Strategic Executive Board
Through the Strategic Executive Board (the Board), the Commissioner scrutinises performance against the Police and Crime Plan, monitors policing performance and the policing budget. The Board is the decision making forum for the Police and Crime Commissioner and, where appropriate, in consultation with the Chief Constable.
The Board is chaired by the Commissioner and members include the Deputy Commissioner, the Chief Constable, Deputy Chief Constable, the Assistant Chief Constable, the Director of Finance and Resources of the police force and the Chief Executive and Chief Finance Officer of the Commissioner’s office.
The full terms of reference for the board can be accessed here
The Strategic Executive Board Minutes can be accessed below.
21 January 2020
12 November 2019
25 July 2019
12 April 2019
31 January 2019
17 October 2018
26 July 2018
17 April 2018
Complaints and Reviews
The Police and Crime Commissioner has 3 main duties in relation to complaints and reviews, they are:-
(1) Appropriate Authority to consider complaints about the Chief Constable,
(2) Duty to hold the Chief Constable to account in providing an effective and efficient complaints process, and
(3) Relevant Review Body of some police complaints.
The informaion on how the Police and Crime Commissioner meets these statutory duties can be accessed here
At the quarterly Professional Standards Scrutiny Board meetings held with the Deputy Chief Constable and Professional Standards Department the Police and Crime Commissioner scrutinises the manner in which complaints and misconduct allegations are dealt with by North Wales Police. The full terms of reference can be accessed here.
Quarterly and Annual statistics are published by the Independent Office for Police Conduct, this information can be accessed here.
Scrutiny Panel of Out of Court Disposals
Out of Courts Disposals are independently assessed and scrutinised by the North Wales Scrutiny Panel. The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner is represented on the Scrutiny Panel along with Magistrates’ Bench Chairs, representatives from Youth Offending Teams, North Wales Probation Trust, Crown Prosecution Service, Victim Support, Force’s Administration of Justice Department and Local Policing Service.
The panel can make recommendations, feedback on individual cases to officers, communicate findings, promote best practice and identify potential policy development or training needs for consideration by the force or other agency involved. The panel cannot change the original outcome of a case and all personal information is removed prior to scrutiny.