Hopefully Commissioner Bright will also read this and metaphorically 'pulls his socks up' and deliver what we would suggest is a professional service befitting his elected role.
Clearly as it was a new office, much of the policy and reporting mechanisms had to be made on the hoof as it were. There are well established proven project management systems such as PRINCE 2 which if applied by the Commissioner to his work would very quickly ensure that whatever he is aiming for, is properly recorded, all decisions processed, and any lingering doubts over the public money he is spending, cast aside as everything will be properly accounted for. ....
Public Participation at Cambs Police and Crime Panel – 5 February 2014
Wednesday, January 29th, 2014. 12:04am
Reporting of DecisionsThe Police and Crime Commissioner repeatedly assures the panel he is reporting all decisions he makes to the panel. I am concerned that panel is allowing the commissioner to select those decisions which the panel are formally notified of.
When deciding which decisions to report to the panel for scrutiny the commissioner appears to be reflecting the criteria he uses for publishing decisions on his own website, selecting only those he considers “of significant public interest” to report.
Examples of decisions which have not been reported to the panel, which I would have liked to have seen scrutinised include:
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