Venue: Virtual

Contact: Khalid Ahmed, Thames Valley Police & Crime Panel Scrutiny Officer  Tel: 07990 368048; Email:

Link: videolink to meeting

No. Item


Apologies for Absence


Declarations of Interest


Minutes pdf icon PDF 311 KB

To approve the Minutes of the meeting held on 20 November 2020.


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 at least three working days in advance of the meeting.


Report of the Budget Task and Finish Group

The report will be presented by Councillor Barrie Patman, Chairman of the Budget Task and Finish Group which met on 20 January 2021. (REPORT TO FOLLOW)


Scrutiny of the Proposed Precept - Questions to the Police and Crime Commissioner pdf icon PDF 461 KB

Attached are the Revenue Estimates report which was presented to and agreed at the Police and Crime Commissioners Level 1 meeting with the Chief Constable on 19th January 2021.

Additional documents:


Police Complaints System Reforms pdf icon PDF 940 KB

A joint presentation will be given by TVP Professional Standards Department (D/C/Supt Colin Paine and from the Office of the PCC, Vicki Waskett.

Additional documents:


Update on Violence Reduction Units pdf icon PDF 158 KB

To consider a report which the Police and Crime Commissioner has commissioned from the Chief Constable.  D/Supt Stan Gilmour will present the report.


Police and Crime Plan Strategic Priority - Vulnerability - Performance Report pdf icon PDF 636 KB

To consider a report of the Police and Crime Commissioner.


Chairman and PCC Announcements and Topical Issues report pdf icon PDF 431 KB

To note and ask questions on the Topical Issues report and to hear any announcements from the PCC and from the Chairman of the Panel.


Work Programme pdf icon PDF 535 KB

For Panel Members to put forward items for the Work Programme including ideas for themed meetings.


Exclusion of Press and Public

The public should be excluded during this item because its discussion in public would be likely to lead to the disclosure to members of the public present of information relating to the financial or business affairs of any particular person as detailed in paragraph 3 of Part I of Schedule 12A to the Local Government Act 1972 (as amended):


It is considered that in this case the public interest in maintaining the exemption outweighs the public interest in disclosing the information in that such disclosure would infringe the rights of the individual to privacy contrary to the general law and the duty of the authority to respect human rights and to comply with that law and contrary to the authority’s duties as a fair employer.







Update from Complaints Sub-Committee

Oral update.