We welcome attendance at our meetings.
Generally most meetings are open to the public and you can stay for as long as you want. There will be places for members of the public to sit in the meeting room.
A copy of the agenda for the meeting will usually be available from the Committee Secretary at the meeting (their name and contact details will appear on the agenda) but you may have to share if a lot of people attend.
You can find out information on when meetings are, find out information on memberships and the latest agendas and minutes on our Council meetings site.
Police & Crime Panel
The Panel comprises 10 councillors representing the 4 South Yorkshire local authorities, plus 2 independent co-opted members.
More information about the Panel including the membership, agendas and meeting dates are available from Rotherham Council.
The Sheffield City Council members on the Panel are:
- Councillor Robert Johnson
- Councillor Abdul Khayum
- Councillor Helen Mirfin-Boukouris
- Councillor Joe Otten
The South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) is responsible for deciding the priorities and budget for South Yorkshire Police, as well as supporting broader community safety activities across the region.
The Panel scrutinises the work of the PCC and holds them to account.
Audit & Standards Committee
The Committee promotes and maintains high standards of conduct by Councillors and Co-opted Members and oversees the Members' Code of Conduct.
The procedure for dealing with complaints regarding councillors and co-opted Members sets out how we will deal with a complaint alleging a breach of the Members’ Code of Conduct by:
- Sheffield City Councillors or Co-opted Members of the Council
- Bradfield Parish Councillors
- Ecclesfield Parish Councillors
- Stocksbridge Town Councillors
The Council has appointed 3 Independent Persons (Mr Stuart Carvell, Mr Marvyn Moore and Mr David Waxman) to help the Monitoring Officer and Audit & Standards Committee in considering complaints about Councillors and Co-opted Members.
Sheffield Safer & Sustainable Communities Partnership
The Sheffield Safer and Sustainable Communities Partnership is the city’s community safety partnership (CSP) with statutory responsibilities established under the Crime and Disorder Act 1998. The partnership has a legal responsibility to tackle crime, anti-social behaviour, drug and alcohol misuse.
The agenda for the most recent meeting is available below.