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2004-2005

Appeals Committee

To hear and decide upon appeals arising from the decisions of the Disciplinary Hearing as provided for in Regulation 13 of the Fire Services ( Discipline ) Regulations 1985; appeals against decisions of the Chief Fire Officer under the grievance procedure; disputes under the national conditions of service for uniformed personnel; appeals against dismissal made in accordance with the Fire Authority's disciplinary procedures and ACAS Guidelines; appeals under the Firemen's Pension Scheme Order and appeals under the Local Government Superannuation Regulations. There are 5 Members in total on this Committee but only the Chair and Vice Chair of the Committee are permanent. The other 3 Members are selected by the Clerk to the Fire Authority ( following consultation with Group Leaders ) as and when necessary in accordance with proportionality and subject to eligibility.

Appointments Committee

This committee appoints the Chief Fire Officer, Deputy Chief Fire Officer and Assistant Chief Officers and it has to submit its minutes to the Fire Authority.

Disciplinary Committee

The powers to this Committee are delegated as provided for in Regulation 9 and 12 of the Fire Services ( Discipline ) Regulations 1985.

Executive Committee

This Committe deals with all matters of an urgent nature which cannot reasonably be delayed till the next Fire Authority meeting; it considers and monitors the Authority's budget as necessary and makes appropriate recommendations; awards contracts in circumstances where it is recommended to accept other than the lowest tender received;it opens and considers tenders for contracts where the estimated value exceeds £100,000;it deals with matters that can be dealt with locally as part of the modernisation agenda; it considers recommendations arising from meetings of the West Midlands Regional Management Board;deals with matters relating to the Members Allowances Scheme; it considers and makes recommendations to the Authority on the conditions of service and salary of the posts of Chief Fire Officer, Deputy Chief Fire Officer and Assistant Chief Officers; it considers partnership working, funding and/or goods, works or services provided freely from external sources, including external funding arrangements; it considers all matters associated with the Private Finance Initiative as it relates to the work of the Fire Authority; it deals with any other matters referred to it by the Fire Authority and it submits its minutes to the Authority.

Fire Authority

Reports and recommendations are submitted for consideration by the Authority in accordance with the agreed scheme of delegation and terms of reference of Committees.

Joint Consultative Panel

The role of this Panel is to maintain regular methods of consultation between the Authority and the recognised representative bodies and to consider and make recommendations on any issues which may arise. It also considers and makes recommendations to the Authority on any relevant matter referred to it by the Authority or by the relevant employee organisations;it also considers and makes recommendations to the Authority on the application of the terms and conditions of service for employees and it also discharges such other functions as are specifically assigned to it. In appropriate circumstances it refers any question coming before it to the National Joint Council for consideration and advice where such action is deemed advisable: it informs the National Joint Council or any other appropriate body concerned of any recommendations of the Panel which appear to be of more than local interest provided that any such action shall be by way of a recommendation to the Authority prior to its submission.

Policy Planning Forum

This Forum makes provision for the consideration of key policy areas affecting the Authority and its services and it submits its notes to the Authority.

Standards Committee

The purpose of this Committee is to promote and maintain high standards of conduct by Members of the Authority and to assist Members of the Authority to observe the Authority's Code of Conduct, specifically : to advise the Authority on the adoption or revision of a Code of Conduct ; to monitor the operation of the Authority's Code of Conduct and to advise, train or arrange training for Members of the Authority on matters relating to the Authority's Code of Conduct. It also exercises any functions which the Authority may consider appropriate from time to time and it submits its minutes to the Authority.

2005-2006

Appeals Committee

To hear and decide upon disputes under the national conditions of service for uniformed personnel and non-uniformed personnel; appeals under the Firemen's Pension Scheme Order and appeals under the Local Government Superannuation Regulations. To submit its minutes to the Authority. There are 5 Members in total on this Committee but only the Chair and Vice Chair of the Committee are permanent. The other 3 Members are selected by the Clerk to the Fire Authority ( following consultation with Group Leaders ) as and when necessary in accordance with proportionality and subject to eligibility.

