Community safety and social inclusion scrutiny commission (disbanded)

As part of a review of Hackney’s overview and scrutiny function, the community safety and social inclusion commission was disbanded at the end of the 2016/17 municipal year. The areas which were previously within its remit have been transferred to other commissions. Issues relating to crime and community safety, and the crime and disorder committee function, are now covered by the living in Hackney scrutiny commission. Economic regeneration and social inclusion move into the remit of the newly formed skills, economy and growth scrutiny commission.

Completed reviews

Reach and accessibility of Council services for vulnerable migrants review 16/17

Apprenticeships review 2015/16

Antisocial behaviour, crime and policing bill: Measures for tackling ASB 2015

Barriers to employment for the over 50s review 2014

Maximising business opportunities during economic growth review 2014

Making the most of Tech City review 2012/13

Responding to gun and knife crime

Impact of the welfare and housing benefit reforms 2011/12

Domestic violence review 2011/12

Digital divide review 2010/11

Reviews 2004-10

Historic records of agendas and meeting discussions

You can view the records of all meetings held by the commission up to its disbandment.

Page updated on: 24 May 2021

Overview and Scrutiny


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Hackney Town Hall
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E8 1EA


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