The Policing Board has a statutory duty to hold eight meetings in public each year.

Policing Board meetings normally comprise of three sessions – a private session for Policing Board Members and officials only, a private session where the Policing Board is joined by the Chief Constable and his chief officers, and a public session that members of the public and media are invited to attend.

One of the main ways by which you can find out more about the work of the Policing Board is to attend the Policing Board's meetings in public to hear the Chief Constable present his report on policing and answer questions from Policing Board Members on related topics and current policing issues.

At these meetings presentations are often given on various aspects of the work of the PSNI which you may also find interesting.

Details of the next meeting are advertised on the home page of this website.