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Scrutiny and Accountability Board

Chaired by the Deputy Police & Crime Commissioner and attended by the Chief Constable’s Chief Officers, this Board enables in depth scrutiny of particular policing issues, particularly those identified in the Commissioner’s Police & Crime Reduction Plan and the Chief Constable’s associated Delivery Plan.  The meeting also receives updates on key police performance and projects.  Findings are fed through to the Strategic Board. 

Agenda items and minutes from these meetings are available below: 

2019 meetings
Topics Discussed  Minutes
  • Hate Crime and Antisocial behaviour 
May 2019
  • Section 60 Stop Search Use
  • Knife Crime update
June 2019
  • Stalking, Harassment and Coercive Control
August 2019 
  • Force Position on Fraud
September 2019
    
  • Wellbeing and Culture
November 2019
2020 meetings
Topics Discussed Minutes
  • Use of Force data
  • Update on Automated Facial Recognition (AFR)
January 2020
  • Victim Satisfaction  
February 2020
  • Disproportionality 
August 2020
  • Update on Automated Facial Recognition (AFR)
  • Independent Custody Visiting (ICV) Scheme during Covid-19
September 2020
  • Community Engagement
November 2020
  • Update on Automated Facial Recognition (AFR)
  • Race Equality Plan
December 2020

 

For more information about this group, please contact Hannah Jenkins-Jones - Hannah.jenkins-jones@south-wales.police.uk

 

 

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