Presentation on theme: "Sport and PCC’s Working better.....together. StreetGames and Derbyshire PCC Funded through Sport England deal under sustainability National lead for Sport."— Presentation transcript:
StreetGames and Derbyshire PCC Funded through Sport England deal under sustainability National lead for Sport and Community Safety – Stuart.firstname.lastname@example.org Stuart.email@example.com Advice was to go local (APCC/HO/Moj) Contacted all 41 PCC’s
WHAT ARE PCC’S Locally Elected Policing Body defined in Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 Replaced Police Authorities in November 2012 Usually hold office for 4 years 41 PCCs cover England & Wales The Metropolitan Police (London) have a slightly different arrangement through the Mayors Office for Policing & Crime British Transport Police, Civil Nuclear Constabulary, MOD Police and City of London Police have different governance arrangements Set the local Police & Crime Plan Set the budget and Council Tax Precept Hold Chief Constable to Account Potential to hire and fire the Chief Constable Held to account by Police & Crime Panels and the ballot box
WHAT ARE PCC’S cont..... Broader remit than Police Authorities i.e. Police AND CRIME Facilitate and broker relationships with Community Safety partners Responsible for consulting with communities and victims on their views/concerns/priorities (this will include Young People) As with Police Authorities, ASB is a key concern from consultation Commissioning of Victim Services from October 2014 Duty to consult on Community Trigger & Community Remedy (Antisocial behaviour, Crime and Police Act 2014) Significant potential for co-commissioning with other partners inc. Local Authorities and Health
Network challenge One challenge & One challenge solved
Why my PCC like my project Wales, Newport Positive Futures What are we? A Sports based social inclusion programme targeting the most at risk young people across the city of Newport. Sport and physical activity is the tool used to engage hard to reach young people. Who are we? A Positive Futures team based in a local authority Sports Development unit: 1x Senior Officer, 3 p/time officers and 15 regular casuals. The team works in partnership with a range of partners in Education services, Police, YOS, Sports Development, Social Services to ensure the needs of the most challenging and vulnerable young people are met!
Why my PCC like my project Wales, Newport Positive Futures Funding March 2013 – Home Office had withdrawn supporting the national programme advising projects to source local funding. April 2013 – Gwent Police Crime Commissioner agreed to £100,000 funding to Newport Positive Futures until March 2014. £73,000 – local funding attracted: YOS, Alternative Education, Barnardos, YCPF April 2014/ March 2015 - Secured £100,000 funding. Currently developing the programme across Gwent in line with the PCC priorities. Sport Wales have committed £70,000 to this development.
1:1 Referrals Targeted Group Referrals Diversionary Activity The Model - Positive Futures Education referrals, Mentoring, qualifications, support to targeted young people. Alternative Education, Barnardos, YOS, Social Services Aftercare, Community, FNP’s, Operation Bang, Street Team, Street Games
Qualifications, Accreditations and Recognition of Young People!
Why my PCC like my project Wales, Newport Positive Futures Reporting Mid Year and End of Year Outcomes Report to Gwent PCC Meet with the OPCC once a quarter to update on the programme. Consistent updating on VIEWS Monitoring and Evaluation on line toolkit Invite OPCC to events and inform of good news stories. To link our programme with the PCC Plan and his priorities. How do we prove it works? Case Studies – Examples of the journey of a young person or group. Supporting quotes from partners: Local Neighbourhood Teams – from PCSO to Inspectors. Regular and consistent provision ensuring retained engagement. Police ASB stats – linked to provision through GIS mapping. Sportworks – social cost saving tool
Example of Substance Views M&E ‘sport works’ tool: -Nationally recognised -Highlights the £ cost saving of Positive Futures programmes on society Example of Substance Views M&E ‘sport works’ tool: -Nationally recognised -Highlights the £ cost saving of Positive Futures programmes on society
Example of Police and GIS data we use to ensure we are delivering ‘Right Place, Right Time’ to impact on communities and young people
StreetGames aims..... Understand the value of sport based interventions to crime reduction plans Make progress in understanding what type of sporting offer is needed to realise this value Establish measurement strategies that show the impact of sport interventions and move towards a consensus about what constitutes an effective intervention Enhance the relationship between the wider sporting environment and community safety/crime reduction agencies