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Strategy for Policing in Thames Valley 2010 -11. Chief Constable Sara Thornton QPM Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead 20 September 2010. Objectives of our Strategy. Strengthen neighbourhood policing to respond to local need and increase public confidence

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strategy for policing in thames valley 2010 11

Strategy for Policing in Thames Valley 2010 -11

Chief Constable

Sara Thornton QPM

Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead

20 September 2010

objectives of our strategy
Objectives of our Strategy
  • Strengthen neighbourhood policing to respond to local need and increase public confidence
  • Develop our partnerships to reduce crime and disorder
  • Improve the service provided to victims, witnesses and the public
  • Protect communities from the threat of terrorism and organised crime
  • Use information and intelligence to be more effective
  • Develop our people to give the best service
  • Improve the use of our resources
public perceptions of the police
Public Perceptions of the Police

Q) How informed, if at all, do you feel about the service provided by your local area?

Not informed

Informed

Net +/-

percentage points

+ 51

+ 27

+ 24

+ 24

-3

Your GP

Local council

Local hospitals

Local schools

Local police

Source: Joe Tuke HO Neighbourhood Crime and Justice Group

Base: 925 respondents aged 16+ in England and Wales (half of sample)

Home Office (2009)

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NeighbourhoodPolicing
  • Better information about Neighbourhood officers and how to contact them
  • Responding to messages directed to neighbourhood teams within 24 hours
  • Higher visibility patrols & neighbourhood teams
  • Minimising staff turnover in neighbourhood teams
  • Monthly updates on police and partner activity including crime maps and offenders brought to justice
  • Public meetings at least once a month
neighbourhood priorities in windsor and maidenhead
Neighbourhood Priorities in Windsor and Maidenhead
  • Anti social behaviour (10)
  • Police visibility (5)
  • Inconsiderate parking (5)
  • Burglary (4)
  • Criminal damage/vandalism (3)
  • Environmental issues (3)
  • Speeding (2)
  • Vehicle nuisance (2)
  • Neighbourhood image (1)
  • Provision for young people (1)
  • Car crime (1)
  • Shop theft (1)

13 Neighbourhoods, each with 3 priorities

2010 11 delivery plan crime detection targets
2010 – 11 Delivery PlanCrime detection targets:
  • Increase the detection rate for serious acquisitive crime to 12%
  • Increase the detection rate for VAP with injury including domestic abuse to 35%
  • Achieve a 25% detection rate for serious sexual offences
slide12
Comparison of Current Performance against 2010/11 Targets:

01.04.10 – 01.09.10

Source : HQ Performance

protective services
Protective Services
  • Civil Contingencies
  • Major Crime
  • Critical Incidents
  • Public Order
  • Counter Terrorism
  • Protecting Vulnerable People
  • Domestic Extremism
  • Roads Policing
  • Firearms
  • Serious & Organised Crime
productivity strategy
Productivity Strategy
  • Collaboration
  • Zero Based Budget Approach
  • Value For Money
  • Local Policing Model
  • Streamlined Processes
local policing model
Local Policing Model
  • Review of service delivered
  • Delivery at local level or shared services approach
  • Coterminous with partners
  • Stakeholders engaged
  • Financial savings required
slide17
TVP staffing levels as at 31/07/10

4,302 police officers

2,634 support staff

425 Special Constables*

500 PCSOs

*2010/11 target to increase Special Constabulary to 450

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Strategy for Policing in Thames Valley 2010 -11

Chief Constable

Sara Thornton QPM

Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead

20 September 2010

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