Staffordshire Commissioner set to hold first Police, Fire and Crime Panel of term

Staffordshire Commissioner Ben Adams will be meeting with the Staffordshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel on Monday (24 June) for the first time since his re-election.

During the meeting, which will be broadcast live online at 10am, he will present an update on topics including:

  • Questions to the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner from members of the public
  • Progress made by Staffordshire Fire & Rescue Service in managing and monitoring complaints
  • Updates regarding the Staffordshire Police community engagement plan
  • Progress on the installation of updated automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) technology in Staffordshire

The panel regularly meets to give their views on the Staffordshire Commissioner’s plans and decisions, and is an important part of the Office’s commitment to being open and transparent.

Staffordshire Commissioner Ben Adams said: “As Commissioner, my role is to hold Staffordshire Police and Staffordshire Fire & Rescue Service to account on behalf of the public.

“These panel meetings are an important opportunity for me to update the public on key issues and priority areas within both services.

“They are about being open, honest and transparent, ensuring the decisions I make and the plans I develop for Staffordshire are held up for scrutiny.”

The panel will also consider the appointment of a new Deputy Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner at 12pm on Monday (24 June).

People can follow both meetings live wherever they are via the web, and it will also be available to view online afterwards.

To find out more, and to watch live, visit: Agenda for Staffordshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel on Monday 24th June 2024, 10:00am – Staffordshire County Council (

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