Police Commissioner's Scrutiny Meeting - September 2022

1. Put your questions to Merseyside Police's Chief Constable

Merseyside’s Police Commissioner is inviting people to submit their questions for the Chief Constable and her senior team as she prepares for her next public Scrutiny Meeting.

Emily Spurrell is responsible for holding the Chief Constable, Serena Kennedy, to account for delivering on her policing and community safety priorities and maintaining an efficient and effective police service in Merseyside.

One of the key ways the Police Commissioner undertakes this crucial role is through quarterly public Scrutiny Meetings, which include questions submitted by the public which she then puts to the Chief Constable and her Chief Officer team.

While the focus for the next Scrutiny Meeting will be Merseyside Police’s ‘people’ or workforce, for the first time the Commissioner is inviting any questions about the policing of our region and about how the police are working to deliver on the priorities set out in my Police and Crime Plan to make our communities safer.

The deadline for questions is Sunday 21st August 2022.

This meeting will be live-streamed to allow you the chance to watch and hear the responses to your questions.

You will be able to watch the meeting at 1.30pm on 19th September 2022 here: PCC Scrutiny Meeting - September 2022

Please note, we cannot guarantee there will be time to answer every question submitted. Questions should not focus on individual cases or complaints as these cannot be addressed in a public domain.

If you wish to raise an individual case or complaint, please use one of the contact methods provided here: https://www.merseysidepcc.info/contact-us/

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