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Humberside Police and Crime Panel

Humberside Police and Crime Panel

What is the Police and Crime Panel?

The Police and Crime Panel (PCP)  for the Humberside Police area has been set up to scrutinise, support and challenge the Police and Crime Commissioner.

Following the Police and Crime Commissioner election on 5 May 2016, Keith Hunter was elected as the commissioner for the Humberside region. Full details of the results for the Humberside Police area can be found below.

The Police and Crime Panel has a number of powers and responsibilities, including:

  • Scrutinising the actions and decisions of the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC)
  • Reviewing the draft Police and Crime Plan to ensure local priorities have been considered
  • Scrutinising and commenting upon the Annual Report of the PCC
  • Reviewing and reporting on the precept proposed by the PCC. The panel has the right to veto the Commissioner's proposed policing precept (the money collected from Council Tax for policing)
  • Holding confirmation hearings for the proposed appointment of a Chief Constable and senior support staff

For details about the role of the PCC and to access other crime related information visit the Home Office website.

For further details about Keith Hunter and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside please visit the Police and Crime Commissioner's Office website.

2016 Police and Crime Commissioner election results

Details of the result of the election for the Police and Crime Commissioner for the Humberside Police area, held on 5 May 2016:

2012 Police and Crime Commissioner election results

Details of the result of the election of the Police and Crime Commissioner for the Humberside Police Areas held on 15 November 2012:

The four local authorities in the Humberside Police area (East Riding of Yorkshire, Hull, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire) are responsible for establishing and maintaining the PCP.  The Humberside Police and Crime Panel is made up of councillor members from each local authority, and a number of independent members.

North Lincolnshire Council is the lead authority for the panel.

Membership and Political Makeup of the Police and Crime Panel for the Humberside Police Force Area

North Lincolnshire Council Councillor Jonathan Evison (Conservative) Chair
Councillor Richard Hannigan (Conservative)
Hull City Council Councillor Sean Chaytor (Labour) Vice Chair
Councillor Danny Brown (Labour)
Councillor Linda Tock (Liberal Democrat)
East Riding of Yorkshire Council Councillor Jackie Cracknell (Conservative)
Councillor John Barrett (Conservative)
Councillor Mike Stathers (Conservative)
North East Lincolnshire Council Councillor David Bolton (Labour)
Councillor Dave Watson (Labour)
Independent Co-opted Members Mrs Susan Whittaker    
Vacancy
Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner Keith Hunter (Police and Crime Commissioner)          
Rachel Cook (Chief Executive, Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner)

With regard to the independent or community co-opted members, the Panel does not hold details of any public office that they may have.

Secretariat support for the Panel is currently provided by North Lincolnshire Council. If you wish to contact panel members, please contact Democratic Services at North Lincolnshire Council on policeandcrimepanel@northlincs.gov.uk or call 01724 296014.

Allowances

At present, no allowances are paid to any member of the Police and Crime Panel. With regard to councillors who hold appointments yielding enhanced councillor allowances, each of the four local authorities publish information on the allowances paid to councillors on their individual websites:

Future panel meetings will be held as follows:

Thursday 14 September 2017
Wednesday 8 November 2017
Thursday 4 January 2018
Wednesday 7 February 2018
Tuesday 27 March 2018  

All the above meetings will be held at the Humber Bridge Board Offices, Ferriby Road, Hessle, East Yorkshire, England, HU13 0JG.

The next meeting of the Humberside Police and Crime Panel will be as follows:   

 Date  Venue  Agenda  Reports Minutes
14 September 2017 Humber Bridge Board Offices, Ferriby Road, Hessle Agenda [PDF, 67.6Kb]

Agenda Item 6 Annual Report 2016 - 2017 [PDF, 2.45Mb]

Agenda Item 7 Delivery Plan 2017 - 2018 [PDF,3.02Mb]

 

 


Each meeting agenda will have an item on declarations of interest, so that the councillors and independent co-opted members can declare any interests that could conflict with some or all of the business to be discussed at the meeting.

