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Extended Police Family Adding Value Through Volunteering & Partnerships. The Reality Policing Plan 2012 - 2015 . Making the Most of our Resources Providing value for money and being among the lowest costing forces in the country.
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Making the Most of our Resources
Providing value for money and being among the lowest costing forces in the country
We have delivered £36million worth of savings by March 2012 against a four-year target of £54 million by 2015.
We are the 6th lowest costing force in England & Wales.
Designed to allow members of the public to contribute to public safety or assist the Police in addressing key community concerns.
Assist with: Horsewatch, Crime prevention, Media, Training, Roads Policing, Volume Crime, Vehicle Maintenance………
Volunteer Police Officers
Same powers and equipment as Regular officers
Commit (at least) 16 hours per month
Currently 579 in Hampshire, up from 423 in November 2010.
Target 650 by 1 April 2013
Summer 2012 riots.
2,631 hours performed in 4 days.
Employers released staff to police.
Recruitment pathway to regular force.
Selection & Gateway Programme study
Tutor Phase (12 months)
Continue Specials Career
Apply to Regular Force
7 weeks training
Classroom inputs & workbooks
Personal Safety Training, First Aid Training & Role Plays
A National Partnership Scheme
between Employers and Hampshire Constabulary
Originated as ‘Shopwatch’ in Camden
Businesses decide how much support they can afford to give their employees in their work as Specials.
Use of training facilities
Paid Time Off
Well, first of all, let’s ask a different question:
Why do you want to engage with ESP in the first place?
What do you, as an employer want to get out of ESP?
How much support are you empowered to provide?
How much support will the business bear?
CSAS is made possible through the Police Reform Act 2002 and allows Public and private sector organisations to apply to the Chief Constable for accreditation.
43 accredited powers are available to help them become more effective in their role and contribute to community safety and security and combat crime and disorder, public
nuisance and other forms of anti-social behaviour.
Raised organisational profile.
It will provide additional powers with the potential to address certain issues on the spot without police involvement.
Improved working relationships between the police & accredited persons.
Below are the powers most commonly accredited under CSAS:
There are currently 155 fully trained and vetted Accredited Persons in Hampshire from the
Police Support Volunteers
Employer Supported Policing
Community Safety Accreditation Scheme