PCCs need 'closer supervision'

MPs have warned that Police and Crime Commissioners should be more closely supervised in order to prevent them making 'maverick decisions'.

Stronger scrutiny required over Police and Crime Commissioners say MPs

Chief Constable, Neil Rhodes. Credit: ITV News Central

Stronger scrutiny is required of elected police commissioners to prevent 'maverick decision making', a damning report by MPs has warned.

The report follows a string of heavily-criticised decisions made by commissioners, including Lincolnshire PCC Alan Hardwick, who suspended Chief Constable Neil Rhodes over "potential conduct matters", which were later rejected by the police watchdog, the IPCC.

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