Police Public Encounters Board

‚ÄčPurpose.  The Police and Public Encounters Board (PPEB) exists to provide a national forum where all issues relating to the interface between the police service and members of the public can be considered and debated. It provides an opportunity to identify and promote best practice.  The Board sits under the remit of the stop and search portfolio which is part of the Uniform Business Operations Business Area. The National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) lead for stop and search is Deputy Chief Constable Adrian Hanstock (BTP), who chairs the meetings.
 
Meetings & Membership.  The meetings are held quarterly and to reflect the national remit of the meeting, the venue is moved around England and Wales to ensure all forces have an opportunity to attend.  Membership is open to all Home Office forces and Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs), community representatives and interested parties are encouraged to attend.  All correspondence should be directed to;
Ms Pat Bastin,
MPS Stop and Search Team,
17th Floor North,
Empress State Building,
Lillie Road,
London,
SW6 1TR. 

Email: pat.bastin@met.police.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7161 0809.

Powers.  The Board is convened under the Uniform Business Operations Business Area of NPCC. NPCC is an independent, professionally led strategic body. In the public interest and in equal and active partnership with Government and partner agencies, NPCC leads and coordinates the direction and development of the police service in the United Kingdom.

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