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National Police Reform Programme Deputy Chief Constable Mike McCormick Scottish Community Safety Network 5 th September 2012. PROTECT - MANAGEMENT. Programme Purpose. To deliver a single national police service which can live within its means Design aims are, despite financial cuts, to:

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National police reform programme deputy chief constable mike mccormick

National Police Reform Programme

Deputy Chief Constable Mike McCormick

Scottish Community Safety Network

5th September 2012

PROTECT - MANAGEMENT


Programme purpose

Programme Purpose

  • To deliver a single national police service which can live within its means

  • Design aims are, despite financial cuts, to:

    • Protect and improve local services

    • Create more equal access to specialist support and national capacity

    • Strengthen the connection between services and communities


Approach

Approach

  • Stability

    • Local Policing, Force Control Rooms, Police Staff etc

  • Iconic Changes/Reform Objectives

    • SNEN, SCD, Local Police Commanders

  • Platform for Savings / Reform


Challenges

Challenges

  • Financial Savings

  • Police Numbers at 17234

  • No Compulsory Redundancy

  • Dispersed Model

  • No Significant Outsourcing


National police reform programme deputy chief constable mike mccormick

The Future of Scottish Policing – Performance

Recorded Crime in ScotlandRecorded Crime in Scotland has fallen to its lowest level in 35 years-(2010/11 Recorded Crime in Scotland Report)

Police Detection RateLatest statistics show increased detection rates (Scottish Police Performance Report 2010/11)

Public Confidence in the Police ServiceThe2010/11 Scottish Crime and Justice Survey found high levels of public confidence in policing

Road CasualtiesThe number of people killed or seriously injured on Scotland's roads has reduced to its lowest level since records began (2010 Road Casualties Report)


Psos command structure

PSoS Command Structure


Local policing structure

Local Policing Structure


National police reform programme deputy chief constable mike mccormick

The Future of Scottish Policing – Police Reform

  • Opportunities

  • Shaping policing for the future

  • World class policing

  • Maintaining record levels of police

  • Delivering efficiency, effectiveness and productivity

  • Shaping policing for the future

  • World class policing

  • Maintaining record levels of police

  • Duplication to efficiency, effectiveness and productivity


Questions

QUESTIONS ?


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