Justice Sub-Committee on Policing


About The Committee

The key role of the Sub-Committee is to consider and report on the operation of the Police and Fire Reform (Scotland) Act 2012 as it relates to policing. The 2012 Act established the Police Service of Scotland (“Police Scotland”) and the Scottish Police Authority, which is charged with oversight of Police Scotland.

Amongst matters of interest to the Sub-Committee in relation to policing are:

List: Governance and administration; Financial management; Local Policing; Investigation and complaints and On-going re-structuring in anticipation of changing needs and demands on the service.

Committee Meetings

9th Justice Sub-Committee on Policing Meeting 2018

Date: 9th Meeting, Thursday 13 September 2018

Location: Committee Room 6

Papers for this meeting will be posted here on 10 September 2018

Current Business

Committee Reports

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Contact the Committee

Clerk: Diane Barr

Email: justicecommittee@parliament.scot

Telephone: 0131 348 5220

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