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Human Resources Committee

Thursday 27th January 2005

A meeting of the Human Resources Committee will be held on Thursday 27th January 2005 at 2.00pm in the Conference Room, at the Police Authority Offices to consider the items as detailed on the Agenda given below.

Any papers listed as 'to follow', urgent items or supplementary papers will be made available as soon as possible and in any event at least 30 minutes before the start of the meeting.

S G Davey
Chief Executive & Clerk
To The Police Authority

Meeting agenda

Opening Items

  1. Apologies for Absence
    To receive apologies for absence from Members unable to attend the meeting.
  2. Declarations of Interests
    To receive any declarations from Members / Officers of personal and / or prejudicial interests in respect of matters for consideration at this meeting, together with the appropriate statement on the nature of any such declared interests.
  3. Minutes (108 Kb)
    To confirm the minutes of the meeting held on 16th November 2004 as a correct record.
  4. Restorative Policing Training for Neighbourhood Beat Managers (124 Kb)
    Superintendent Ian Curtis will make a presentation on the training programme which is being delivered throughout the Constabulary to Neighbourhood Beat Managers. A short introductory report is attached to the Agenda.
  5. HMIC Training Review Best Practice
    An oral update on the implementation of the HMIC recommendations.
  6. Human Resources Improvement Plan
    An oral report about the HR Improvement Plan which is a compilation of various plans that require an HR commitment. Please bring your copy of the Improvement Plan (circulated on 08.12.04) to the meeting.
  7. Champion for Gender Issues (73 Kb)
    Many current initiatives such as job evaluation may have impact on gender issues and it has been suggested that the Authority should nominate a person as a Gender Issues Champion. In order for the role to be understood and developed a role profile has been suggested. The Committee is asked to agree the role profile and nominate a person as the Gender Issues Champion.
  8. Police Authority Human Resources Policies (76 Kb)
    In order to meet legislative requirements, best practice as an employer, and the needs of the revised Police Authority organisation structure, it is necessary to consider compiling and implementing a series of HR policies. The Committee is asked to approve the policies attached to the report.
    Accompanying documents:

Members of the HR Committee: Sir Simon Day, N Dendy, S Malloni, D Money, C Ryan, J Smith, A Talbot, C Wallin.

If you require any further information regarding this meeting please contact:

Joy Norris email:

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