This is the archived version of Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner. To view the new website click here
Banner Image


Police & Crime Commissioners are regularly asked to provide comment to various government proposals and legislation. The OPCC regularly ask local residents to comment on proposals. See the consultations and responses here.

Consultation shows public want investment in policing 6th February 2019

Northumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner has been consulting with local communities and the clear verdict is – nearly 90% of residents want to see more investment in policing. Residents were also asked if they would pay 31p a week...

Read More 

Northumbria PCC’s Response to the APCC Modern Slavery and the Role of the First Responder Consultation 26th January 2019

In December 2018, the APCC lead for Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking PCC Mark Burns-Williamson, highlighted the ongoing government reforms to the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) in relation to modern slavery and called for PCCs to provide their views...

Read More 

Northumbria PCC’s Contribution to the Metropolitan Police’s Response to the Sir John Gillen Review of Sexual Offences in Northern Ireland Consultation 26th December 2018

Sir John Gillen QC PC, a recently retired Court of Appeal Judge, is leading an independent review into how the law and procedures in Northern Ireland deal with serious sexual offences. He published a preliminary report containing draft recommendations...

Read More 

Northumbria PCC’s Response to the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) Consultation on the Police Complaints System Statutory Guidance 26th December 2018

This consultation sought views on the draft guidance that has been produced to support the reformed police complaints system, based on regulations from the Home Office and the input of policing and non-policing bodies. To read the full response,...

Read More 

Northumbria PCC’s Response to the Women and Equalities Committee Inquiry into the Use of Non-Disclosure Agreements in Discrimination Cases 28th November 2018

This inquiry aimed to look at the wider use of Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) in cases where any form of harassment or other discrimination is alleged. It follows the Women and Equalities Committee’s recent inquiry into sexual harassment in the...

Read More