The Police and Crime Commissioner's formal business is conducted at a number of regular meetings.
All the information about these meetings and the agendas, papers and reports connected with them can be found using the links below:
Please find an OPCC Meeting Planner detailing when these meetings are expected to be held during 2017 here.
In July 2015, a new Joint Police and Fire and Rescue Committee was established to consider on-going and potential future collaboration between Merseyside Police and Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service. Committee papers for these meetings can be found here.
A key decision is one which will have a significant or ongoing impact to communities in Merseyside. It may also be financially significant, in terms of spending or savings for the service or function concerned.
Many decisions taken by the Police and Crime Commissioner arise from her statutory duties and she is required to record and publish those decisions.
In order that you can understand why the Commissioner has made the decisions which she has, Jane has approved a Policy Statement on The Making and Publication of Decisions of Significant Public Interest.
This policy statement establishes the approach and principles for decision-making by the Commissioner and outlines the decision-making process, together with providing information on how key decisions will be determined, recorded and publicised.
Please find below links to all key decisions made by the Commissioner, ordered chronologically by year:
Key Decisions 2017
Key Decisions 2016
Key Decisions 2015
Key Decisions 2014
Key Decisions 2013
A forward look at the key decisions that the Commissioner will make in the upcoming months is also produced by the office. This plan is monitored and regularly updated. Please click here for the Forward Look 2017-18.