Police Reform and Transformation Board
Bringing police leaders together, the Police Reform and Transformation Board (PRTB) will support the service in making changes aiming to transform policing by 2025. The changes are needed to tackle new threats and improve the service for the public.
The board met for the first time on February 23 2016 and is an unincorporated, voluntary association of its members who will work collaboratively to reform policing for the benefit of the public. Its purpose is to oversee and support the change to ensure it is coherent and provides the best service to the public, working with the NPCC coordination committees, APCC standing groups, Home Office forces and the National Crime Agency. The PRTB’s terms of reference are available here .
The board is PCC chaired with the following members:
- Police and Crime Commissioners
- Chief Constables
- Metropolitan Police representative, Commissioner, MPS
- Other policing bodies representatives – Member of the City of London’s Police Committee and Mayor’s Office for Police and Crime representative
- NPCC Chair
- College of Policing, Chief Executive
- National Crime Agency, Director-General
- Home Office, Director General Crime, Policing & Fire Group
- Her Majesty’s Inspector of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Service, Chief Inspector (observer)