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Boards and committees
The Society has a number of boards and committees that run and influence its activities.
Board of Trustees and Representative Council
The Board of Trustees is the Society’s executive and ensures we conform to the terms of our Royal Charter and status under law as a charitable body. It has the ultimate responsibility for ensuring that the Society’s objectives are met and for the financial transactions of the Society.
The Representative Council consists of our Trustees and representatives of all the Society’s Member Networks. It provides a mechanism for members to advise the Board of Trustees.
The Society has four main boards which report to the Board of Trustees, each with a specific area of responsibility to develop policy for approval by the Trustees. Like all Society bodies, these boards are made up of our members.
Our boards are:
The Chairs of each of these four Boards serve on the Board of Trustees. Each Board also has subcommittees and working parties.
A number of other bodies also advise the Board of Trustees
Two standing committees:
- Psychologist & Digests Policy Committee (PDPC)
- Ethics Committee
And two subcommittees and working groups:
- Audit and Risk Committee
- Personnel Committee
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