Appointments Committee

This committee appoints the Chief Fire Officer, Deputy Chief Fire Officer and Assistant Chief Officers and it has to submit its minutes to the Fire Authority.

Disciplinary Committee

The powers to this Committee are delegated as provided for in Regulation 9 and 12 of the Fire Services ( Discipline ) Regulations 1985.

Executive Committee

This Committe deals with all matters of an urgent nature which cannot reasonably be delayed till the next Fire Authority meeting; it considers and monitors the Authority's budget as necessary and makes appropriate recommendations; awards contracts in circumstances where it is recommended to accept other than the lowest tender received;it opens and accepts tenders for contracts where the estimated value exceeds £100,000;it deals with matters that can be dealt with locally as part of the modernisation agenda; it considers recommendations arising from meetings of the West Midlands Regional Management Board;deals with matters relating to the Members Allowances Scheme; it considers and makes recommendations to the Authority on the conditions of service and salary of the posts of Chief Fire Officer, Deputy Chief Fire Officer and Assistant Chief Officers; it approves arrangaments for partnership working, funding and/or goods, works or services provided freely from external sources, including external funding arrangements, above £20,000 in value; it considers all matters associated with the Private Finance Initiative as it relates to the work of the Fire Authority; it deals with any other matters referred to it by the Fire Authority and it submits its minutes to the Authority.

Fire Authority

Reports and recommendations are submitted for consideration by the Authority in accordance with the agreed scheme of delegation and terms of reference of Committees.

Joint Consultative Panel

The role of this Panel is to maintain regular methods of consultation between the Authority and the recognised representative bodies and to consider and make recommendations on any issues which may arise. It also considers and makes recommendations to the Authority on any relevant matter referred to it by the Authority or by the relevant employee organisations;it also considers and makes recommendations to the Authority on the application of the terms and conditions of service for employees and it also discharges such other functions as are specifically assigned to it. In appropriate circumstances it refers any question coming before it to the National Joint Council for consideration and advice where such action is deemed advisable: it informs the National Joint Council or any other appropriate body concerned of any recommendations of the Panel which appear to be of more than local interest provided that any such action shall be by way of a recommendation to the Authority prior to its submission. It also submits its minutes to the Authority.

Policy Planning Forum

This Forum makes provision for the consideration of key policy areas affecting the Authority and its services and it submits its notes to the Authority.

Standards Committee

The purpose of this Committee is to promote and maintain high standards of conduct by Members of the Authority and to assist Members of the Authority to observe the Authority's Code of Conduct, specifically : to advise the Authority on the adoption or revision of a Code of Conduct ; to monitor the operation of the Authority's Code of Conduct and to advise, train or arrange training for Members of the Authority on matters relating to the Authority's Code of Conduct. It also considers and makes a determination on reports referred to the Committee by the Monitoring Officer with regard to alleged breaches of the Authority's Code of Conduct that have been referred to the Monitoring Officer for investigation by an ethical standards officer of the Standards Board for England. It also exercises any functions which the Authority may consider appropriate from time to time and it submits its minutes to the Authority.

2006-2007

Appeals Committee

To hear and decide upon disputes under the national conditions of service for uniformed and non-uniformed personnel;appeals under the Firemen's Pension Scheme Order;appeals under the Local Government Superannuation Regulations and to submit its minutes to the Authority.

Appointments Committee

To make the appointments of the Chief Fire Officer, Deputy Chief Fire Officer and Assistant Chief Officers and to submit its minutes to the Authority.

