Coordination Committees
Our work
Reform and Transformation
Coordination Committees
Crime operations
Criminal justice
Equality, diversity and human rights
Information management
Local policing
Performance management
Chief Constables' Council

Our work

In addition to their day jobs, chief officers support the work of the NPCC by taking responsibility for the crime and policing issues from a national operational perspective.

There are eleven broad coordination committees, each led by a chief constable, covering issues such as crime operations, finance and criminal justice. Underneath these broad categories chief officers take the lead on specific issues. For example, under the Crime Operations Committee there are individual leads for domestic abuse, rape, drugs and cyber-crime.

Coordination committees work closely with the College of Policing to assist in the development of professional practice for police officers in different areas of policing. Representatives from the Government and other stakeholders in the criminal justice system and third sector are involved in the committees’ work to ensure that a range of perspectives are considered.

Coordination Committee Terms of Reference

The committees are: