Would you like to be involved with the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Scrutiny Group?

January 2021 Office of Police and Crime Commissioner newsletter
5th January 2021
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Would you like to be involved with the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Scrutiny Group?

The OPCC are recruiting new Scrutiny Volunteers to assist the Use of Police Powers and Hate Crime Scrutiny Groups.

New Year – New Opportunity?

The Police and Crime Commissioner is really keen to hear from people in our local communities who want to help make a difference; they want to ensure that their scrutiny groups reflect our local communities.

They are currently recruiting volunteers for:

1)    Use of Police Powers Scrutiny Group – they are particularly interested in hearing from those affected by the use of police powers such as Use of Force and Stop & Search.

2)    Hate Crime Scrutiny Group – they are seeking volunteers with lived experience of hate crime who can help them effectively scrutinise the police response.


Role requirements:

–          Meet 4-6 times per year

–          Check and challenge issues

–          Provide the opportunity to do things differently, to learn and to progress


In return they will:

–          Pay reasonable travel expenses and provide refreshments at meetings

–          Ensure your findings help to inform the Independent Ethics and Scrutiny Board, which in turn will inform the Police and Crime Commissioner’s discussions with the Chief Constable and others.


If interested, you can find out more about the roles and complete an application form via this link:                                                                                                                           
https://www.humberside-pcc.gov.uk/Our-Work/Scrutiny-Volunteers.aspx

Closing date is 5pm on Friday 29th January 2021, with an aim to then contact people in early February 2021, if successful.

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