Consultation outcome

Enabling police and crime commissioners to sit and vote on combined fire and rescue authorities

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Government response to consultation on enabling police and crime commissioners (PCCs) to sit and vote on combined fire and rescue authorities (FRAs)

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Detail of outcome

The government has responded to the consultation on enabling police and crime commissioners to sit and vote on combined fire and rescue authorities. You can download the document summarising the findings and how we intend to proceed.

Original consultation

Summary

We are seeking views on the proposal to vary the combination schemes of combined fire and rescue authorities to implement the ‘representation model’ of the Policing and Crime Act 2017.

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Consultation description

These provisions will enable police and crime commissioners and combined fire and rescue authorities (FRAs) to consider the ‘representation model’ as an option for promoting greater collaboration between the 2 services. As required by the 2004 Act, before such amendments are made to a combined FRAs combination scheme, we are conducting this consultation to seek views of affected stakeholders.

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Consultation document

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Published 27 November 2017
Last updated 12 June 2018 + show all updates
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