Executive Committee

To deal with all matters of an urgent nature which cannot reasonably be delayed until the next ordinary meeting of the Authority or appropriate Committee; to consider and monitor the Authority's budget as necessary and to make appropriate recommendations; to award contracts in circumstances where it is recommended to accept other than the lowest tender received; to open and accept tenders for contracts where the estimated value exceeds £100,000; to deal with matters that can be dealt with locally as part of the modernisation agenda; to consider recommendations arising from meetings of the West Midlands Regional Management Board; to deal with matters relating to the Members' Allowances Scheme; to consider and make recommendations to the Authority on the conditions of service and salary of the posts of Chief Fire Officer,Deputy Chief Fire Officer and Assistant Chief Officers; to approve arrangements for partnership working, funding and/or goods, works or services provided freely from external sources, including external funding agreements, above £20,000 in value; to deal with any other matters referred to it by the Authority and to submit its minutes to the Authority.

Fire Authority

Reports and recommendations are submitted for consideration by the Authority in accordance with the agreed scheme of delegation and terms of reference of Committees.

Joint Consultative Panel

To establish regular methods of consultation between the Authority and its employees and to consider and make recommendations on any problems which may arise; to consider and make recommendations to the Authority on any relevant matter referred to it by the Authority or by the relevant employee organisations; to consider and make recommendations to the Authority on the application of the terms and conditions of service for employees; to discharge such functions as are specifically assigned to it. In appropriate circumstances, refer any questions coming before it to the National Joint Council for consideration and advice where such action is deemed advisable; to inform the National Joint Council or any other appropriate body concerned of any recommendations of the Panel which appear to be of more than local interest provided that any such action shall be by way of a recommendation to the Authority prior to its submission; and to submit its notes to the Authority.

Policy Planning Forum

To provide for the consideration of key policy areas affecting the Authority and service delivery and to submit its notes to the Authority.

Standards Committee

To promote and maintain high standards of conduct by Members of the Authority; to assist Members of the Authority to observe the Authority's Code of Conduct, specifically to advise the Authority on the adoption or revision of a Code of Conduct, to monitor the operation of the Authority's Code of Conduct and to advise, train or arrange for training for Members of the Authority on matters relating to the Authority's Code of Conduct. Also, to consider and make a determination on reports to the Committee by the Monitoring Officer with regard to alleged breaches of the Authority's Code of Conduct that have been referred to him/her for investigation by an ethical standards officer of the Standards Board for England; to exercise any functions which the Authority may consider appropriate from time to time and to submit its minutes to the Authority.

2007-2008

Appeals Committee

To hear and decide upon; disputes under the national conditions of service for uniformed and non-uniformed personnel;appeals under the Firemen's Pension Scheme Order; appeals under the Local Government Superannuations Regulations and to submit its minutes to the Authority.

Appointments Committee

To make the appointments of the Chief Fire Officer, Deputy Chief Fire Officer and Assistant Chief Officers.

Audit Committee

The purpose of the Audit Committee is to provide independent assurance of the adequacy of the risk management framework and the associated control environment, independent scrutiny of the Authority's financial and non-financial performance to the extent that it affects the Authority's exposure to risk and weakens the control environment and to oversee the financial reporting process.

Executive Committee

The purpose of this Committee is to deal with all matters of an urgent nature which cannot reasonably be delayed intil the next ordinary meeting of the Authority or appropriate Committee; to consider and monitor the Authority's budget as necessary and to make appropriate recommendations; to award contracts in circumstances where it is recommended to accept other than the lowest tender received; to open and accept tenders for contracts where the estimated value exceeds £100,000; to deal with matters that can be dealt with locally as part of the modernisation agenda; to consider recommendations arising from meetings of the West Midlands Regional Management Board; to deal with matters relating to the Members' Allowances Scheme; to consider and make recommendations to the Authority on the conditions of service and salary of the posts of Chief Fire Officer, Deputy Chief Fire Officer and Assistant Chief Officers; to approve arrangements for partnership working, funding and/or goods, work or services provided freely from external sources, including external funding agreements, above £20,000 in value; to consider the effectiveness of the Authority's risk management arrangements, the control environment and associated anti-fraud and anti-corruption arrangements; to be satisfied that the Authority's assurance statements, including the Statement of Internal Control, properly reflect the risk environment and any actions required to improve it; to review summary internal audit reports and the main issues arising, and seek assurance that action has been taken where necessary; to monitor management action in response to the issues raised by external audit; to deal with any other matters referred to it by the Authority and to submit its minutes to the Authority.

