Tom Winsorâ€™s controversial review of police pay and conditions is likely to be among the issues topping the agenda when the Home Secretary appears before MPs.
It has been confirmed that Theresa May will provide an update on a raft of issues to the Home Affairs Select Committee on Tuesday April 24 as a critical time approaches for UK security.
But the Winsor II report into pay and conditions, which has provoked outrage from the Federation, is likely to be one of the most prevalent issues at the hearing.
In addition, Mrs May, who last appeared before the committee in November last year at the height of the UK Border Agency controversy, is likely to be asked about the state-of-play with immigration controls as well as the impact of extradition regulations.
There will also be questions over government plans for new surveillance measures and the proposed deportation of hardline cleric Abu Qatada to Jordan.
Home Affairs Select Committee Chairman Keith Vaz said: â€œWith the Olympics less than 100 days away, airport border controls under pressure, police absorbing a far-reaching review of their pay and conditions, and the deportation of Abu Qatada, the Home Secretaryâ€™s appearance could not be more timely.
â€œWe will also take the opportunity to scrutinise government surveillance plans, in particular the interception of communications data and the implications for personal privacy.â€