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 here.
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.
The Police and Crime Panel membership
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
Independent Co-opted Members
Mrs Susan Whittaker
Apply for the vacancy of Independent Co-opted Member on the Police and Crime Panel
The appointment of Independent Co-0ptees provides an opportunity to readjust the experience, knowledge and skills across the membership of a Police and Crime Panel. If you wish to apply please download, complete and return the documents below or contact 01724 296014 for the application pack to be forwarded to you.
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 email@example.com or call 01724 296014.