Forensic Services Committee

Date:
30 May 2018
Location:

SPA
1 Pacific Quay
Glasgow
G51 1DZ

The public session of this meeting is open for members of the public, interested parties and media representatives to attend. Please confirm your attendance in advance by email to SPALiaison@spa.pnn.police.uk or telephone 01786 896 875.

In line with the Governance Framework, the agenda will be available 1 week prior to the meeting and papers will be available 3 working days in advance of the meeting.

AGENDA

1.   INTRODUCTION / WELCOME - Iain Whyte, Chair, SPA
1.1  Chair’s Opening Remarks
1.2  Apologies
1.3  Declarations of Interest
1.4  Items for Board Submission
1.5  Business Conducted Since Last Meeting
  
2.   MINUTE AND ACTIONS FROM PREVIOUS MEETING - Iain Whyte, Chair, SPA
2.1  Minute of Board Meeting held 15 February 2018
2.2  Rolling Action Log 
 
3.   MATTERS ARISING - Iain Whyte, Chair, SPA

4.   PRIVATE SESSION BUSINESS - Iain Whyte, Chair, SPA
4.1  Confirmation of Private Session business for 08 May 2018 
  
5.   FORENSIC SERVICES GOVERNANCE
5.1  Forensic Services Committee Terms of Reference - Tom Nelson, SPA
5.2  Forensic Services Programme Board Governance - Amy McDonald, SPA
5.3  Forensic Services Committee Co-Opted Members - Tom Nelson, SPA  

6.   HMICS UPDATE REPORT - Vicki Morton, SPA

7.   FORENSIC SERVICES PERFORMANCE REPORT – Q4 - Tom Nelson, SPA

8.   FORENSIC SERVICES WORKPLAN - Iain Whyte, Chair, SPA

9.   AOB - Iain Whyte, Chair, SPA

10.  DATE OF NEXT MEETING: Thursday 12 July 2018, SPA, Pacific Quay, Glasgow 

ITEMS OF BUSINESS IN PRIVATE SESSION 

11.  MINUTE AND ACTIONS FROM PREVIOUS MEETING - Iain Whyte, Chair, SPA
11.1 Minutes of Forensic Services Committee 15th February 2018 – Private
11.2 Forensic Services Committee Action Log – Private    
 
12.  MATTERS ARISING - Iain Whyte, Chair, SPA

13.  RISK*
(Items taken in Private in accordance with SPA Governance Framework, Section 27 (b) - where public discussion of the information may prejudice national security, legal proceeding, including misconduct or disciplinary proceedings, or police operations.)
13.1 Strategic Risk Register - Amy McDonald, SPA
13.2 Forensic Services Risk Register -  Graham Stickle, SPA

14. SERVICE BACK ARRANGEMENTS - Tom Nelson, SPA
(Items taken in Private in accordance with SPA Governance Framework, Section 27 (e) – where any information to be discussed is commercially financial and commercial sensitivity, relates to proposals for significant organisational change or to significant changes to the terms of conditions of staff) 

15. FORENSIC SERVICES BUSINESS PLAN - Amy McDonald, SPA
(Items taken in Private in accordance with SPA Governance Framework, Section 27 (e) – where any information to be discussed is commercially financial and commercial sensitivity, relates to proposals for significant organisational change or to significant changes to the terms of conditions of staff)
15.1 Forensic 2026 Strategic Change Programme Brief
15.2 2018/20 Business Unit Plans 
 
16. DRUGS AND SCENE EXAMINATION – BUSINESS OVERVIEW - Amy McDonald and Vicki Morton, SPA
(Items taken in Private in accordance with SPA Governance Framework, Section 27 (b) – where public discussion of the information may prejudice national security, legal proceedings (including misconduct or disciplinary proceedings), or police operations)  

17. DRUGS AND TOXICOLOGY - Gary Holcroft, SPA
(Items taken in Private in accordance with SPA Governance Framework, Section 27 (b) – where public discussion of the information may prejudice national security, legal proceedings (including misconduct or disciplinary proceedings), or police operations)  

18. FORENSIC SERVICES CUSTOMER SURVEY RESULTS - Fiona Douglas, SPA
(Items taken in Private in accordance with SPA Governance Framework, Section 27 (b) – where public discussion of the information may prejudice national security, legal proceedings (including misconduct or disciplinary proceedings), or police operations)  

19. JUSTICE SYSTEM STRATEGY - Fiona Douglas, SPA
(Items taken in Private in accordance with SPA Governance Framework, Section 27 (b) – where public discussion of the information may prejudice national security, legal proceedings (including misconduct or disciplinary proceedings), or police operations)  

20. AOB - Iain Whyte, Chair, SPA

Approved Minute