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PCCs in Wales to answer questions from Welsh Affairs Select Committee MPs

Last Updated: 07/11/2023

South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Alun Michael will appear before the Welsh Affairs Select Committee on Wednesday, 8th November.

He will be joined by the three other Police and Crime Commissioners in Wales for the one-off evidence session which will start at 10am.

MPs will use the session to explore how each PCC is executing their duties as elected representatives responsible for police governance, police oversight and the commissioning of criminal justice services for their force areas. MPs are likely to ask how well the PCCs are working with the UK and Welsh Governments.

The Commissioners will be discussing how their forces are tackling key crime issues, what steps their forces are taking to improve officer conduct, and how adequate the existing funding arrangements are for police forces in Wales.

This hearing will build on evidence from  the Police Chief Constables when they appeared before the Committee in July. They discussed a range of issues, including force performances, police-public relations, and operational challenges.

The session starts at 10am.

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