Performance Scrutiny Meetings

The Performance Scrutiny Meetings (PSM) are set up to enable the Police and Crime Commissioner to hold the Chief Constable to account on priorities within the Police and Crime Plan.

Upcoming meeting

Following the May 2024 election of the new Police and Crime Commissioner, details of upcoming scrutiny meetings are yet to be determined and details will be made available is due course.

For concerns about your local neighbourhood

Contact your local Safer Neighbourhood Team, using the Force’s portal or by speaking directly to the Constabulary’s control room by calling 101.

For Emergencies

Ring 999

Previous meetings

Delivery of the Police and Crime PlanHeld 12 March 2024
Strong Local PolicingHeld 28 November 2023
Violence Against Women and GirlsHeld 8 November 2023
Rural CrimeHeld 4 October 2023
Victim Support and SafeguardingHeld 11 July 2023
Road SafetyHeld 16 May 2023
Neighbourhood Crime and Anti-Social Behaviour Held 21 March 2023
Strong Local PolicingHeld 23 November 2022
Violence Against Women and GirlsHeld 3 November 2022
Rural CrimeHeld 6 October 2022
Victim Support and SafeguardingHeld 6 July 2022
Neighbourhood Crime and ASBHeld 17 May 2022
Road SafetyHeld 30 March 2022
Violence Against Women and GirlsHeld 3 November 2021
*Further details of the meetings can be found in the above links.

We endeavour to make our documents accessible to everyone, unfortunately, the meeting reports may not be wholly accessible to all,  which has been identified and noted in our Accessibility Statement.  

If you require any of the meeting information provided in a different format please make the request by either emailing the office on or using the form on our Contact Us Page. 

PLEASE NOTE: With the exception of legally required data and historic financial records, the majority of the information on the Derbyshire OPCC website covers information, news and events for the current Commissioner only. For access to news articles and information covering the previous Commissioners please contact the OPCC team.
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