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Dorset Police and Crime Panel

The panel's purpose is to scrutinise and support the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Dorset on behalf of the public. See more information about the Dorset Police and Crime Panel including the latest minutes and agendas.

Documentation

Reports

Informal Meeting on 25 June 2020

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, the formal meeting of the Panel that was scheduled for 25 June 2020 has been cancelled.  However, the panel considered that it remained important to provide scrutiny of the Police and Crime Commissioner during this time.  An informal meeting will be held in its place and, whilst not open to the public, notes of this session will be made available.  It is hoped to make a video of the meeting also available.

Agenda and papers

Data and statistics

Useful data, statistics and links to more information about police and crime:

Statistics and census information - data including population, education, housing and the environment.

Value for Money profiles- bringing together data about the costs, performance and activity of local councils and fire authorities. Read Dorset's Value for Money Profile and Value for Money summary.

Local Government Inform-  up-to-date published data about your local area

See local crime and policing data by postcode

Presentations

Dorset Police and Crime Panel - Induction Briefing PowerPoint presentation - best viewed as a slide show with sound.

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