Committee details

Audit, Crime & Disorder and Scrutiny Committee

Purpose of committee

Questions from the Public

 

Members of the public who live, work, attend an educational establishment or own or lease land in the Borough may submit a written question to, or ask a question verbally at meetings of the Audit, Crime & Disorder and Scrutiny Committee on matters within the committee’s Terms of Reference.

 

Written questions must be submitted to the Council’s Chief Legal Officer. The written question must arrive by noon on the tenth working day before the day of the meeting. For example, for a meeting on a Tuesday, the request must therefore arrive by noon on the Tuesday two weeks before the meeting.

 

Terms of Reference

 

Committee

Terms of Reference

Number of Councillors

Audit, Crime & Disorder Scrutiny Committee

 

1   Exercise the Council’s scrutiny and review functions in accordance with Article 6 of Part of this Constitution and the Scrutiny Procedure Rules set out in Part 4; including overall responsibility for audit and governance frameworks (including functions of an audit committee);

2   Oversee compliance with the Council’s duties concerning Best Value;

3   Monitor implementation of recommendations from the external and internal auditors;

4   Monitor progress on the Council’s Corporate Plan;

5   Review and approve the Annual Governance Statement.

6   Exercise the Council’s scrutiny and review functions in relation to local crime and disorder matters within the remit of the Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership in accordance with Article 6 of Part 2 of this Constitution

 

10

 

Membership

Contact information

Support officer: Democratic Services, 01372 732122. Email: democraticservices@epsom-ewell.gov.uk