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Police and Crime Panel (PCP) - Plymouth

A Police and Crime Panel is a meeting where Councillors support and challenge the Police and Crime Commissioner on his work and the work of his office.

During this meeting Police and Crime Commissioner, Tony Hogg will be asking the Panel members to approve a proposed precept rise of 1.99 per cent.

The proposed precept rise means an 6.5p a week for band D council taxpayers and would raise £1.8m for Devon and Cornwall Police to invest in policing.

Find out more about why Tony Hogg is proposing a precept rise of 1.99 per cent here >

The Panel will be held at the Plymouth City Council Chamber and will begin at 10.30am.

This meeting will be webcast live for the public. You can watch it here > (And it will be archived here.)

And you can find more information about Police and Crime Panels here >

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