The Public Service Board (PSB) launched in October 2019 and holds quarterly meetings. Chairs of Independent Advisory Groups (IAGs) and key individuals from across the Force are invited to attend.
Meetings are chaired by Deputy Chief Constable Paul Mills and are supported by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.
To date the PSB has held nine meetings, highlighting a range of key issues for IAG members to offer critical feedback.
During the early months of Covid 19, PSB held monthly update meetings with chairs and successful moved to an online platform for its quarterly meetings.
Terms of Reference
The overarching purpose of the Police Public Service Board is for Wiltshire Police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner to have a forum that brings together Independent Advisory Group (IAG) chairs, to give an overview of the delivery of policing services within the county.
In addition, the board exists to seek the representative views of IAG members across the Force on key policing issues.
The group aims through effective consultation and engagement to continually review and adapt the delivery of policing services to meet the diverse needs of the communities of Wiltshire and Swindon.