The Future of Local Policing in London West End Commission. 6 th December 2012 Presented by Assistant Commissioner Simon Byrne. 1. TOTAL POLICING. Date Arial 14pt. Crime is too high Public confidence and satisfaction are too low Performance needs to improve
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The Future of Local Policing in London West End Commission
6th December 2012
Assistant Commissioner Simon Byrne
Date Arial 14pt
Crime is too high
Public confidence and satisfaction are too low
Performance needs to improve
Cut costs – Reduce budget by £500 million
And we want to be the BEST!
Our Need for Change
The Budget Gap
Integrated Safer Neighbourhoods
- 891 PCSOs
+ 4,600 MSC
Borough Support UnitMobilisation
Grip and Pace"War room"
Wards and Boroughs = Bedrock
Leadership and Partnership
Top 33 sites represent almost half of demand in the busiest 8 hour period and 51% of total visits to a front counter
Bottom 65 sites represent only one fifth of demand in the busiest 8 hour period and only 17% of total visits to a front counter
Of the 136 front counters, over 80% of visits are made to only 71
Visits to front counters by crime victims have decreased by nearly 20% over four years
Where we want to be
Visibility and Guardianship
Costs of crime
Late night levy
The Policing Imperative?