Virtual police meeting to examine ongoing response to Covid-19

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Police watchdogs will be updated on the force's response to coronavirus and recent changes in guidelines at a virtual meeting.

Members of Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa's Strategic Priorities Board (SPA) will attend a virtual meeting on Monday, 30 November to review performance in a range of key areas.

The meeting, which will convene at 2pm, will receive an updated report on efforts to limit the spread of Covid-19 plus a range of other items including the Commissioner's plans to promote diversity, latest financial information, and the information on the Independent Custody Visitors Scheme.

Members of the public are invited to ask questions of the PCC or Chief Constable. These should be pre-submitted ahead of the meeting, in writing by email by Monday, 23 November.

Questions will be addressed at the start of the meeting and will be part of the recording released after it concludes. Questions can be submitted by email to:  PCCOffice@Derbyshire.PNN.Police.UK 

The full agenda is available online at the Police and Crime Commissioner's website.
https://www.derbyshire-pcc.gov.uk/News-and-Events-Meetings/Meeting-Information/Strategic-Priorities-Assurance-Board-2020.aspx

 
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