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Joint Audit Committee

The Joint Audit Committee provides an independent check on the governance arrangements for the Commissioner and Chief Constable. 

The Committee meets quarterly to consider financial and non-financial performance where there could be a risk to the organisation, as well as dealing with all matters on internal audit.

Membership

Members were appointed after public advertisement.

  • Mr Paul Wood
  • Mr Martin Veale
  • Mr Mike Lewis
  • Mrs Paula O'Connor
  • Dr Kathryn Chamberlain
  • Mrs Aimee Smith

Joint Audit Committee Membership Role Profile

Appointments are made for a four-year term, with a maximum tenure of not more than two consecutive terms.

An allowance, currently £211.50 per day, or £104.50 per half day is payable, along with travelling expenses of 45p per mile. Reading time is not payable.

Terms of Reference

Joint Audit Committee Terms of Reference

Minutes of Meetings

2023

Sept 2023 Joint Audit Committee minutes

Jun 2023 Joint Audit Committee minutes

Feb 2023 Joint Audit Committee minutes

2022

Sept 2022 Joint Audit Committee minutes

May 2022 Joint Audit Committee minutes

March 2022 Joint Audit Committee minutes

2021
2020

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