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Social Cohesion & Community Safety O&S Committee, Tuesday 10th March 2015 – 2.00 pm, Committee Room 2, The Council House
In the final Committee meeting of the municipal year Members will be hearing from Councillor Jess Phillips on the work of the Police and Crime Panel during the year and also what Councillor Phillips has been doing in her role as the City Council’s Victims Champion.
Members will also receive an update on the work and forthcoming priorities of the Birmingham Community Safety Partnership.
Partnerships, Contract Performance and Third Sector O&S Committee, Monday 16th March 2015 – 10.30 am, Committee Rooms 3&4, The Council House
Councillor Stewart Stacey, Cabinet Member for Commissioning, Contracting and Improvement will be attending this meeting to update the Committee on the progress he has made on areas within his portfolio and linked to the current Council’s business plan. Councillor Stacey will also be outlining his forthcoming priorities.
Members will also receive an update briefing from the City Council’s Highways service and partners Amey on the performance of the Highways Management Contract since they last attended Committee in November 2014.
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