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Staffordshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel

The role of Police and Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire was created in 2012 to oversee the provision of effective and efficient policing services, including community safety and crime prevention.

At that time the Staffordshire Police and Crime Panel was also created to represent the public in holding the Commissioner to account.

On 1 August 2018 the Commissioners remit was extended to include governance of the Fire and Rescue Service in Staffordshire.  The role is now entitled Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire and the Panel's remit was extended to reflect this.

The Panel's Role

The specific role of the panel is 'to scrutinise the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, to promote openness in the transaction of Police and Fire and Rescue business and also to support the Commissioner in the effective exercise of their functions'.

Find out more about the role of the Panel on the Staffordshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel Committee details webpage.

Membership

The Staffordshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel is made up of one representative of each of the principal local authorities in the County, together with two independent members.  Find out more about the membership of the Panel on the Staffordshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel Committee details webpage.

Transparency Data

The Home Office provides funding to Panels to cover support, running costs and expenses.

A condition of the grant being awarded is that its allocation is publicised.

View the expenditure for 2017/18
PDF DocumentView the expenditure for 2016/17 (8 KB)
PDF DocumentView the expenditure for 2015/16 (14 KB) 

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