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Meetings and events

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner hosts many meetings, some held in public and many of which are webcast.

This section of the website contains details of the PCC’s public meetings, and the strategic meetings which are not open to the public but for which some reports are available.

To see what meeting and public events are coming up go straight to the table at the bottom of this page.

Public meetings

Performance and accountability board (PAB) and joint audit committee (JAC) meetings are open to the public. The dates of each meeting, plus agendas, papers and minutes, can be found under the relevant meetings heading by clicking on the 'Public meetings' tag in the table below.

Other meetings

The commissioner holds a number of strategic meetings which are not open to public attendance. They are:

Joint management board;

Appointments and remuneration committee;

The terms of reference for each of these boards are available on the website.  

Webcasting

A webcast is a transmission of audio and video over the internet.  Through the use of an internet connection and ‘video player software’ you can view meetings live or watch the video archive at a later date.

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner webcasts some of its meetings to improve openness, understanding and accountability. 

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner has produced a protocol to assist the conduct of webcast meetings and to ensure that in doing so, the OPCC is compliant with its obligations under the Data Protection Act 1998 and the Human Rights Act 1998

 Copyright notice

All footage from our webcasts is the copyright of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner. The people featured in our webcasts have agreed to appear only on the OPCC’s website and/or the webcast host’s webcast site. You are not permitted to download any footage nor upload it (whether in part or in full) to another website without the written permission of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner and those featured in the webcast. Also, video sharing websites (e.g. YouTube, Google Video) state under their terms and conditions that you must be the copyright owner and have the permission of all those involved in order to upload videos to their sites.

(Click here to see our meetings framework).

 

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