The PCC is responsible for holding the police to account on behalf of local people and ensuring an efficient and effective police service.
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) conducted the first series of assurance panels to explore the quality of police service delivery in the summer, 2015. The process sought to promote public trust and confidence in policing through transparency and constructive challenge.
The OPCC will now conduct further service delivery assurance panels on the police service and will produce an overview report of key findings and ask the Constabulary to respond to the points made.
Service Delivery Assurance Reports
| Date||Panel Topic || Report|
Call handling and initial response
| July 2015
ASB, Burglary, Hate Crime, Victims,
& Violence Against Women & Children
| Final report
PCC Sue Mountstevens, supported by a panel of experts including professionals, academics and survivors came together at Police Headquarters, to scrutinise the police response to domestic abuse following the HMIC Report: Everyone's Business, improving response to domestic abuse
Find out more about the PCC's domestic abuse scrutiny meeting in November, 2014.