If you would like to submit a question to a panel member to ask in a panel meeting please contact us on policeandcrimepanel@northlincs.gov.ukor call Democratic Services on 01724 296014.

Agendas, reports and minutes for past panel meetings can be found here once they become available.

2017 

Date

Venue

Agenda

Reports

Minutes

22 June 2017

East Riding of Yorkshire Council Offices, County Hall, Beverley

Agenda [PDF, 15Kb]

Agenda Item 8 Balanced Appointment Objective [PDF, 35Kb]

Agenda Item 9 PCC response to HMIC Child Protection report [PDF, 193Kb]

Agenda Item 13 Proposed Appointment of Chief Constable [PDF, 4Mb]

Confirmation Hearing Report [PDF, 63kb]

8 May 2017

Humber Bridge Board Offices

Agenda [PDF, 68.7Kb]

Agenda Item 6 National Child Protection Inspection [PDF, 209Kb]

Agenda Item 7 PCC Update [PDF, 567Kb]

Agenda Item 8 Association of Police and Crime Panels [PDF, 428Kb]

Agenda Item 9 Complaints Report [PDF, 76.1Kb]

 Minutes PCP 8 May 2017 [PDF, 28.2Kb]

6 February 2017

Humber Bridge Board Offices

Agenda  [PDF, 86Kb]

Item 7 Police Precept and Strategy  [PDF, 2Mb]

Police and Crime Panel Budget Response  [PDF, 297Kb]

Response to PCP Precept  [PDF, 35.3Kb]

Minutes PCP 6 February 2017  [PDF, 14.7Kb]

10 January 2017

Waters' Edge, Barton

Agenda [PDF, 68.7Kb]

Draft Plan [PDF, 1.03Mb]

Police and Crime Panel Plan Report [PDF, 284Kb]

Minutes 10 January 2017 [PDF, 153Kb]


2016 

Date Venue Agenda Reports Minutes

2 December 2016 10.30am

KCOM Stadium, Hull

Agenda [PDF, 71Kb]

Agenda Item 9 [PDF,651Kb]

Agenda Item 10 [PDF,707Kb]

Agenda Item 11 [PDF,155Kb]

Agenda Item 12
PDF,81.6Kb]

Minutes 2 December 2016[PDF, 170Kb]

25 October 2016
(on the rising of the ordinary meeting)

The Guildhall, Hull

 

Complaints Sub-Committee Agenda 25 October 2016 [PDF, 68kb]

Minutes CSC 25 October 2016[PDF, 127Kb]

25 October 2016

The Guildhall, Hull
(Confirmation hearing)

Agenda 25 October 2016 [PDF, 69Kb]

Agenda Item 5.1  [PDF,32.3Kb]
Agenda Item 5.2  [PDF,88.4Kb]
Agenda Item 5.3  [PDF, 51Kb]
Agenda Item 5.4  [PDF, 314Kb]

Confirmation hearing report and recommendations  [PDF, 142Kb]

Minutes 25 October 2016  [PDF, 101Kb]

3 August 2016
10am

The Guildhall, Hull

Agenda 3 August 2016  [PDF,10Kb]

No reports

Minutes 3 August 2016  [PDF, 152Kb]

27 June 2016

Humber Bridge Offices

Agenda 27 June 2016
[PDF, 71Kb]

Agenda Item 8
[PDF, 75Kb]

Agenda Item 9
[PDF, 169Kb]

Agenda Item 10
[PDF, 794Kb]

Agenda Item 11
[PDF, 72Kb]

Minutes 27 June 2016 [PDF, 150Kb]

23 March 2016

Humber Bridge Offices

Agenda [PDF, 11kb]

Agenda Item 6  [PDF, 860Kb]

Agenda Item 7 [PDF, 1Mb]

Agenda Item 8 [PDF,355Kb]

Agenda Item 9 [PDF, 14Kb]

Minutes 23 March 2016
[PDF, 159Kb]

5 February 2016

County Hall, Beverley

Agenda  [PDF, 20Kb]

