The Deputy Police Commissioner is meeting with her PCC colleagues from around the country in London for a two-day event.
Cllr Sue Murphy is attending a General Meeting of the Association of Police and Crime Commissioner's (APCC), the national body which represents Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs).
The event will start on Wednesday, January 25th, with a policy 'deep dive' session on the Policing and Crime Bill. The workshop will focus on fire service collaboration and reforms to the complaints system. This will be followed by a meeting of the Modern Slavery network.
The following day, PCCs will focus on the governance of specialist capabilities, focussing on collaboration. They will also review the police funding formula and grant settlement before listening to a key note speech from Catherine Hinwood, Deputy Director, Criminal Justice Policy at the Ministry of Justice (MoJ).
Meetings of the APCC are held bi-monthly.
Find out more about the APCC here.