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28 Feb 2011 - 9:02am

This Annual Audit Letter (the Letter) to members of the Gwent Police Authority (the Authority) summarises the conclusions from my 2009-10 audit. It reports for Authority members the significant issues arising from my audit, together with my comments on other current issues. The work reported upon in this Letter was set out in the agreed 2009-10 Outline Strategy. This letter has been sent by John Herniman on behalf of the Appointed Auditor

1 Feb 2011 - 12:00am

There is clear evidence that necessary improvements in maternity services are being made,
although momentum needs to be maintained and further work is needed to ensure that
services are being delivered in line with national and local strategic plans.

31 Jan 2011 - 5:31pm

This report sets out the findings of the Corporate Assessment only and is designed to answer the question: ‘Are the Council’s arrangements likely to secure continuous improvement?’

31 Jan 2011 - 5:31pm

Each year, the Auditor General must report on how well Welsh councils, fire and rescue authorities, and national parks are planning for improvement and delivering their services. Drawing on the work of the relevant Welsh inspectorates, as well as work undertaken on his behalf by the Wales Audit Office, this report presents a picture of improvement over the last year

31 Jan 2011 - 5:31pm

Each year, the Auditor General must report on how well Welsh councils, fire and rescue authorities, and national parks are planning for improvement and delivering their services. Drawing on the work of the relevant Welsh inspectorates, as well as work undertaken on his behalf by the Wales Audit Office, this report presents a picture of improvement over the last year

31 Jan 2011 - 5:31pm

Each year, the Auditor General must report on how well Welsh councils, fire and rescue authorities, and national parks are planning for improvement and delivering their services. Drawing on the work of the relevant Welsh inspectorates, as well as work undertaken on his behalf by the Wales Audit Office, this report presents a picture of improvement over the last year

31 Jan 2011 - 5:31pm

Each year, the Auditor General must report on how well Welsh councils, fire and rescue authorities, and national parks are planning for improvement and delivering their services. Drawing on the work of the relevant Welsh inspectorates, as well as work undertaken on his behalf by the Wales Audit Office, this report presents a picture of improvement over the last year

31 Jan 2011 - 5:31pm

This report sets out the findings of the Corporate Assessment only and is designed to answer the question: ‘Are the Council’s arrangements likely to secure continuous improvement?’

31 Jan 2011 - 5:31pm

Each year, the Auditor General must report on how well Welsh councils, fire and rescue authorities, and national parks are planning for improvement and delivering their services. Drawing on the work of the relevant Welsh inspectorates, as well as work undertaken on his behalf by the Wales Audit Office, this report presents a picture of improvement over the last year

31 Jan 2011 - 5:31pm

Each year, the Auditor General must report on how well Welsh councils, fire and rescue authorities, and national parks are planning for improvement and delivering their services. Drawing on the work of the relevant Welsh inspectorates, as well as work undertaken on his behalf by the Wales Audit Office, this report presents a picture of improvement over the last year

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