Police and Crime Commissioner
David Hanson (Shadow Minister (Home Affairs); Delyn, Labour)
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many people attended the police and crime commissioner roadshow in (a) Lancaster, (b) Crewe, (c) Birmingham, (d) Leicester, (e) Derby, (f) Portsmouth, (g) Reading, (h) London, (i) Ipswich, (j) Cambridge and (k) Leeds.
Nick Herbert (The Minister for Policing and Criminal Justice; Arundel and South Downs, Conservative)
The Home Office is holding 17 events for the range of partners that Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) will need to engage with including senior representatives of local authorities, police, police authorities and Criminal Justice partners. The events aim to help partners prepare for the introduction of PCCs in November 2012. Some 1,000 senior representatives have attended the 11 events held to date.