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House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Policing and Crime Bill 2015-16

Here you can browse the record of the public proceedings of the House of Commons Public Bill Committee on the Policing and Crime Bill.

Committee members and staff

Chairs: Mr George Howarth, Mr David Nuttall

Clerks: Ben Williams and Marek Kubala

Membership:

Documents

Reports of Proceedings

Full transcripts of the Public Bill Committee meetings.

Proceeding Date
Committee Debate: 7th sitting | PDF version, 351KB 12.04.2016
Committee Debate: 6th sitting | PDF version, 203KB 24.03.2016
Committee Debate: 5th sitting | PDF version, 123KB 24.03.2016
Committee Debate: 4th sitting | PDF version, 282KB 22.03.2016
Committee Debate: 3rd sitting | PDF version, 143KB 22.03.2016
Committee Debate: 2nd sitting | PDF version, 184KB 15.03.2016
Committee Debate: 1st sitting | PDF version, 148KB 15.03.2016

Written evidence

Written submissions from outside bodies and individuals are circulated to MPs appointed to examine the Bill during committee stage in a Public Bill Committee. The following written submissions were sent to this committee.

Written evidence Date
Written Evidence: Professor Anthea Hucklesby (PCB40) 13.04.2016
Written Evidence: Glen Mallen (PCB41) 13.04.2016
Written Evidence: Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside (PCB42) 13.04.2016
Written Evidence: Youth Justice Board for England and Wales (PCB43) 13.04.2016
Written Evidence: Matthew Gunning further submission (PCB44) 13.04.2016
Written Evidence: Mental Health Alliance PCB11 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Mind PCB12 (PDF, 334KB) 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Home Office further submission PCB13 (PDF, 3MB) 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Local Government Association PCB14 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Countryside Alliance PCB15 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: The Law Society PCB16 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Police Superintendents' Association of England and Wales PCB17 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Chief Constable Mark Polin, Chair of the Chief Police Officers Staff Association PCB18 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Immigration Law Practitioners' Association PCB19 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Home Office further submission PCB20 (PDF, 654KB) 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Ian Durrant PCB21 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Richard Cartwright, Kevin Cartwright, and James Cartwright-Ross PCB22 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Royal College of Nursing PCB23 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Great War Society PCB24 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Independent Police Complaints Commission further submission PCB25 (PDF, 536KB) 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Mind further submission PCB26 (PDF, 293KB) 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: International Justice Mission UK PCB27 (PDF, 152KB) 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Mr Strawbridge PCB28 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Matthew Gunning PCB29 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: British Shooting Sports Council PCB30 (PDF, 142KB) 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Assistant Chief Constable Dave Orford, National Policing Lead on Firearms PCB31 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Historical Breechloading Smallarms Association PCB32 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Helston Forensics PCB33 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: National Police Chiefs Council PCB34 (PDF, 460KB) 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Edward Hallett PCB35 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Deactivated Weapons Association PCB36 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Mark Fleet PCB37 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Association of Convenience Stores PCB38 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: The Tommy Teaches Ltd PCB39 12.04.2016
Written Evidence: Royal College of Psychiatrists PCB06 24.03.2016
Written Evidence: UNISON PCB07 24.03.2016
Written Evidence: NHS Providers PCB08 (PDF, 497KB) 24.03.2016
Written Evidence: Home Office further submission PCB09 (PDF, 617KB) 24.03.2016
Written Evidence: West Midlands Fire Service PCB10 (PDF, 304KB) 24.03.2016
Written Evidence: Dame Anne Owers, Chair, Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) PCB05 (PDF, 144KB) 22.03.2016
Written Evidence: Home Office further submission PCB04 (PDF, 2MB) 17.03.2016
Written Evidence: Greater Manchester Fire & Rescue Service (GMFRS) PCB01 16.03.2016
Written Evidence: College of Policing PCB02 16.03.2016
Written Evidence: Home Office PCB03 (PDF, 2MB) 16.03.2016

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