Topics up for discussion include the annual report of the the Police and Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn, which sets out his priorities and decisions around spending and accountability over the last 12 months.
Members of the panel, made up of representatives of the four local authorities in the force area and two independent members, will also have the opportunity to scrutinise the Commissioner’s decisions.
The Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Panel has a number of powers and responsibilities including reviewing the Commissioner’s conduct, scrutinising his actions and decisions, dealing with complaints against the Commissioner and reviewing his plans and budgets.
Public meetings are held several times a year across the Dyfed-Powys region, recently at Builth Wells, Aberaeron and Haverfordwest.
Members of the public can put questions to the Commissioner on the agenda, as well as attend the meetings.