Police and Crime Commissioner to scrutinise progress made in Derbyshire to improve victim support and safeguarding

27 April 2023

A Performance Scrutiny Meeting, led by the Police and Crime Commissioner, will review the extent to which Derbyshire Constabulary has improved its services with regards to victim support and the safeguarding of our residents.

Performance Scrutiny Meetings monitor the force’s progress against the key priorities outlined in the Commissioner’s Police and Crime Plan, helping the Police and Crime Commissioner to identify any areas where improvements are needed as well as good practice.

This enables the Commissioner to hold the Chief Constable to account on behalf of the public, and to build trust and confidence in the quality of the service provided.

The meeting will take place virtually on Tuesday 11 July and members of the public are invited to submit questions ahead of the event and senior officers or the Commissioner will respond during the meeting.

Questions must be submitted via the link below and cannot be in relation to current investigations.

The full meeting will be recorded and published via the Commissioner’s website and social media channels as soon as possible after its conclusion.

The deadline for submission of all questions is Tuesday 9 May 2023. To submit your questions, please click here


Media enquiries:  Sallie Blair, 01283 821012

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