In advance of the public meeting of Surrey’s Police and Crime Panel at County Hall on Thursday 13th December, Kevin Hurley, Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey said:
“I am looking forward to my first full public meeting with the Police and Crime Panel this Thursday.
“I take their role extremely seriously and made a point of meeting with the Chair of the Panel on my first formal day in office.
“Surrey Police faces some big strategic challenges and it is important we can work together constructively to tackle them in the public interest.”
The Police and Crime Panel is responsible for examining the actions and decisions of the Police and Crime Commissioner and for providing information to help the public to hold them to account.
The Panel is a joint committee hosted by Surrey County Council, and consists of one elected Councillor from each of Surrey’s twelve local authorities and two co-opted independent members.
For more information on the Panel, visit Surrey County Council’s website: http://www.surreycc.gov.uk/people-and-community/emergency-planning-and-community-safety/surrey-police-and-crime-panel