- From 1st January 2010 to date how many people in total have sat as members on Independent Advisory groups (IAG)
- From 1st January 2010 to date how many people of South Asian ethnicity have sat as members on Independent Advisory groups (IAG)
- Can you breakdown those identified in the answer to Q2 by the numbers of male and female South Asian members of IAGs since 1st January 2010?
- How many IAGs does your force currently have, and can you provide some details of their purpose?
- Do you have any specific IAGs that deal with South Asian issues? Such as IAGs set up in mosques and temples.
- Are all IAG members subject to a DBS check by your force?
- What is the vetting process to become an IAG member?
I can confirm that the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland does hold some of this information.
The recorded information held by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner about Cleveland Police’s Independent Advisory Groups and their membership only goes as far back as November 2015, as is when the OPCC took over the administration of the IAG meetings from Cleveland Police.Therefore all of the information in this response will relate to information dating from November 2015 to the present day.
Attached to this letter is our response in Excel format, as requested.
Date responded: 6 November 2019