THE Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Panel will meet virtually for the first time on Friday, July 24.
Panel members, representing the four local authorities in the force area, have a duty to hold the Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn to account.
They meet with him regularly to challenge and scrutinise his work.
In Friday’s meeting, starting at 10am, they will discuss the Commissioner’s draft annual report and hear an update about how the Force has responded to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Members will also have an opportunity to elect a new Chair and Vice Chair to the Panel.
A livestream of the meeting will be available via the Panel website.
There are no public questions on the agenda for Friday, however people are being reminded that they can put questions forward for future meetings.
Questions can be submitted online, or in writing at DPPandCrimepanel@carmarthenshire.gov.uk at least 10 days before the next meeting of the Panel.
Visit www.dppoliceandcrimepanel.wales for more information about the Panel, its membership, forthcoming meeting dates, agendas and webcasting links, as well as submitting questions for the Panel to put to the Commissioner.