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Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk Stephen Bett. Reducing Crime by Reducing Crisis The health and well-being impact on crime and anti-social behaviour 20 March 2013. Health and links to crime. Cost of drug related crime nationally - £14 billion

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Police and crime commissioner for norfolk stephen bett

Police and Crime Commissioner for NorfolkStephen Bett

Reducing Crime by Reducing Crisis

The health and well-being impact on crime and anti-social behaviour

20 March 2013


Health and links to crime
Health and links to crime

  • Cost of drug related crime nationally - £14 billion

  • Alcohol a factor in half of violent crimes

  • Violent crime costs the NHS £2.9 billion

  • Public Health Reforms, what they mean for Drug and Alcohol Services

  • DrugScope 2013.


Bett s 10 point pledge
Bett’s 10-Point Pledge

  • KEEP Norfolk one of the lowest crime counties in the country

  • FIGHT serious and organised crime

  • SUPPORT victims of crime, vulnerable and elderly people

  • PROTECT the frontline in the face of cuts

  • PROTECT local policing from privatisation

  • USE targeting and prevention to reduce demand on police

  • WORK with young people to stay clear of crime

  • LISTEN carefully to the community, reaching out to minority communities and the disengaged to ensure policing is fair and equitable

  • REJECT party politics and work with other Independents to provide a national voice

  • USE Restorative Justice to achieve long-lasting solutions


Pcc draft crime disorder reduction objectives
PCC draft Crime & Disorder Reduction Objectives

  • Reduce priority crime, anti-social behaviour and reoffending

  • Reduce vulnerability, promote equality and support victims

  • Reduce the need for service, through preventative and restorative approaches  and more joined up working with partners; protecting the availability of front line resources


Pathways out of offending
Pathways out of offending

  • Accommodation

  • Education

  • Health

  • Drugs & alcohol

  • Finance

  • Children & families

  • Attitudes, thinking and behaviour


Why wait until someone offends
Why wait until someone offends?

  • We need to ensure interventions are made at the earliest opportunity which will impact positively on:

  • Those vulnerable to being victims of crime

  • Those vulnerable to offending

  • Locations vulnerable to crime and ASB

  • So what are the Pathways out of vulnerability?


Successful zero based commissioning
Successful zero based commissioning

  • Will enable us to work together to reduce vulnerability.

  • Understand – hearing the views of public, victims and stakeholders

  • Plan – deciding with partners how our objectives can be achieved

  • Do – influencing and commissioning

  • Review – assessing impact and feeding back to the public.


Our approach to commissioning
Our approach to Commissioning

  • Integrated

  • Focused on delivering the PCC Crime and Disorder Objectives

  • Against clear, measurable outcomes

  • Transparent bidding process

  • Cost effective mechanism


Norfolk pcc 2013 16 commissioning timeline
Norfolk PCC 2013/16 Commissioning Timeline

2016

October ‘15

Formal evaluation

April ‘14

Services commence

October ‘13

Select successful services

June ‘13

Announce areas to be commissioned

Produce commissioning criteria

2013


Questions
Questions?

  • Thank you for listening!

  • Stephen Bett

  • PCC for Norfolk.

  • opccn@norfolk.pnn.police.uk


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