Fire Authority

Reports and recommendations are submitted for consideration by the Authority in accordance with the agreed scheme of delegation and terms and references of the Committees.

Joint Consultative Panel

To establish regular methods of consultation between the Authority and its employees and to consider and make recommendations on any problems which may arise. To consider and make recommendations to the Authority on any relevant matter referred to it by the Authority or by the relevant employee organisations; to consider and make recommendations to the Authority on the application of the terms and conditions of service for employees; to discharge such other functions as are specifically assigned to it; in appropriate circumstances, to refer any questions coming before it to the National Joint Council for consideration and advice where such action is deemed advisable; to inform the National Joint Council or any other appropriate body concerned of any recommendation of the Panel which appear to be of more than local interest provided that any such action shall be by way of a recommendation to the Authority prior to its submission and to submit its notes to the Authority.

Policy Planning Forum

To provide for the consideration of key policy areas affecting the Authority and service delivery.

Standards Committee

To promote and maintain high standards of conduct by members of the Authority; to assist Members of the Authority to observe the Authority's Code of Conduct, specifically to advise the Authority on the adoption or revision of a Code of Conduct, to monitor the operation of the Authority's COde of Conduct and to advise, train or arrange for training for Members of the Authority on matters relating to the Authority's Code of Conduct. Also, to consider and determine any allegations of misconduct against Members of the Authority, being a breach of the National Code of COnduct or a code of conduct or protocol approved by the Authority as amended from time to time, and for this purpose to reslove upon or recommend to the Authority any sanction which it sees fit as a consequence of a finding of misconduct. The granting of dispensation to Members from requirement relating to interests set out in the Code of Conduct for Members; to exercise any functions ahich the Authority may consider appropriate from time to time and to submit its minutes to the Authority.

2008-2009

Appeals Committee

To hear and decide upon; disputes under the national conditions of service for uniformed and non-uniformed personnel;appeals under the Firemen's Pension Scheme Order; appeals under the Local Government Superannuations Regulations and to submit its minutes to the Authority.

Appointments Committee

To make the appointments of the Chief Fire Officer, Deputy Chief Fire Officer and Assistant Chief Officers. To shortlist and interview candidates for appointment as independent Members of the Standards Committee and to make a recommendation to the Authority as to the person/s to be appointed. To submit its minutes to the Authority.

Audit Committee

AUDIT ACTIVITY - Approve the internal audit strategy; consider the Audit Service's annual report and opinion and a summary of internal audit activity and the level of assurance it gives over the Authority's governance, risk management and internal control arrangements; consider any summaries of internal audit activity and specific internal audit reports requested by the Committee; consider reports dealing with the management and performance of Audit Services where necessary; consider a report from Audit Services on the timelines of management responses to internal audit reports and on agreed recommendations not implemented within a reasonable timescale; consider specific reports as agreed with the external auditor and the report to those charged with governance where necessary; comment on the scope and depth of external audit work and to ensure it gives value for money and liaise with the Audit Commission over the appointment of the Authority's external auditor. REGULATORY FRAMEWORK - Maintain an overview of contract procedure rules and financial regulations; review any issue referred to it by the Chief Fire Officer, Clerk or Treasurer or any Authority body; monitor the effective development and operation of risk management and corporate governance in the Authority; monitor Authority policies on " Raising Concerns at Work ", the anti-fraud and anti-corruption strategy and the Authority's complaints process; oversee the production of the Authority's Governance Statement and to recommend its adoption; consider the Authority's arrangements for corporate governance and recommending necessary actions to ensure compliance with best practice; consider the Authority's compliance with its own and other published standards and controls. ACCOUNTS - Review the annual statement of accounts and, specifically, consider whether appropriate accounting policies have been followed and whether there are concerns arising from the financial statements or from the audit that need to be brought to the attention of the Authority; consider the external auditor's report to those charged with governance on issues arising from the audit of accounts; to deal with any other matters referred to it by the Authority and to submit its minutes to the Authority.

