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Hertfordshire Police and Crime Panel
 
The Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 introduced significant changes in police governance and accountability. Police Authorities were replaced by directly elected Police and Crime Commissioners. On 5 May 2016, voters re-elected Mr David Lloyd to serve as Hertfordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner. The Commissioner has been given responsibility for the way policing is delivered in the county and will hold the Chief Constable to account for running the force. The Commissioner will decide how funding related to policing and crime reduction is allocated and, in consultation with the Chief Constable, set the strategic direction and objectives of the force through his Police and Crime Plan. For further information about the Hertfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner, please visit the Commissioner's website.
 
The Hertfordshire Police and Crime Panel has been established to scrutinise and support the work of the Commissioner. The Commissioner is required to consult with the Panel on his plans for policing, as well as the precept (the money collected from council tax for policing) and certain key appointments. Broxbourne Borough Council is the host local authority for the Panel and provides administrative and other support to the Panel and its members. All agendas, papers and minutes from previous Panel meetings are available. 
 
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Vacancy for a Co-opted Independent Member
 
 
The Hertfordshire Police and Crime Panel seeks an enthusiastic individual, who either lives or works in Hertfordshire, to serve as a co-opted independent member for a four year term from February 2017. The commitment required from a member of the Panel is on average one day every two months, including preparation time. Meetings are generally held in the evenings at locations across Hertfordshire. All Panel members receive induction and other appropriate training and are able to claim reasonable travelling expenses. 
 
The Panel wishes to reflect the breadth of communities in Hertfordshire and welcomes applications from all eligible people irrespective of gender, ethnic origin, religious beliefs, etc.
 
For a copy of the application pack, please click here or telephone 01992 785650
 
The closing date for applications is 31 December 2016
 
 
 
 
Minutes of the 10 November 2016 meeting
 
​The minutes of this meeting are now available.
 
 
 
 
 
Report on the Police and Crime Commissioner's proposed precept
 
​Th​e Hertfordshire Police and Crime Panel has published its report​ to support the Commissioner's proposed​ precept of £147.00 for Band D properties. The Commissioner has also responded​ to the Panel's report.
 
 
 
Report on the Police and Crime Commissioner's appointment of his Chief Finance Officer
 
​Th​e Hertfordshire Police and Crime Panel has published its report​ to support the Commissioner's proposed appointment of Mr Mike Collier as his Chief Finance Officer.
 
 
 
Report on the Police and Crime Commissioner's draft Police and Crime Plan
 
The Hertfordshire Police and Crime Panel​ has published its report​ on the Police and Crime Commissioner's draft Police and Crime Plan.
 
 
 
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