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Helen Bailey – Chief Operating Officer. MOPAC Mission. Most effective, efficient, loved & respected force in the UK. Greatest and safest big city on earth. Public services and communities tackling crime together. MOPAC Challenge to the MPS. -20 %. Cut 7 priority crimes.

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Helen Bailey – Chief Operating Officer


MOPAC Mission

Most

effective,

efficient, loved &

respected force

in the UK

Greatest

and safest

big city on

earth

Public

services and

communities

tackling crime

together


MOPAC Challenge to the MPS

-20 %

Cut 7 priority crimes

+20 %

Boost public confidence

-20 %

Reduce spend


Reform

2015

2013

Senior managers

26

37

6,022

7,160

25,909

24,630


Release

For Sale

497

buildings

c300

buildings

900,000

sq m

600,000

sq m

-30%

running

costs


Reduce

Police staff

reduced

13,410 to

11,846 by

2016

By 2015/16

over £100m

savings on

technology

5% reduction

in supplies

and services


MOPAC Criminal Justice Goals

-20 %

Reduce courtdelays

+20 %

Increase compliance with

community sentences

-20 %

Cut youth

re-offending


Reducing youth reoffending

Reducing youth reoffending by 20% for young people leaving custody by 2016

  • Reoffending rates stubbornly high for young people leaving custody – 71%

  • The number of young people in custody has decreased but more must be done

  • London requires a strategic approach: Focused resource and joined up working

  • Building on good work (Daedalus) and investment in London (up to £3.5m invested by the Mayor for resettlement) – true partnership working is required to make this a reality

26

37

6,022

7,160

25,909

24,630


What does it mean for London?

1,200 more

officers in

boroughs

2,600

extra SNT

Visible

Accountable

Intelligent

Ways

Accessible


Case for change – local policing model

Locally

accountable

Inspector

Dedicated

Borough

Commander

SNTs =

foundation

of policing

We come

to you

=

Less crime, 1/3 million

fewer victims, less cost


Case for change – public access

<50 crimes

reported at

front counters

overnight

80%

visits are

to 71 front

counters

12,000

fewer front

counter

visits

5m

999 & 101

calls last

year

An extra

200 victims

visited each

day

Online

reporting

up


A future fit for London

New forms

of public

access

Reconnect

police and

public

More

police

constables

=26,000

20/20/20

Crime, costs

confidence


  • Further detail can be found at www.london.gov.uk/priorities/mayors-office-policing-and-crime


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