Executive Committee

To deal with all matters of an urgent nature which cannot reasonably be delayed until the next ordinary meeting of the Authority or appropriate committee.To consider and monitor the Authority’s budget as necessary and to make appropriate recommendations.To award contracts in circumstances where it is recommended to accept other than the lowest tender received.To open and accept tenders for contracts where the estimated value exceeds £100,000.To deal with matters that can be dealt with locally as part of the modernisation agenda.To consider recommendations arising from meetings of the West Midlands Regional Management Board.To deal with matters relating to the Members Allowances Scheme.To consider and make recommendations to the Authority on the conditions of service and salary of the posts of Chief Fire Officer, Deputy Chief Fire Officer and Assistant Chief Officers.To approve arrangements for partnership working, funding and/or goods, works or services provided freely from external sources, including external funding agreements, above £20,000 in value.To deal with any other matters referred to it by the Authority.To submit its minutes to the Authority.

Fire Authority

Reports and recommendations are submitted for consideration by the Authority in accordance with the agreed scheme of delegation and terms of reference of the Committees.

Joint Consultative Panel

To establish regular methods of consultation between the Authority and itsemployees and to consider and make recommendations on any problems which may arise.To consider and make recommendations to the Authority on any relevant matter referred to it by the Authority or by the relevant employee organisations.To consider and make recommendations to the Authority on the application of the terms and conditions of service for employees.To discharge such other functions as are specifically assigned to it.In appropriate circumstances, to refer any question coming before it to the National Joint Council for consideration and advice where such action is deemed advisable; to inform the National Joint Council or any other appropriate body concerned of any recommendations of the Panel which appear to be of more than local interest provided that any such action shall be by way of a recommendation to the Authority prior to its submission.To submit its notes to the Authority.

Policy Planning Forum

To provide for the consideration of key policy areas affecting the Authority and service delivery. To submit its notes to the Authority.

Standards Committee

To promote and maintain high standards of conduct by Members of the Authority; to assist Members of the Authority to observe the Authority's Code of Conduct, specifically to advise the Authority on the adoption or revision of a Code of Conduct, to monitor the operation of the Authority's Code of Conduct and to advise, train or arrange for training for Members of the Authority on matters relating to the Authority's Code of Conduct. Also, to determine, monitor and review the arrangements for the local ethical standards regime and carrying out any functions reserved to the Standards Committee under those arrangements. To appoint Sub-Committees with delegated power a) To discharge any function specified in Section 57A of the Local Government Act 2000 ( initial assessment of allegations of Member misconduct) b) To discharge any function specified in Section 57B of the Local Government Act 2000 ( review of decision of Assessment Sub-Committee) c) To conduct local hearings under Regulation 10 of the Standards Committee ( England ) Regulations 2008. The granting of dispensations to Members from requirements relating to interests set out in the Code of Conduct for Members; the granting of exemptions in respect of politically restricted posts and to exercise any functions which the Authority may consider appropriate from time to time and to submit its minutes to the Authority.

2009-2010

Appeals Committee

To hear and decide upon; disputes under the national conditions of service for uniformed and non-uniformed personnel;appeals under the Firemen's Pension Scheme Order; appeals under the Local Government Superannuations Regulations and to submit its minutes to the Authority.

Appointments Committee

To make the appointments of the Chief Fire Officer, Deputy Chief Fire Officer and Assistant Chief Officers; to consider and make a recommendation to the Authority on the dismissal or other disciplinary action in respect of the Chief Fire Officer, the Clerk, Monitoring Officer or Treasurer; to hear and decide upon appeals by the Deputy Chief Fire Officer against dismissal or other disciplinary action; to shortlist and interview candidates for appointment as independent Members of the Standards Committee and to make a recommendation to the Authority as to the person/s to be appointed and to submit its minutes to the Authority.

