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1 Chief Superintendent John Pollock Strathclyde Police Community Policing – a Shared Responsibility

2 Community Planning & Community Policing Chief Superintendent John Pollock

3 Life BC Glasgows First Community Plan: Non-statutory Occasionally contradictory No shared philosophy Not outcome focused Structures not joined up Regarded by some as artificial or duplication of effort No buy-in No governance

4 Strathclyde Police Priorities 2008/09 Deprivation ASBDisorderViolence Response Policing Engaging Criminality Public Reassurance

5 Creating a Safe Strategic Assessment National [ACPOS] Police Performance framework Strathclyde Police Strategic Assessment Strathclyde Public Consultation Process Glasgow Centre for Population Health/NHS Glasgow and Clyde Changing demography Glasgow Community & Safety Services Data Strathclyde Fire and Rescue Service Annual Report

6 Confidence Cycle

7 Engagement Public confidence is essential to the provision of a sense of security. This includes having confidence in the process used to identify problems and the methods used to deliver local policing National Standards for Community Engagement 30 corporate questions

8 The Publics Priorities Drunk & Disorderly Behaviour 28% Drug Use / Drug Dealing 23% Assault / Violent Crime16% Speeding Motorists16% Housebreaking 9% Car Crime 8% Strathclyde Police Force Consultation Results 2007/08

9 Based on analysis, the following were suggested as the priority areas for the Safe Theme 2008/09 : Reducing Violence Reducing Domestic Violence Tackling Antisocial Behaviour & Disorder Tackling the Fear of Crime Reducing Accidents on the Roads & In Our Homes

10 Management Arrangements Glasgow Model

11 Community Safety Partnership –Chair – Theme Champion –Education & Social Work/Health/Fire/RoSPA/Glasgow Community & Safety Services/Culture & Sport Glasgow/VRU/GHA –Glasgow Community Assessment being produced to support work –Combination of police, health and fire statistics –Link to SOA national indicators, local outcomes –Includes violent crime, perceptions of safety, road safety, ASB & disorder, racist incidents, quality of public services, crime inequalities based on SIM Developing the Safe Theme

12 Violence: prevalence

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14 Role of Public Reassurance in service delivery Neighbourhood Reassurance Groups in the City –Link to local CPP/Sub Divisional Structure –Crucial to the delivery of the Public Reassurance Model –Community Engagement –Link to CP Safe Theme priorities –Police function in CPP Responsibility

15 Community Policing Teams –More responsive to local needs –Tackle local crime issues –Work in partnership with all agencies to tackle the underlying problems that contribute to crime and disorder in neighbourhoods –Increase the number of locally based officers –Reduce abstraction from dealing with community issues –Local partnerships crucial to success GCSS, Culture & Sport, Education, Social Work Community Policing Teams

16 Reassurance Policing at local Level – Partnership for Prevention and Diversion - Area Partnership Teams Core Group policing Community policing Special Constables Support Services Glasgow Community & Safety Services PRIVATE LANDLORDS REGISTRATION UNIT MEDIATION COMMUNITY RELATIONS UNIT OUT OF HOURS NOISE TEAM VICTIMS & VULNERABLE POLICE INTELLIGENCE & ENFORCEMENT PREVENTION & DIVERSION SERVICES SCHOOL SUPPORT SERVICES RESTORATIVE JUSTICE ENVIRONMENTAL COMMUNITY ACTION TEAM GRAFFITI & ENHANCEMENT TEAM COMMUNITIY SAFETY PATROL & ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS CITY CENTRE TASK FORCE HOME SAFETY & SECURITY PUBLIC SPACE CCTV VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ASSIST TARA STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT GROUP

17 Delivery model Through multi-agency Neighbourhood Reassurance Groups Signal Crimes Environmental audits E.P.I.C. – Enforcement, Prevention, Intelligence and COMMUNICATION Service response and intervention assessed/measured by communities in respect of satisfaction and reassurance levels in addition to organisational data

18 CONTEST The aim is to reduce the risk of international terrorism so that people can go about their business freely and with confidence. Prevent Pursue Protect Preparedness

19 Project Griffin Protect and Prepare elements of CONTEST Target Harden Increase awareness - Increase surveillance Project Caledonia - Accredited Training for business partners Co-ordination of services/partners Evacuation Plan

20 Additional Funding Glasgow Community Planning 100 extra Community Police Officers for Glasgow Scottish Government 175 extra Community Police Officers for Glasgow Benefits Reduced Abstractions Intelligently deployed (Public Reassurance Strategy) Improved visibility & accessibility Will work to a locally agreed Neighbourhood Contract (SLA) Performance framework will reflect SOA

21 Developing the Safe Theme Role of Divisions Priorities –Strategic across the City –Public Reassurance at local level Neighbourhood focused policing Linking to Multi-disciplinary local teams –Prevention/Diversion & Enforcement Summary

22 Looking over the horizon Increased co-location of services Better co-ordination of local services Joint capital planning Reducing victimisation – early referral investing in young people Avoiding duplication with & linking into other themes


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