Derbyshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa will scrutinise the work carried out to keep vulnerable people safe from crime at his Strategic Priorities Board meeting on Monday.
The Board will receive presentations from the Constabulary, the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner and partner organisations highlighting the threats, risks, opportunities and examples of best practice.
As part of his work to support vulnerable members of the community, the Commissioner will also make a decision on the way forward for a Mental Health Hub to support those with mental ill health and better manage demand across the different support services.
Other items on the agenda include an update on Criminal Justice and the outcomes of the Large Grant Awards, plus a report on user satisfaction.
The Board will also receive a timely report on the preparations for Brexit.
The meeting, which is open to the public to observe, will take place at 2pm on Monday 28 January at Force HQ in Ripley. The full agenda and reports are available on the Commissioner’s website.
The Strategic Priorities Assurance Board was set up to assess force performance against the key priorities contained in the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Police and Crime Plan.
Meetings always begin with 30 minutes of public questions, and while members of the public are welcome to observe the full meeting, they may not take an active role once the question period has closed.
Questions can be asked in person at the meeting or submitted via www.slido.com (code #SPA191), or sent via email to the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (firstname.lastname@example.org). All questions will be answered either at the meeting or shortly afterwards if the information needed is not at hand.
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Posted on Tuesday 22nd January 2019