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This section contains a range of key information about the PCC’s work and how it is conducted.

This includes information on policies and decisions made, through to freedom of information disclosures.

The PCC is legally obliged to provide some of the information, but all of it is published in the interests of openness and transparency so that local communities can be confident in the PCC’s work and how it is being conducted on their behalf.

Consultation Responses

The PCC aims to be a strong and powerful voice for the people of West Mercia, representing their views about how crime and disorder is prevented and its consequences are tackled.

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Decision Making

The PCC is required to publish a record of all significant decisions made while carrying out his role and responsibilities under the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011.

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Publications

On this page you will find the PCC’s Publications including the Safer West Mercia Plan.

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Police Complaint Reviews

The Home Office has reformed the way reviews of police complaints (formerly called appeals) are dealt with.

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Code of Conduct

The PCC has signed up to a code of conduct, governed by principles around conduct in public life.

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Policies

You can view a list of the PCC’s policy information here.

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Joint Audit and Standards Committee

Information on the committee and historic documentation can be found below.

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Freedom of Information

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 is intended to create openness with all public authorities and Government by giving individuals more access to information.

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Partner Meetings

The PCC is involved in a number of regular meetings with local partners. In the interests of transparency, the papers from these meetings are published.

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Equality, Diversity & Human Rights

Part of the PCC’s role is to hold the Chief Constable to account for how they exercise their duty in relation to equality and diversity.

Equality, Diversity & Human Rights

Archive

This page contains historical information and published data about the Police and Crime Commissioner’s office, and prior to the introduction of PCC’s

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