Published on October 11th, 2011 | by admin0
Police Authority to Quiz Force about Organisational Changes
At its meeting on Thursday, the Local Policing and Justice Committee will be probing to find out whether the changes that have been introduced through West Midlands Police Continuous Improvement Project and Programme Paragon have actually made a difference in terms of service to the public.
Chair of the Local Policing and Justice Committee Julia Lyle said: “This is a significant milestone, when we will take stock of the programmes of change the Force has been driving forward. We want to be sure that the Force is really delivering the quality of service which was promised. The committee will be delving into the facts and figures to find out whether the programmes, which are intended to improve public confidence while delivering a leaner more effective local policing service are actually living up to our expectations.”
The meeting is due to take place at 10am on Thursday 13 October, at Lloyd house, Colmore Circus Queensway, Birmingham B4 6NQ. Members of the public and media are welcome to come and observe the meeting taking place and will be welcome to talk with committee members before and after the meeting.
Reports for the meeting can be downloaded from the Authority’s website at: