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London seminar: The challenges of police and crime commissioning (27 October, 2015)

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Tuesday, 27 October, 2015

featuring

Angus Macpherson, PCC for Wiltshire

and

Martyn Underhill, PCC for Dorset

In 2012, 41 Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) were elected to be the voice of the people and hold the police to account.

In this free seminar Angus and Martyn each discussed what their priorities have been during their first term, the police and crime services they have commissioned, working collaboratively and the successes and difficulties they have faced along the way.

With PCC elections taking place in May 2016, they also offered their thoughts on the challenges ahead in the next 4 year term.

For further details please see the seminar presentation attached.

The challenges of police and crime commissioning - seminar presentation

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Published 1 October 2015