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Reports and executive responses

Scrutiny select committee reports summarise the information Councillors have heard as part of a Scrutiny Review, draw together some conclusions and make recommendations to improve services.

A scrutiny review report is agreed by the relevent Select Committee and then sent to the Cabinet Member for consideration. The Cabinet Member then provides a response to the Select Committee with an action plan to implement the recommendations or reasons why a recommendation has not been agreed. Health Scrutiny reports may also be sent to the Chief Executives of NHS Trusts and the Chairs of  Clinical Commissioning Groups for their  responses. A response is required within 28 days. 

The latest scrutiny reports and the responses to them can be accessed below.


 

Scrutiny reports 2018

MTFS 2018 2023 working group

Outcomes of overview and scrutiny work, May to December 2017


 

Scrutiny reports 2017

MTFS 2017-2022 working group

Preventing obesity

Outcomes of overview and scrutiny work, November 2016 to May 2017


 

Scrutiny reports 2016

Outcomes of overview and scrutiny work, April to October 2016

Outcomes of overview and scrutiny work, January to March 2016

Preventing the low level neglect of children in Staffordshire

Working together to address the impact of HGVs/HCVs on roads in Staffordshire

Infrastructure+ review of scrutiny of governance and reporting arrangements to Prosperous Staffordshire Select Committee

Emotional wellbeing and mental health services

Medium-term financial strategy 2016-2021


 

Further information

For more information about any of the reports please contact us: 

Email: democracy@staffordshire.gov.uk

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