Find out more about Manchester's six scrutiny committees, what they are reviewing and how you can get involved.
Young People and Children- the lead committee for education and social care for children
Communities - the Council's crime and disorder committee, which also looks at equality and cohesion
Neighbourhoods - which looks at matters that affect local communities, including waste and recycling, housing, libraries and culture
Economy - which looks at unemployment, adult education, small businesses and the state of the economy
Health - for your local NHS services as well as social care for adults
Finance - which looks at the Council's finances and how local public services are accountable to local people
Are we missing something?
Is there an issue you have with local public services that you think scrutiny committees should look at? If so, please let us know using our electronic form. It only takes a minute to fill out.
Want to get involved?
If you want to know what Councillors are on a particular committee, what it will be looking at, or what it has recently done click on the name of the Committee from the list above. You can also find out how to tell the scrutiny committees what you think about particular issues they are looking at, in person or by sending us your comments.
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The Overview and Scrutiny Annual Report 2010/11
Welcome to the Overview and Scrutiny Annual Report for 2010/11. In here you will be able to find out what Manchester 's scrutiny committees have done for you this year. Scrutiny committees are part of the Council's commitment to ensure that its decisions reflect the opinions, wishes and priorities of Manchester 's residents.