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CSPL holds concluding roundtable meeting with key stakeholders for policing inquiry

The Committee held the meeting on Wednesday 18 March 2015.

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Last week the Committee on Standards in Public Life held a concluding roundtable meeting with key stakeholders for its ‘Local policing - leadership, ethics and accountability’ inquiry. Below you can watch the key points of the meeting.

CSPL Concluding Roundtable for Policing Inquiry: Highlights

You can watch the complete recording of the roundtable here.

The roundtable meeting was attended by the following guests:

  • Mary Calam- Director General, Crime and Policing Group, Home Office
  • Lord Carlile - Chair of London Policing Ethics Panel, Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime
  • Jacqui Cheer - Chief Constable, Cleveland Police and Association of Chief Police Officers’ National lead for Professional Standards and Ethics
  • Councillor Lisa Brett (Bath and North East Somerset Council) - LGA deputy chair of Safer, Stronger Communities Board
  • Julia Mulligan - Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, member of the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners’ Integrity Group
  • Ray Marley - Detective Superintendent, Surrey Police and the College of Policing lead on Ethics and Professional Standards
  • Allyson MacVean - Professor of Policing and Criminology at Bath Spa University
  • John Raine - Professor of Management in Criminal Justice at University of Birmingham
  • Fraser Sampson - Chief Executive West Yorkshire OPCC

The following Committee members attended:

Published 23 March 2015