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Scrutiny

23 February 2016

Scrutiny is an independent function of the council, led by local elected councillors, that works with local people and local bodies to help improve services. Essex County Council’s scrutiny committees gather evidence and prepare reports on issues of importance to the local community, often making recommendations to council cabinet members and other local bodies (including the health service).

 

Any member of the public can attend and watch a public scrutiny meeting. 

 

 

Scrutiny topics

Information about scrutiny topics considered between May 2014-October2015 can be found in the Scrutiny annual report 2015.
 
Detailed information on the period between May 2013-present day can be found in the tracker documents used by the committees to organise their work. Updated versions of these will be available on this page shortly.
 
Information about topics considered before May 2013 can be sought by searching the online document repository.