Safer Neighbourhood Panels, set up by the Police and Crime Commissioner, are made up of local residents, local councillors and magistrates who meet regularly with their area’s local policing commander.
The panels shape local policing and community safety and shine the spotlight on the work done by police in their area to ensure greater transparency and help build public confidence. They examine the impact of policing, community resolutions and restorative justice, on their communities.
Panel members receive training to help them carry out their role so that they can be involved in innovative work such as examining body camera footage captured during “stop and searches” by local officers. Safer Neighbourhood Panels give local people the opportunity to hold policing in their area to account.
Below are the agenda and minutes to safer neighbourhood panels.
Previous minutes and agendas are available from Ella Smith, Tel: 01785 619595, e-mail: email@example.com
|2 May 2018 (pdf 112kb)||2 May 2018 (pdf 111kb)|
|7 February 2018 (pdf 112kb)||7 February 2018 (pdf 117kb)|
|6 December 2017 (pdf 111kb)||6 December 2017 (pdf 110kb)|
|18 October 2017 (pdf 112kb)||18 October 2017 (pdf 105kb)|
|19 July 2017 (pdf 119kb)||19 July 2017 (pdf 111kb)|
|21 June 2017 (pdf 119kb)||21 June 2017 (pdf 113kb)|
|1 February 2017 (pdf 160kb)|
|20 September 2016 (pdf 154kb)||20 September 2016 (pdf 199kb)|
|8 June 2016 (pdf 200kb)|
|9 March 2016 (pdf 195kb)|