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Police and Crime Commissioner Barry Coppinger and his team will continue to operate during the Covid-19 crisis, although some of their functions will change due to social distancing. Click above for the latest advice and updates.
Barry Coppinger publishes a list of all his engagements as Police & Crime Commissioner including community meetings in all of Cleveland's local policing areas and those with senior police officers and partners.
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The PCC has funds available to enable local people and organisations to access to one off and longer term grants that actively reduce crime and disorder and reduce the fear of crime.
The Commissioner works with numerous organisations and authorities in order to provide both policing services plus joined up and informed crime reduction management.
Effective scrutiny and management of performance is key to informing and reassuring the people of Cleveland about policing in the area. Recent information relating to the performance of Cleveland Police and its partners is published here.
The Commissioner has a duty required by statute to publish documents and information about the Commissioner and his Office, including accounting, contracts, Freedom of Information requests and interests
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland holds monthly scrutiny meetings with the purpose of discharging his role and function. Scrutiny meetings of the Police and Crime Commissioner are those scheduled as:PCC Scrutiny, Delivery & Performance MeetingWorking Together Meeting
Click each link to find out more and view each scrutiny meeting's content.
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