Agenda Item 6.1 [PDF, 580Kb]

Agenda Item 6.2 [PDF, 154Kb]

PCP Budget Report [PDF, 231Kb]

PCC Response to Budget Report [PDF, 186Kb]

PCP Minutes 5 February 2016 [PDF,15Kb]

2015

 Date  Venue      Agenda  Reports   Minutes

21 December 2015

Humber Bridge Offices

Agenda [PDF, 12Kb]

Agenda Item 7[PDF, 910Kb]

Agenda Item 8[PDF, 31Kb]

PCP Minutes 21 December 2015  [PDF, 27kb]

27 October 2015

Hessle

Agenda [PDF, 15kb]

Agenda Item 6[PDF, 1Mb]

Agenda Item 7[PDF, 910Kb]

Agenda Item 9[PDF, 5Mb]

Agenda Item 10[PDF, 13Kb]

PCP Minutes 27 October 2015 [PDF, 29Kb]

8 September 2015

Hull

Agenda [PDF, 13Kb]

Agenda Item 7i [PDF, 314Kb]

Agenda Item 7ii [PDF, 319Kb]

PCP Minutes 8 September 2015 [PDF, 18Kb]

15 July 2015

Hessle

Agenda[PDF, 11kb]

Agenda Item 6[PDF, 58Kb]

Agenda Item 7[PDF, 544Kb]

PCP Minutes 15 July 2015 [PDF, 17Kb]

19 June 2015

Scunthorpe

Agenda[PDF, 12kb]

Agenda Item 8i [PDF, 9Kb]

Agenda Item 9[PDF, 38Kb]

Agenda Item 10 [PDF, 30Kb]

Agenda Item 11 [PDF, 245Kb]

Agenda Item 12 [PDF, 88Kb]

Agenda Item 13 [PDF, 15Kb] AMENDED

Agenda Item 19[PDF, 3Mb]

PCP Minutes June 2015[PDF, 30Kb]

3 February 2015

Scunthorpe

Agenda[PDF 21Kb]

Precept 15.16[PDF, 82Kb]

MTRS 15.20[PDF, 289Kb]

Appendix[PDF, 16Kb]

Covering Letter PCC Budget[PDF, 343Kb]

PCP Budget Report[PDF, 221Kb]

PCC Response to PCP Report[PDF, 107Kb]

21 January 2015

Hull

Agenda [PDF 11kb]

Agenda Item 6[PDF, 76Kb]

PCP Minutes 21 January 2015[PDF 24Kb]

2014

Date  Venue  Agenda  Reports  Minutes

18 December 2014

Grimsby

Agenda[PDF 12kb]

Agenda Item 6[PDF 215Kb]

Agenda Item 7[PDF 462Kb]

Agenda Item 8[PDF 65Kb]

Agenda Item 9[PDF 190Kb]

Agenda Item 10[PDF 33Kb]

Agenda Item 11[PDF 20Kb]

Agenda Item 12[PDF 12Kb]

PCP Minutes 18 December 2014 [PDF, 22Kb]

21 November 2014

Beverley

Agenda[PDF, 12kb]

Agenda Item 5.1 [PDF, 11Kb]

Agenda Item 5.2 [PDF, 19Kb]

Agenda Item 7.1 [PDF 1Mb]

PCP Minutes 21 November 2014 [PDF, 23Kb]

 

Agendas, reports and minutes for the Humberside Police and Crime Panel from its inception in November 2012 until June 2014 can be found on the North East Lincolnshire Council website.

When to make a complaint

If you have a complaint about the Police and Crime Commissioner or the Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner, you can make the complaint to us, the Police and Crime Panel.

Please do not make a complaint simply because you disagree with something the Commissioner or the Deputy has done, there must be some alleged fault, for example, you may think that they have not followed the proper procedure for taking a decision.

Please be aware that any complaints made alleging criminal conduct on behalf of the Commissioner or the Deputy will be referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) for investigation.

