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Home Affairs Committee

Commons Select Committee

The Home Affairs Committee is a cross-party committee of MPs responsible for scrutinising the work of the Home Office and its associated bodies. It examines government policy, spending and the law in areas including immigration, security and policing. You can follow the Committee on X (formerly Twitter) using @CommonsHomeAffs.

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Past events

Wednesday 22 May 2024
9:00am Private
9:30am Public
Police pensions and wellbeing - Oral evidence 22 May 2024
9:30am
  • Antony Hope (Administrator at Police Pensions Q&A Facebook Group)
  • David Watkins (Managing Director at XPS Administration)
  • Clair Alcock (Head of Police Pensions at National Police Chiefs' Council)
10:30am
  • Paul Williams (Wellbeing Co-Lead at Police Federation of England and Wales)
  • Dr Jess Miller (Principal Investigator in Policing Trauma at Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge)
  • Andy Rhodes (Director at National Police Wellbeing Service)
The Grimond Room, Portcullis House
Wednesday 15 May 2024
9:00am Private
9:30am Public
Legal Migration - Oral evidence 15 May 2024
9:30am
  • Professor Brian Bell (Chair at Migration Advisory Committee)
  • Mr Marley Morris (Associate Director at Institute of Public Policy Research)
  • Dr Madeleine Sumption (Director at Migration Observatory)
10:30am
  • Caroline Coombs (Executive Director at Reunite Families UK)
  • Kate Roberts (Head of Policy at Focus on Labour Exploitation (FLEX))
  • Jonathan Thomas (Senior Fellow, Migration Researcher at Social Market Foundation)
Room 16, Palace of Westminster
Wednesday 1 May 2024
9:00am Private
9:30am Public
Oral evidence session 1 May 2024
Fire and Rescue Service - Oral evidence
9:30am
  • Dr Sabrina Cohen-Hatton (Chief Fire Officer, West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service and Chair of Improvement Committee at National Fire Chiefs Council)
One off evidence session: the Brook House Inquiry - Oral evidence
10:00am
  • Kate Eves, Chair of the Brook House inquiry
  • Anna Pincus (Director at Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group)
The Thatcher Room, Portcullis House
Wednesday 24 April 2024
9:30am Public
Non-contact sexual offences - Oral evidence 24 April 2024
9:30am
  • Deputy Chief Constable Maggie Blyth
  • Assistant Commissioner Louisa Rolfe (Assistant Commissioner, Frontline Policing at Metropolitan Police Service)
  • Commander Ben Russell (Intelligence & Covert Policing at Metropolitan Police Service)
  • Temporary Assistant Chief Constable Paul Furnell (Contact, Safeguarding, Crime & Justice at British Transport Police)
10:30am
  • Laura Farris (Minister for Victims and Safeguarding at Home Office)
  • Joanna West (Director of Tackling Exploitation and Abuse at Home Office)
  • Amy Randall (Director for Victims and Vulnerability Policy at Ministry of Justice)
The Thatcher Room, Portcullis House

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