Panel's role to discuss priorities and approve budget
Conservative Matthew Grove was elected as the first Humberside police and crime commissioner earlier this month.
He started work last week, taking over from the former Humberside Police Authority.
As the commissioner, Mr Grove is responsible for the force's £180m budget and setting its priorities.
He will also select the force's next chief constable, who will replace Tim Hollis when he retires early next year.
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His plans will all have to come before the police and crime panel.
Mr Grove has to present plans for his budget – and council tax precept – to the panel by February 1.
The panel has to discuss the plans and approve the budget by February 8.
It will also discuss Mr Grove's police and crime plan, which outlines the force's priorities for the next three-and-a-half years.