- Police and Crime Plan
- Fire and Rescue Service
- Information & Transparency
- Victims’ Services – Voice
- Force Performance
- Your Local Policing Teams
13th July 2021
1. Welcome and introductions
PFCC Stephen Mold (SM)
Nicci Marzec (NM)
Paul Fell (PF)
Louise Sheridan (LS)
CC Nick Adderley (NA)
DCC Simon Nickless (SN)
Colleen Rattigan (CR)
Megan Roberts (MR)
Apologies were accepted from ACC Blatchly, ACC Pauline Sturman, Helen King and Stuart McCartney
SM welcomed everyone to the meeting.
2. Previous minutes and action log
3. Stalking and Harassment
The Commissioner was assured from the report that the force had a sense of understanding of these issues and that the recording of these matters showed high levels of integrity.
The Commissioner asked what actions the force were undertaking to identify the causes of the potential over recording of these offences, and to tackle the risks associated with threats being carried out in a domestic setting by those who commit stalking and harassment type offences that audit had potentially identified and was assured that there were actions in place to try to address this.
He thanked the Chief Constable for the conciseness and clarity that the paper offered.
4. Internal Audits
Action – Paul Fell to discuss with DCC Nickless – Already doing external PEN test.
difficult to extrapolate the value we get out of it.
Action – SM and NA to raise Performance framework under AOB at the next PCC/CC Regional Board
The Commissioner commented that this was the most succinct and focused report he has received on this subject and thanked those involved in its production.
The Commissioner was assured that Northamptonshire Police had in place effective processes and systems to manage and monitor recommendations made following internal audits.
He expressed some concerns in relation to the effectiveness of the monitoring processes relating to performance for collaborative units across the region and agreed with the Chief Constable to raise this at a forthcoming regional meeting to seek improvement.