Holding the Chief Constable to Account
Community Outcome Meetings
The Community Outcome Meetings between the Chief Constable and the Police and Crime Commissioner focus on important policing and community safety issues which are of a high public interest. The aim is to offer greater transparency to communities on how the PCC holds the Chief Constable to account on these important issues. These meetings also provide an excellent opportunity for the PCC to raise issues with the Chief Constable on behalf of members of the community.
Delivery Quarterly Report
This quarterly delivery report aims to set out a summary of the performance information scrutinised and the issues raised by the Police and Crime Commissioner in relation to the performance measures contained in the Police and Crime Plan as well as scanning of wider information. It covers the 12 month period of July 2018 to June 2019 unless otherwise stated.
New Delivery Quarterly Report documents are presented to the Police and Crime Panel each quarter, and are made available to the public on this website soon after. A new DQ report is usually available 8 weeks after a quarter closes.
Delivery Quarterly Report March 2019 - This report covers covers the 12 month period of April 2018 to March 2019 unless otherwise stated.
Delivery Quarterly Report December 2018 - This report covers covers the 12 month period of January 2018 to December 2018 unless otherwise stated.
Delivery Quarterly Report September 2018 - This report covers the 12 month period of October 2017 to September 2018 unless otherwise stated.
If you would like to see reports from more than a year ago please contact the office.
Chief Constable Appointments
Under the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 the Police and Crime Commissioner is responsible for the appointment, suspension and removal of the Chief Constable.
Complaints Against the Chief Constable
Click here for information about how to make a complaint against the Chief Constable.