Police and Crime Commissioners – A Mid-Term Review with Tony Lloyd
10 Nov 2014
Policy Week Plus event on Wednesday, 12 November (10-11.30am) (GMT) in Arthur Lewis Boardroom (Room 2.016)
In the two years since the first Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) were elected to set policing priorities in England and Wales the 41 new PCCs have developed their unique role, but not without controversy. The future of PCCs in criminal justice governance after the General Election, and in the context of debates around devolution to English cities, is a rapidly unfolding agenda.
We are pleased to welcome the PCC for Greater Manchester Tony Lloyd, a former Home Office Minister and first Chair of the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners, to provide a mid-term review and a look ahead at the future of the role of Police and Crime Commissioners in England and Wales.
The event, co-organised by policy@manchester, is chaired by Professor Francesca Gains who has been researching the new arrangements as part of the ERC funded ‘Understanding Institutional Change’ research project based at the University of Manchester.
After the address there will be the opportunity for the audience to respond and put questions to Tony Lloyd.
Tea, coffee and pastries will be served before the lecture. The Arthur Lewis Building is building no. 46 on the Campus Map.
Attendance is free but places are limited. Please register online at: