Holding to Account seminar

31 March 2010, Discovery Point, Dundee

On Wednesday 31 March, John McNeill the Police Complaints Commissioner for Scotland spoke to representatives from the eight police authorities and boards at a seminar at Discovery Point in Dundee.

The seminar set out the future direction of travel for PCCS and the opportunities that the Commissioner sees for Police Boards and Authorities to work with him to drive up standards in police complaints handling.

Copies of the Commissioner's keynote speech, along with copies of the presentations, are available as pdfs by clicking on the links below.

"Governance rules, OK!"
John McNeill, Commissioner

"Principles, standards and some recent decisions"
Robin Johnston, Complaints Review Manager PCCS

"Providing Reassurance"
Fiona Forster, Quality Assurance Manager PCCS

"Developing Oversight and scrutiny"
Ian Todd, Director PCCS

"Complaints Compliance and Considered Grievances"

Copy of speech to accompany presentation

Fraser Sampson, CEO West Yorkshire Police Authority

The speech and presentations will open in a new window.

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