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Covid-19: PCC's video meetings with Chief Constable Richard Lewis

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 Keeping Cleveland safe is one of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s top priorities during the current Covid-19 crisis.

That’s why he is raising a number of pressing concerns with the Chief Constable Richard Lewis on behalf of Cleveland residents.

Concerns range from how police and their partners are working together to keep the most vulnerable in society safe to how residents are responding to the current rules and restrictions around lockdown and social distancing.

The Police and Crime Commissioner holds regular meetings with the Chief Constable. If you’ve got a question for Cleveland Police, Click here

 

19 May 2020 - PCC and Chief Constable Scrutiny Meeting

 

To hear the Chief Constable's response to specific topics, please click the links below:

Chief Constable gives an update on the latest guidance

Cleveland Police's key messages to the public and the Four Es approach

Chief Constable on the number of enforcement notices issued by the Force

How Cleveland Police are dealing with gatherings during lockdown

Mass gatherings and protests during lockdown - and advice from the Chief

How the police are monitoring visitors to coastal and rural areas

Chief responds to complaints about officers not wearing appropriate PPE

Whether the CPS are reviewing any Covid breach charges brought by Cleveland Police

How the police are working to protect people from scams

What role neighbourhood policing teams will be playing during Covid-19

How Cleveland Police are continuing to make progress on addressing HMIC concerns

How Cleveland Police have generally coped during Covid-19

 


 


12 May 2020 - PCC and Chief Constable Scrutiny Meeting


To hear the Chief Constable's response to specific topics, please click the links below: 

Chief Constable's key messages for the public in light of latest guidance

Advice for people who want further clarity on the new guidance

Travelling around Cleveland and Fixed Penalty Notices

How Cleveland Police will ensure people visiting beauty spots will not flout the rules

How roads policing will be carried out with more people on the roads

What steps will be taken to continue to protect the vulnerable in our communities

Assurances around PPE provision within Cleveland Police

What partnership work is underway to keep Cleveland residents safe

What will be done to inform the public about any changes to the policing style

Chief Constable's response to the demand over VE Day weekend

The Four E's approach and whether this has worked in Cleveland


 


23 April 2020 - PCC and Chief Constable Scrutiny Meeting

 

To hear the Chief Constable's response to specific topics, please click the links below: 

Update from the Easter period regarding compliance with current Covid-19 guidance

Force response to emerging 'guidance' encouraging the public to challenge non-compliance themselves

How police officers and staff respect social distancing during Clap for Carers

How Cleveland Police will interpret latest NPCC guidance on reasonable and unreasonable behaviour

Advice for people living with domestic abuse during Covid-19

Cleveland Police's approach to issuing Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) for Covid-19 non-compliance

Levels of PPE within Cleveland Police and advice given to police officers and staff about its use

How Cleveland Police are continuing to safeguard vulnerable people during Covid-19

How Cleveland Police is managing changes to the CPS charging protocol for sexual and domestic violence cases

The Chief Constable's observations about how Witness Care Units may be affected during Covid-19

How the police will manage community tensions between landowners and the public regarding rights of way

How the police will support and respect the Muslim community during Ramadan

The proportionality of Cleveland Police's enforcement of Covid-19 non-compliance - Public question


 

10 April 2020 - PCC and Chief Constable Scrutiny Meeting

 

To hear the Chief Constable's response to specific topics, please click the links below:

Cleveland Police's approach to upholding the new Covid-19 policing powers

How Cleveland Police's are communicating with diverse communities during Covid-19

How Cleveland Police will tackle hotspots of activity across Cleveland

The Chief Constable's multi-agency role during the Covid-19 crisis

How the Chief Constable will ensure the police take a 'common sense' approach to new powers

Social distancing and incidents at supermarkets and shops

How Cleveland Police will encourage social distancing

How the safety of the public and officers/staff can be protected during police incidents

Rules around car travel: travel for excercise or mental wellbeing

How the public can report rule-breaking around social distancing

How the public can raise concerns about a vulnerable person they are worried about

How the police will handle any community tensions arising from Covid-19

 

 
 
 
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