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Public Assurance Meetings

Public Assurance Meetings are one of the primary mechanisms by which the PCC meets his statutory responsibility to hold the Chief Constable to account. The meetings focus on the performance of Lincolnshire Police and provide assurance regarding the effectiveness and efficiency of policing services.

 For more detailed information on the Public Assurance Meetings please click here

The latest Public Assurance Meeting took place on Tuesday 13th September 2022 between 15:10 and 17:10 via an internal video conference.

The previous meetings have been recorded and uploaded to the Police and Crime Commissioner's YouTube account.

The associated papers for the last Public Assurance Meeting on Tuesday 13 September 2022 can be found below:


Agenda Item 4 - Public Questions - Force Response

Agenda Items 5 and 6 - PAM Performance Dashboard

Agenda Item 7a- Thematic Briefing- Business Crime

Agenda Item 7b- Thematic Briefing- Substance Misuse

Agenda Item 7c- Thematic Briefing- Putting Victims First

Agenda Item 7d– Thematic Briefing- Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

Discussion Notes

Recording of the Meeting

The deadline for asking public questions for the next Public Assurance Meeting has now passed.

For more information on how to ask a question please see below.

How to ask a question at the Public Assurance Meeting:

The meeting provides the opportunity for the public to observe the discussions between the Police and Crime Commissioner and the Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police. 

Prior to the meeting, the public can submit a written question on the performance of Lincolnshire Police.

View guidance on how to ask a question


Previous Meetings

View documents and recordings of previous Public Assurance Meetings


Public Assurance Meeting Archive

Public Assurance Meeting Archive

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How to ask a question

Guidance on how to ask a question at a Public Assurance Meeting

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Archive of Public Questions

Archive of Public Questions

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