Audit Committee

AUDIT ACTIVITY - Approve the internal audit strategy; consider the Audit Service's annual report and opinion and a summary of internal audit activity and the level of assurance it gives over the Authority's governance, risk management and internal control arrangements; consider any summaries of internal audit activity and specific internal audit reports requested by the Committee; consider reports dealing with the management and performance of Audit Services where necessary; consider a report from Audit Services on the timelines of management responses to internal audit reports and on agreed recommendations not implemented within a reasonable timescale where necessary; consider specific reports as agreed with the external auditor and the report to those charged with governance where necessary; comment on the scope and depth of external audit work and to ensure it gives value for money and liaise with the Audit Commission over the appointment of the Authority's external auditor. REGULATORY FRAMEWORK - Maintain an overview of contract procedure rules and financial regulations; monitor the effective development and operation of risk management and corporate governance in the Authority; monitor Authority policies on " Raising Concerns at Work ", the anti-fraud and anti-corruption strategy and the Authority's complaints process; oversee the production of the Authority's Governance Statement and to recommend its adoption; consider the Authority's arrangements for corporate governance and recommending necessary actions to ensure compliance with best practice; consider the Authority's compliance with its own and other published standards and controls. ACCOUNTS - Review the annual statement of accounts and, specifically, consider whether appropriate accounting policies have been followed and whether there are concerns arising from the financial statements or from the audit that need to be brought to the attention of the Authority; consider the external auditor's report to those charged with governance on issues arising from the audit of accounts. GENERALLY ; Review any issue referred to it by the Chief Fire Officer, Clerk or TReasurer, or any Authority body; to refer matters for consideration by the AUthority, another Committee or an officert where considered appropriate; to deal with any other matters referred to it by the Authority and to submit its minutes and Annual Report to the Authority.

Executive Committee

To deal with all matters of an urgent nature which cannot reasonably be delayed until the next ordinary meeting of the Authority or appropriate committee.To consider and monitor the Authority’s budget as necessary and to make appropriate recommendations.To open tenders for contracts where the estimated value exceeds £100,000. To approve the procurement process in respect of tenders where the estimated value exceeds £100,000. To receive reports on the financial and other benefits arising from contracts let by way of negotiation where the estimated value of the contract exceeds £100,000, prior to the award of the contract. To monitor the award of contracts in excess of £30,000 where a tender other than the most economically advantageous ( highest score) or lowest price has been accepted, or where the contract has been extended and this was not an option at the time of the award of the contract. To monitor the award of all contracts in excess of £100,000 and in particular those to which an exemption to procurement standing orders has been approved.To deal with matters that can be dealt with locally as part of the modernisation agenda.To consider recommendations arising from meetings of the West Midlands Regional Management Board.To deal with matters relating to the Members Allowances Scheme.To consider and make recommendations to the Authority on the conditions of service and salary of the posts of Chief Fire Officer, Deputy Chief Fire Officer and Assistant Chief Officers.To approve arrangements for partnership working, funding and/or goods, works or services provided freely from external sources, including external funding agreements, above £20,000 in value.To deal with any other matters referred to it by the Authority.To submit its minutes to the Authority.

Fire Authority

Reports and recommendations are submitted for consideration by the Authority in accordance with the agreed scheme of delegation and terms of reference of the Committees.

Joint Consultative Panel

For the Joint Consultative Panel Constitution please see item 19 under Public Documents.

Policy Planning Forum

To provide for the consideration of key policy areas affecting the Authority and service delivery. To submit its notes to the Authority.

