Crime and Disorder Scrutiny Committee

Under the Police and Justice Act 2006, every local authority is required to have a Crime and Disorder Committee with the power to scrutinise the local Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships (CDRP), as a whole, in terms of how they are tackling crime and disorder for the benefit of the local communities.These requirements were enacted by the Crime and Disorder (Overview and Scrutiny) Regulations 2009 which came into force for local authorities in England on 30 April 2009.

Under the Act the Committee can:

  • Scrutinise decisions made and actions taken in connection by the responsible authorities that make up the CDRP
  • Request information from the responsible authorities
  • Require attendance of officer or employees or responsible authorities to answer questions or to provide information.

The Council's Scrutiny Committee serves as the Crime and Disorder Committee and meets on an annual basis to scrutinise the CDRP.

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