2016||10:30 am|
|Police and Crime Panel||Friday 18 March 2016||10:30 am|
|Police and Crime Panel||Friday 8 July 2016||10:30 am|
|Police and Crime Panel||Friday 7 October 2016||10:30 am|
|Police and Crime Panel||Tuesday 31 January 2017||10:30 am|
|Police and Crime Panel||Friday 17 March 2017||10:30 am|
Dates for this committee after May 2016 will be reconsidered by the County Council at the Annual General Meeting on 26 May 2016.