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Audit Committee meeting

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Virtual meeting
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The Joint Audit Committee is an independent body which checks both Merseyside's Police Commissioner and Merseyside Police are following national and local regulations, handling public finances in accordance with the law and not taking undue risk.

The aim of the Audit Committee is to provide independent assurance of the adequacy of the risk management framework and the associated control environment, independent scrutiny of the organisations financial and non-financial performance to the extent that it affects the organisations exposure to risk and weakens the control environment, and to oversee the financial reporting process.

Please note, that while these meetings are open to the public, due to the Government's advice in relation to the Coronavirus outbreak, this meeting will be held via Skype.

If you would like to 'observe' this meeting, you must register in advance by emailing [email protected] and details of how you can listen to proceedings will be provided.

The agenda and full papers for this meeting are always provided at least five working days before this meeting.

Take a look at the papers and find out more about the Audit Committee.

Police Commissioner Emily Spurrell consulting on her Police and Crime Plan

How can we make Merseyside even safer?

Merseyside’s Police Commissioner is asking for your views on how we can make Merseyside even safer.

Emily Spurrell wants you to share your opinions on policing and community safety with her through her Safer Merseyside consultation.

Your views will be the backbone of her spearhead document, Merseyside’s Police and Crime Plan, which will set the policing and community safety priorities for the region for the next three years.

Merseyside PCC