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Police and crime commissioners: webcasting and scrutiny

Budget scrutiny might not seem like the most exciting of subjects, but it's causing a stir at Public-i right now. We're seeing the first police and crime panels (PCPs) looking into police and crime commissioners' spending plans - and since this is the first time any of this has happened it's interesting to watch it all ...

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Police and crime panels – opportunities and risks

We have been doing work around the new police and crime commissioner (PCC) posts and we are working with the APCC and others to try and develop some of the guidance that we think PCCs will need when they take up office. Our interest is in examining what kind of democratic relationship the new commissioners ...

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What the PCCs can mean for engagement

At Public-i we've started talking to a number of police authorities, the agencies that will be replaced by the offices of police and crime commissioners (PCCs) when they are elected on the 15th of November this year (2012). The PCCs will take over responsibility for overseeing 41 police forces on the 16th of November, signalling a ...

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Police and crime commissioners: crib sheet

This post is just to an accompaniment to my piece about police and crime commissioners. It rounds up information I've collected on the new body that I hope others will find useful… Police and crime commissioners will take over responsibility for overseeing police forces from police authorities, following their election on the 15th of November this ...

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