The statutory Financial Management Code of Practice (FMCP) requires that an Audit Committee is established which is independent of both the Police Force and the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC).
The Joint, Audit, Risk and Assurance Committee (JARAC) is a non-executive Committee and has no executive powers, other than those specifically detailed in the JARAC ToRs
The purpose of the JARAC is to provide independent assurance of the adequacy the following:
- The risk management and the internal control framework operated by the Police and Crime Commissioner and the Chief Constable.
- The effectiveness of their respective governance arrangements including providing for value for money services.
- Appointment, support and keep under review the work of internal and external auditors as they provide assurance on risk management, internal controls and the annual accounts through their work.
- The financial reporting process.
The permanent JARAC meets four times a year, as below. The agenda and associated reports for each meeting will be uploaded in the table below one week prior to the meeting date.
|Where||Date and Time||Reports|
|Online||Thursday 20th January 2022 (9:30 – 13:00)||Not yet available|
|Online||Thursday 31st March 2022 (9:30 – 13:00)||Not yet available|
|Online||Thursday 21st July 2022 (13:00 – 17:00)||Not yet available|
|Online||Thursday 29th September 2022 (10:15 – 13:45)||Not yet available|
|Online||Monday 17th November 2022 (9:30-13:00)||Not yet available|
|Agenda||Reports||Thursday 25th March 2021|
|Agenda||Reports||JARAC ANNUAL REPORT 2020-21||Thursday 1st July 2021|
|Agenda||Reports||Thursday 29th July 2021|
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