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Essex Police Challenge Local Policing 27 th February 2014. The Future of Local P olicing. 19:30 PCC introduction Performance and standards in key areas of local policing Questions from the public 20:00 Your local policing team Resolving local problems Named points of contact

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the future of local p olicing
The Future of Local Policing

19:30 PCC introduction

  • Performance and standards in key areas of local policing
  • Questions from the public

20:00 Your local policing team

  • Resolving local problems
  • Named points of contact
  • PCSOs are integral
  • Questions from the public

20:30 Engagement

  • The changing role of NAPs
  • New means of contact
  • Partnership working
  • Questions from the public

21:00 Open Question session

  • Dedicated to questions from the public
driving down house burglaries
Driving Down House Burglaries

Burglary initiative

launched 01/10/2013

local policing
Local Policing
  • Locally based and locally accountable
  • Good understanding of communities
  • Response / investigation / visibility / long term problem solving
  • Targeting local offenders
  • Supporting local victims
  • Working with local partners
local policing hub s tandards
Local Policing Hub & Standards
  • District Commander – responsible for local policing
  • Policing will be visible and responsive
  • New district based problem solving hubs
  • Key, named points of contact for communities
  • Understand and solve local problems
  • Respond to all contact within 2 days
the future r ole of pcsos
The Future Role of PCSOs
  • Integral part of local policing model
  • Focus on local community priorities
  • Designated patch for every PCSO
  • Attend nearly 20% of all calls
  • Expanding the role of PCSOs to support local crime investigation
community engagement
Community Engagement
  • Continuing commitment to community meetings
  • Weekly beat surgeries
  • Local police and community meetings – the new NAPs
  • 2 way - give & receive advice/information
  • Agree action against local community problems
modernising contact with essex police
Modernising Contact with Essex Police
  • 35.7m people in UK use the internet daily (73% of population) compared to just 16.2m in 2006
  • 7 in 10 people in the UK own a smart phone
  • Police stations are important but the force will invest in new methods of contact
  • Training & technology lead to a better and faster service
  • Fewer but better quality police buildings
partnership working
Partnership Working
  • Crucial to the effective local policing
  • Established Community Safety Partnerships
  • Joint problem solving track record
  • The right agency dealing with the issues
  • Opportunities to do more together – for example estates or front counters
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