Where the complaint does not fall within the responsibility of the Police and Crime Panel, for example, if it relates to an issue of policing, the panel will contact you to confirm how the matter will be handled.

How to make a complaint

Members of the public who wish to submit a complaint may send the complaint to the panel on policeandcrimepanel@northlincs.gov.uk or alternatively to the Head of Democratic Services at North Lincolnshire Council, Civic Centre, Ashby Road, Scunthorpe, DN16 1AB.

The complete complaints procedure and summary documents are available to download:

A period of up to thirty minutes is made available for questions or statements submitted by members of the public who either live or work within the geographical area covered by the Police and Crime Panel for Humberside (subject to number of individuals present, up to five minutes per speaker at the discretion of the Chairman).

Questions or statements should be addressed to the Chairman of the Police and Crime Panel (PCP).

The PCP is a scrutiny body and exists to scrutinise the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) and therefore questions or statements must relate to the role and function of the PCP.

The PCP has the following main responsibilities:

  • The ability to review the PCC’s Police and Crime Plan and Annual Reports
  • Consider the PCC proposed appointment of a Chief Constable, with this panel having the power of veto over the appointment
  • Consider the proposed Council Tax precept to be set by the PCC with the panel having power of veto
  • Review certain senior appointments by the PCC
  • Scrutinise and support the activities of the PCC for Humberside. The police force area includes all four unitary council’s (Hull City Council, East Riding of Yorkshire Council, North Lincolnshire Council and North East Lincolnshire Council)
  • To consider complaints against the PCC of a non criminal nature

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside has agreed that he too will be available to answer questions raised from members of the public at panel meetings.

The deadline for submission of questions is five clear working days before the meeting in order that an appropriate answer to the question can be given.

Questions should be submitted by email to:

policeandcrimepanel@northlincs.gov.uk for the attention of the Head of Democratic Services, or written questions can be sent via post to the Head of Democratic Services. Civic Centre, Ashby Road, Scunthorpe, DN16 1AB.

A list of Speakers and Questions will be drawn up in order of receipt and copies of all questions and statements will be circulated to all panel members and will be made available to the public attending the meeting.

If assistance is required in presenting the question (for example, language interpreter) it will be necessary to give at least one week’s notice.

Each member of the public called will have up to five minutes to speak.

The question/statement must be exactly as previously submitted.

Each member of the public asking a question must give his or her name.

Each question shall be put and answered without discussion.

Nobody may submit more than one question or make more than one statement at the same meeting, but a supplementary question may be asked for clarification at the discretion of the Chairman.  There should only be one speaker for each subject.

If after the expiration of the thirty minutes, questions remain unanswered, steps will be taken to forward a written response.

If a member of the public is unable to attend the meeting to ask a question, a written response will be sent.

Questions from Police employees and/or on their employment matters will not be permitted, as there are other avenues to progress these matters.

The Secretary may redirect a question or statement if:

  • He/she feels that insufficient detail has been provided to enable a proper response to be provided.
  • It is not about a matter for which the PCP or PCC has a responsibility
  • It is defamatory, frivolous, offensive or repetitive
  • It is substantially the same as a question which has been put at a meeting of the PCP in the past six months
  • It requires the disclosure of confidential or exempt information

A record will be kept of each question and associated minute in a book open to public inspection (subject to confidential issues). Rejected questions and statements will include reasons for rejection.

Public speaking will only be allowed/administered on a quarterly basis, with a meeting taking place in each unitary council area.

Humberside Police and Crime Panel logo .jpg

Contact details

policeandcrimepanel@northlincs.gov.uk    
     
01724 296014    
     
Head of Democratic Services      
Civic Centre
Ashby Road
Scunthorpe
North Lincolnshire
DN16 1AB

For all media enquiries contact 
     
Sarah Howe, Senior Media Relations Officer
     
sarah.howe@northlincs.gov.uk

01724 296353

Opening hours

Monday to Thursday: 8.30am to 5pm

Friday: 8.30am to 4.30pm

Last updated: 11/09/2017
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