South Yorkshire Police – HMCIC section 38 documents
30 Sep 2016 02:20 PM
The statutory process for a police and crime commissioner to require a chief constable to resign or retire contains several checks and balances, to ensure that the chief constable is treated fairly.
Part of that process requires the police and crime commissioner first to obtain and take into consideration the written views of HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary.
At a later stage of the process, the police and crime commissioner is also required to consider the recommendation of the local police and crime panel. The panel is entitled to ask for the further views of HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary on the matter. In this case, the panel did so.
As the statutory process has now ended with the forced removal of the chief constable, the written views of HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary on the matter are published here.
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Documents from HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary relating to the case of Chief Constable David Crompton