A key principle of scrutiny is that it should reflect the voice and concerns of service users and the public.
Make a suggestion for scrutiny
If you are aware of an issue affecting local people that you would like scrutiny to look at you can make suggestion by submitting an online scrutiny suggestion form or contact Democratic and Scrutiny Services on 01952 383215.
Submit your views to scrutiny
If you are affected by a service which is currently under review you can email your views to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come along to a scrutiny meeting
Most scrutiny meetings are held in public and you are welcome to attend to hear discussions. View information about scrutiny committee meetings, agendas and papers.
Last updated: 1.20pm on Thursday 19 December 2019