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Independent audit committee

The purpose of the independent audit committee (IAC) is:

  • To provide independent assurance to the police and crime commissioner and the chief constable regarding the adequacy of the risk management framework and the associated control environment.
  • To provide independent scrutiny of the force's and OPCC's financial and non-financial performance (to the extent that it affects their exposure to risk and weakens the control environment).
  • To oversee the financial reporting process (adapted from CIPFA Audit Committees Practical Guidance for Local Authorities p9)

The terms of reference of the IAC are attached here.

 

The IAC membership comprises of:

 

Helen Donnellan (Chair)

Tom Grainger (Vice-Chair)

Amanda Gallaher (Independent audit committee member)

Gordon Mattocks (Independent audit committee member)

Linda Williams (Independent audit committee member)

Malcolm Smith (Independent audit committee member)

 

Nicola Allen (Treasurer for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Devon and Cornwall)

Frances Hughes (Chief executive for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Devon and Cornwall)

Alexis Garlick (Chief finance officer for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Dorset)

Simon Bullock (Chief executive for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Dorset)

 

Sandy Goscomb (Director of finance and resources for Devon and Cornwall Police)

John Jones (Assistant chief officer for Dorset Police)

 

Future meetings

 Date Venue  Attendance   Associated papers
Tuesday 13 March 2018 Devon and Cornwall Police HQ, Middlemoor   TBC
 Tuesday 17 July 2018 Dorset Police HQ, Winfrith     TBC
Tuesday 18 September 2018 Devon and Cornwall Police HQ, Middlemoor   TBC
Tuesday 11 December 2018 Dorset Police HQ, Winfrith   TBC

 

Previous meetings and papers (Open items)

Please note that as these meetings are conducted as part of the strategic alliance with Dorset, the links below will take you to the Dorset OPCC's webpage, which contains the relevant open documents.

Friday 8 December 2017