Members of the public are welcome to attend our meetings to watch them in person at any of the venues across the County. Publicly accessible meetings held in County Hall will be webcast, and we encourage people to view them that way. If you want to attend a meeting in person at any of the venues, note that there may not be space to maintain a social distance from others in the meeting room. We respect your individual choice whether to wear a mask – they are not mandatory, but some people feel more comfortable wearing one. You should not attend if you have tested positive for Coronavirus or if you have any symptoms of Coronavirus.
Anyone wanting to attend a meeting in person should contact us first at email@example.com.
The County Council acted as host authority for the Panel until 8 July 2013 and the Agenda and Minutes of meetings held until 8 July 2013 can be accessed via the above links.
On 8 July 2013 the Panel agreed that Blackburn with Darwen Council would take over as the host authority for the Panel for the following 12 months to be followed in subsequent years by Blackpool Borough Council and the County Council. Agenda/minutes for meetings of the Panel can be viewed at the Blackburn with Darwen Council website
The Panel is a joint committee made up of representatives from the 15 local authorities in the Lancashire Police Force area (see below) together with two independent co-opted members.
· Lancashire County Council
· Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council
· Blackpool Council
· District Councils x 12
The Panel will exercise specific powers under the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011, and all other enabling powers, discharging its functions in accordance with the Policing Order 2011. View the Panel's Terms of Reference.
Support officer: Phil Llewellyn, Executive and Councillor Support Manager.
Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council
Democratic Services, Resources Department
Phone: 01254 585369