A meeting of Leicestershire Police and Crime Commissioner’s Ethics, Integrity and Complaints Committee is scheduled to take place on Friday 23 June at Leicestershire Police Headquarters.
The Committee will consider a report presented by the Deputy Chief Constable on Operation Darwin – the Force’s change programme.
Also on the agenda is a discussion regarding the PCC’s Police and Crime Plan, followed by two ethical dilemmas.
The committee was established to help the PCC deliver transparency to the public and hold the Force to account for its decisions as well as ensure the highest level of integrity and professionalism is maintained.
The independent panel meets four times a year and considers a host of issues in regard to the delivery of police services in Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland including professional conduct cases and updates on performance.
Meetings are held in public and residents are able to attend and observe proceedings. Minutes are also available on the PCC’s website at: http://www.leics.pcc.police.uk/Transparency/Meetings/Ethics-Integrity-and-Complaints-Meetings/Agenda-and-Papers-Ethics-Committee.aspx
The meeting takes place on Friday at 2pm in the main conference room at Police Headquarters in Enderby.
Please note that, due to the capacity of the room and for health and safety requirements, all potential attendees are requested to notify Nisha Pabari at the Police and Crime Commission’s Office - email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Posted on Tuesday 20th June 2017