Police And Crime Panel

Police and Crime Panel are Responsibilities

The Police and Crime Panel are responsible for receiving and considering complaints against the Police and Crime Commissioner. You need to apply to the panel directly for details of any complaints made against the Commissioner.

The panel can seek a professional view from HMIC regarding potential dismissals and will agree on a lead authority to hold central funding and provide scrutiny support. The Panel will not be holding the police to account, as that is the role of the elected PCC.

The local authorities in Lancashire are responsible for establishing and maintaining the PCP. Lancashire PCP is made up of councillor members from each local authority, and a number of independent members. In Lancashire, we have a joint committee made up of councillors drawn from the unitary, district and county councils within the force area, plus additional members co-opted by the Panel up to a maximum of 20.

Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council is currently the lead authority for the panel in Lancashire.

To view more information on the Police and Crime Panel from July 2013 visitĀ Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council website.

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