Presentation on theme: "Margaret Geary Crime Reduction & Social Inclusion Director Government Office for the West Midlands."— Presentation transcript:
Margaret Geary Crime Reduction & Social Inclusion Director Government Office for the West Midlands
Changing CDRP Role Shift to DELIVERY arrow LSP link Allocated funds Contribution to PSA and Best Value targets Pursuing local strategies Introducing performance management Communicating progress
Confidence about Delivery What action is being supported? How do CDRPs know whats working? Is the Partnership accountable to others locally? Who co-ordinates the work? How visible is the work? How is others experience and expertise used?
Project Specification What priorities have been identified? What needs to be done? Who is going to do it? How much will it cost?
Project Planning Clearly defining outcomes sought and identifying needs to be addressed Drawing on available experience and expertise Identifying resources and likely actions Agreeing a timeframe and critical path Risk assessment Option Analysis
Mainstreaming What Works Initial commitment from main service providers Capturing lessons learned Disseminating information Seeking Central Government support Training front-line staff Better engaging communities
Can the Region Help? Crime GRIP Crime Science approach Opportunities to share experience Delphi approach Research seminars
Do we know what crime and disorder reduction action is undertaken locally? Are there systems in place to ensure transparent, informed allocation of funds? Are there regular reviews of progress? Has the Partnership agreed monitoring and reporting systems? Do targeted beneficiaries have regular opportunities to report on the impact of work undertaken Does the Partnership have the capacity needed to deliver?