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South Yorkshire Police and Crime Panel are seeking a new Independent member 
South Yorkshire Police and Crime Panel are seeking an Independent member to join elected Members from across the County in supporting and scrutinising the Police and Crime Commissioner. There is one other Independent member on the Panel.

The role will commence from the end of September 2019, but there will be an opportunity for the successful applicant to observe Panel meetings before then, and discuss the role with the Chair, Vice-Chair, Independent member and Panel Support Officer.

Please see the advertisement below for further details (CLICK VISIT) - the closing date is TUESDAY 23RD JULY 2019, 5pm.

10/07/2019
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Police and Crime Plan 2017-21 
The Police and Crime Commissioner has published his Police and Crime Plan for 2017-21.
Go to VISIT below.

27/03/2019
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Police and Crime Panel agree Police and Crime Commissioner's budget 

At its meeting on 4 February, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Panel discussed the Police and Crime Commissioner’s proposal to increase the police element of the council tax by £24 on a Band D property or around £16 for Bands A and B.

 The Panel unanimously agreed to approve the proposed increase in the policing precept but with a recommendation, and commitment from the Commissioner, that he would explore with the Chief Constable the recruitment of an additional 50 officers, in addition to the 55 proposed (40 to be deployed in neighbourhoods).
 
The Chair of the Panel, Cllr Abdul Khayum said:  “The public of South Yorkshire want to see more for their money; essentially more bobbies on the beat. This will help to increase people’s trust and confidence in South Yorkshire Police and help them feel safer”.
 
Cllr Stuart Sansome, Vice-Chair of the Panel, said:  “The panel commends the Commissioner for the return of neighbourhood policing and we welcome that, for the first time in many years, we have the chance of seeing officer numbers in neighbourhoods increase.  However, while all members of the panel, whatever political party, agree with the principle of the precept rise, we cannot agree with the meagre recruitment proposal of only 40 additional officers for neighbourhood policing.  What we can all agree is that it’s important to work together to do everything within our power to make our communities safer and tackle these rises in crime”.
 
The full report submitted to the Panel can be viewed by clicking 'VISIT' below.
 
The Panel’s decision and recommendations will be submitted to the Commissioner by 8 February and published on the Police and Crime Panel’s website - Document Library / Precept Proposals.

06/02/2019
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News from PCP Meeting -3rd December 2018 

Please find below news from the Police and Crime Panel meeting held on 3rd December 2018. The Chief Constable, Stephen Watson, was in attendance to talk about Neighbourhood Policing and the 101 service.


10/12/2018
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Police and Crime Panel approve Budget & Precept 

The PCC's budget and precept was formally supported by South Yorkshire Police and Crime Panel at a meeting held on 2nd February 2018.    The Panel had previously held a Budget Awareness Session on 22nd January to discuss the proposals in more detail. 

Please go to 'VISIT' below to read the Commissioner's press release.  You can also view the webcast by visiting https://southyorks.public-i.tv/core/portal/webcast_interactive/333213.


15/02/2018
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