Standards Committee

To promote and maintain high standards of conduct by Members of the Authority; to assist Members of the Authority to observe the Authority's Code of Conduct, specifically to advise the Authority on the adoption or revision of a Code of Conduct, to monitor the operation of the Authority's Code of Conduct and to advise, train or arrange for training for Members of the Authority on matters relating to the Authority's Code of Conduct. Also, to determine, monitor and review the arrangements for the local ethical standards regime and carrying out any functions reserved to the Standards Committee under those arrangements. To appoint Sub-Committees with delegated power a) To discharge any function specified in Section 57A of the Local Government Act 2000 ( initial assessment of allegations of Member misconduct) b) To discharge any function specified in Section 57B of the Local Government Act 2000 ( review of decision of Assessment Sub-Committee) c) To conduct local hearings under Regulation 10 of the Standards Committee ( England ) Regulations 2008. The granting of dispensations to Members from requirements relating to interests set out in the Code of Conduct for Members; the granting of exemptions in respect of politically restricted posts and to exercise any functions which the Authority may consider appropriate from time to time; to submit an Annual Report to the Authority and to submit its minutes to the Authority.

2010-2011

Appeals Committee

The terms of reference are available in"Public Documents" - item 19c

Audit and Performance Management Committee

The terms of reference are available in "Public Documents" item 19a

Executive Committee

The terms of reference are available under " Public Documents " - item 19

Fire Authority

Reports and recommendations are submitted for consideration by the Authority in accordance with the agreed Scheme of Delegations and Terms of Reference of the Committees.

Joint Consultative Panel

The terms of reference are available in " Public Documents " - Item 19f

Member Developement Working Group

The terms of reference for the Member Development Working Group are available in " Public Documents " - item 19g.

Policy Planning Forum

The terms of reference are available in " Public Documents " - Item 19d.

Principal Officers' Staffing Committee

The terms of reference are available in "Public Documents" - item 19b.

Standards Committee

The terms of reference are available in " Public Documents " - item 19e.

2011-2012

Appeals Committee

The terms of reference are available in"Public Documents" - item 19c

Audit and Performance Management Committee

The terms of reference are available in "Public Documents" item 19a

Executive Committee

The terms of reference are available under " Public Documents " - item 19

Fire Authority

Reports and recommendations are submitted for consideration by the Authority in accordance with the agreed Scheme of Delegations and Terms of Reference of the Committees.

Joint Consultative Panel

The terms of reference are available in " Public Documents " - Item 19f

Member Developement Working Group

The terms of reference for the Member Development Working Group are available in " Public Documents " - item 19g.

Policy Planning Forum

The terms of reference are available in " Public Documents " - Item 19d.

Principal Officers' Staffing Committee

The terms of reference are available in "Public Documents" - item 19b.

Standards Committee

The terms of reference are available in " Public Documents " - item 19e.

2012-2013

Appeals Committee

The terms of reference are available in "public documents" 19c

Appointments Committee

The terms of reference are available in "public documents" 19b

Audit Committee

The terms of reference are available in "public documents" 19a

Executive Committee

The terms of reference are available in public documents 19

Fire Authority

Reports and recommendations are submitted for consideration by the Authority in accordance with the agreed scheme of delegations and terms of reference of the Committees

Policy Planning Forum

The terms of reference are available in "public documents" 19d

Scrutiny Committee

The terms of reference are available in "public documents" 19e

Standards Committee

The terms of reference are available in "public documents" 19f

2013 - 2014

Appeals Committee

The terms of reference are available in "public documents" 19c

Appointments Committee

The terms of reference are available in "public documents" 19b

Audit Committee

The terms of reference are available in "public documents" 19a

Executive Committee

The terms of reference are available in public documents 19

Fire Authority

Reports and recommendations are submitted for consideration by the Authority in accordance with the agreed scheme of delegations and terms of reference of the Committees

Policy Planning Forum

The terms of reference are available in "public documents" 19d

Scrutiny Committee

The terms of reference are available in "public documents" 19e

Standards Committee

The terms of reference are available in "public documents" 19f

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