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Scottish Policing Board

The Scottish Policing Board met for the first time on 23 November 2009. Building on the current system of local policing and accountability its purpose is to bring together the tripartite partners (the police, the Scottish Government and Police Authority Conveners) with COSLA to collectively identify and consider the key strategic priorities for policing across Scotland.

The Board met for the tenth time on 31 January 2012.

Role, Remit and Membership

At its first meeting the Board considered and agreed a Foundation Document setting out its role, remit and membership.


Meeting papers are available online.