- Police and Crime Plan
- Fire and Rescue Service
- Information & Transparency
- Victims’ Services – Voice
13th April 2021
1. Welcome and introductions
PFCC Stephen Mold (SM)
Nicci Marzec (NM)
Paul Fell (PF)
Helen King (HK)
Louise Sheridan (LS)
Stuart McCartney (SMc)
CC Nick Adderley (NA)
DCC Simon Nickless (SN)
Assistant Chief Officer Paul Bullen (PB)
Vaughan Ashcroft (VA)
Colleen Rattigan (CR)
Apologies were accepted from ACC Blatchly
SM welcomed everyone to the meeting.
2. Previous minutes and action log
3. Budget conditions letter update
Police officer uplift
Action – NA to ensure maturity data to be added to future Uplift Performance Highlight report.
Neighbourhoods and Rural Policing
Anti-Social Behaviour and Drug Dealing
Action – PF to explore with Tom reporting and evaluation of OP Alloy.
Co-Location of Enabling Services
Integration of Enabling Services
Paul Bullen provided an update on the significant progress that has been made across the Enabling Services functions:
Action – Post election, the newly elected Commissioner to meet with the Chief Constable, the Chief Fire Officer, their respective interops leads and Paul Bullen to review his/her expectations and ambitions for the Enabling Service functions.
Close down of legacy systems
Customer Service Approach
Update on Overtime Savings Target
VCOP and victim care
Early Intervention and Prevention
Victims of Domestic Violence
Action – NA to check comms plan for DV campaigns
Integrated Offender management and Out of Court Disposals
The Commissioner thanked the Chief Constable for the work progressed over the past 12 months. He was assured that a large number of the areas agreed in the budget conditions letter for 2020/21 had been progressed, despite the challenges faced by the Force in policing the County during the Covid 19 pandemic.
The Commissioner discussed with the Chief Constable the desire this year to have produced a more cohesive and joined up approach to crime prevention and a greater focus on wider customer service approaches.
The Commissioner and Chief Constable share the vision of a technology enabled service.
4. Capital Programme
The Commissioner was assured that the paper described a healthy position, that appears affordable in relation to the police capital programme.
The Commissioner recognised that the programme contained areas where choices in relation to investment could be made as well as areas where it was completely necessary, and these elements of the programme would need to be kept under ongoing review.
The Commissioner commended the work that had been undertaken to complete this.
No further business was raised.