COMMONS

Home Affairs Committee to look at police finances

11 January 2011

Commons Home Affairs Committee to hear evidence from Paul McKeever, (Chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales), Peter Fahy (Chief Constable) Greater Manchester Police, Rt Hon Ed Balls MP (Shadow Secretary of State for the Home Department), Tom Brake MP (Co-Chair of the Liberal Democrat Backbench Committee on Home Affairs, Justice and Equalities) from 11.00am on Tuesday 11 January, Committee Room 15

This is the first session of a short inquiry focusing on the allocation of central funding to police authorities, as announced by the Minister of State for Policing and Criminal Justice, Rt hon Nick Herbert MP, in a written statement on 13 December. The Committee expects to conduct a longer inquiry, into the economy, efficiency and effectiveness of the police, later in the year.

Witnesses:

At 11.00 am

  • Paul McKeever, Chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales

 At 11.30 am

  • Chief Constable Peter Fahy, Greater Manchester Police

At 12 noon

  • Rt Hon Ed Balls MP, Shadow Secretary of State for the Home Department

At 12.30 pm

  • Tom Brake MP, Co-Chair of the Liberal Democrat Backbench Committee on Home Affairs, Justice and Equalities

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