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(1)A public services board for a local authority area must invite the following persons to participate in the activity of the board—
(a)the Welsh Ministers;
(b)the chief constable of the police force for a police area any part of which falls within the local authority area;
(c)the police and crime commissioner for a police area any part of which falls within the local authority area;
(d)a person required by arrangements under section 3(2) of the Offender Management Act 2007 (c.21) to provide probation services in relation to the local authority area;
(e)at least one body representing relevant voluntary organisations (whether or not the body is known as a County Voluntary Council).
(2)Each board may invite any other person who exercises functions of a public nature to participate in the activity of the board, even if that person also exercises other functions.
(3)In this section and section 31, a reference to participating in the activity of a public services board is a reference to working jointly with the board, any member of it or any other person who accepts an invitation to participate under this section, on anything the board does under section 36 (Well-being duty on public services boards).
(4)In subsection (3), “working jointly” includes—
(a)making representations to the board about the content of—
(i)an assessment under section 37, or
(ii)a local well-being plan, a draft plan or proposed amendments to a plan (see sections 43(1) and 44(4)),
(b)taking part in meetings of the board (which includes, upon the invitation of the members of the board and subject to paragraphs 2(1) and 3(1) of Schedule 3, chairing meetings), and
(c)providing other advice and assistance to the board.
(5)A person who accepts an invitation to participate in the activity of a public services board—
(a)is referred to in this Part as an “invited participant”; but
(b)does not become a member of the board by virtue of accepting the invitation.
(6)The reference in subsection (4)(c) to providing assistance does not include providing financial assistance.
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