Agenda

Venue: Virtual

Contact: Khalid Ahmed, Thames Valley Police & Crime Panel Scrutiny Officer  Tel: 07990 368048; Email:  khalid.ahmed@oxfordshire.gov.uk

Link: video link to meeting

Items
No. Item

1.

Apologies for Absence

2.

Declarations of Interest

3.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 769 KB

To agree the Minutes of the meeting held on 14 February 2020.

4.

Public Question Time

Anyone who works or lives in the Thames Valley can ask a question at meetings of the Police and Crime Panel, at which a 20 minute session will be designated for hearing from the public.

 

If you’d like to participate, please read the Public Question Time Scheme and submit your questions by email to contact@thamesvalleypcp.org.uk at least three working days in advance of the meeting.

5.

Police and Crime Commissioner's Response to COVID-19 pdf icon PDF 632 KB

To consider a report of the PCC on his response to Covid 19.

6.

Police and Crime Commissioner's Annual Report - 2019-20 pdf icon PDF 291 KB

To consider the PCC’s Annual Report for 2019-20.

Additional documents:

7.

Police and Crime Panel's Annual Report 2019-20 pdf icon PDF 649 KB

To consider the Police and Crime Panel’s Annual Report for 2019-20.

8.

Taxi-Licensing Coordinator Single Point of Contact Post

To assess the effectiveness of the ‘Taxi-Licensing Coordinator Single Point of Contact’ post (currently hosted by TVP and temporarily funded by the PCC) to inform future funding decisions by TV local authorities concerning that post.

9.

Chairman and PCC Updates and Topical Issues pdf icon PDF 469 KB

The PCC and Chairman of the Panel To provide updates.

 

The PCC has been asked a question by a Member of the Panel on any reviews which the commissioner has undertaken to ensure that the issues raised by the Black Lives Matter movement are being addressed by TVP.

 

Has the PCC sought information on:

·       The current make-up of Thames Valley Police Force with regard to protected characteristics compared to the community at large

·       What training is given to officers in order to overcome any inherent prejudice

·       Any statistics that are available regarding the number of people issued with penalties for breaches of lockdown and whether these have been disproportionately issued to people from the BAME communities.

 

To note and ask questions on the topical issues report.