Commissioner joins panel at Policing and Crime Public Bill Committee
Police and Crime Commissioner David Lloyd today joined a panel of fellow PCC’s for a Policing and Crime Bill oral evidence session, held at the House of Commons.

The session formed part of the wider debate surrounding the Policing and Crime Bill  which over the course of the afternoon drew evidence from witnesses from The Children’s Society, Barnardo’s, and NSPCC, the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners, The National Police Chiefs’ Council and Metropolitan Police, Royal College of Psychiatrists and ‘Get Maisie Home’ campaign and finally the Independent Police Complaints Commission and College of Policing.

Commissioner Lloyd appeared alongside fellow witnesses Winston Roddick, Chair of the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners, David Jamieson, PCC for the West Midlands, and Vera Baird, PCC for Northumbria to provide their views on the Bill which broadly discusses issues such as Emergency Service Collaboration, Police complaints, discipline and inspection, Police workforce and representative institutions, Police power and Police and Crime Commissioners and Police Areas.

Taking place today (Tuesday 15th March) the meeting was also broadcast via the web on the live stream, accessible to anyone to view nationwide.

View the meeting in full here  (Commissioner Lloyd appears from 14:42 onwards)