- Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Elections – 6th May 2021
- Police and Crime Plan
- Fire and Rescue Service
- Information & Transparency
- Victims’ Services – Voice
- Keep Safe Scheme
- Protect Your Home
10th December 2019
1. Welcome and introductions
Stephen Mold (SM)
Paul Fell (PF)
Paul Bullen (PB)
Nicci Marzec (NM)
Helen King (HK)
Louise Sheridan (LS)
Nick Adderley (NA)
Simon Nickless (SN)
Colleen Rattigan (CR)
James Andronov (JA)
Vaughan Ashcroft (VA) – Finance paper
D/Supt. Paul Rymarz (PR) – Disposal for sexual offences paper
Sarah Crampton (SC) – Quarterly performance paper
Apologies were accepted from Simon Blatchly
2. Minutes of previous meeting and action log
3. Budget Update
Action – SM asked for clarification on what areas the force are deprioritising and the strategic intent for doing so. (What difference does the increased investment make that enables us to stop doing something else)
Action – LS to arrange Digital Deep Dive day in January to understand increase in expenditure versus improved outcomes. IT is the big outlier but also the big enabler. Focus should be on single points of failure in terms of project delivery and realisation plans for operational benefits
SM asked for more info on Enabling services. HK will provide breakdown.
Action – HK will provide breakdown in relation to the different component parts of 6the costs that make up enabling services departments.
4. Performance Update
Action – SC to add an indication of the direction of travel of the indicators on slide 1 to future iterations.
Action – currently receive quarterly report from NHS on hospital admissions. SM to see if we can get this data more regularly
5. Disposal of Sexual Offences
Action – SM will pick up and see where we can apply pressure, via the new LCJB.
Action – PR to look at Derbyshire as a distinctive outlier. (Derbyshire has a higher rate of positive action when compared with MSG).
Action – Continue to explore prevention measures. Education around healthy relationships is key. Look at Nottingham pilot in this area and other “No means No” messages.
We are deeply saddened by the death of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. We join the nation in a period of mourning and extend our condolences to the Royal Family.