What is Scrutiny Committee?
Scrutiny Committee is an opportunity for the student body, that all of the Elected officers represent, to scrutinise their work. To see how they have been doing with their projects and assess the work they have done. Elected officers have to write up what they have been doing and the manifesto points they have completed, they will then meet with a panel of elected students, Scrutiny Committee Members, who ask them questions on their work and assess their progress.
Scrutiny Committee works as a sub-committee of Student Senate. Meaning Senate can focus on making and amending policy. 10 students are required for Scrutiny Committee, 5 are elected in the Autumn Elections and 5 are selected through an interview process. If you're interested in being part of the Scrutiny Committee please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can see the work of the full-time officers here just click on each of them and you'll be able to see their progress, as well as individually below. The minutes from the meeting can be found below.
Scrutiny Committee - Part-Time Volunteer position role description
Scrutiny Committee Minutes
Each of set of minutes is to be approved at the following session of meeting (i.e. Campaign Officer scrutiny committee will approve the last Campaign Officer Scrutiny meeting)
Minutes for all elected officers meeting 16/11/17
Minutes for newly elected officers meeting 07/12/17
Agenda and Papers