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Hertfordshire Constabulary . Neighbourhood Policing, Young People & Schools. Headteachers Conference 12 June 2008 Chief Constable Frank Whiteley. Hertfordshire Constabulary Basic Facts – 1st April 2008. 22 nd biggest of 43 Forces 2148 Police Officers 1908 Police Staff

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hertfordshire constabulary
Hertfordshire Constabulary

Neighbourhood Policing, Young People & Schools

Headteachers Conference

12 June 2008

Chief Constable Frank Whiteley

hertfordshire constabulary basic facts 1st april 2008
Hertfordshire ConstabularyBasic Facts – 1st April 2008
  • 22nd biggest of 43 Forces
  • 2148 Police Officers
  • 1908 Police Staff
  • Including 262 Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs)
  • 266 Special Constables
  • £197.6m (gross) budget
  • 80,239 recorded crimes
  • 435,043 Incidents
  • 31,077 persons arrested
a good improving force 2007 08
A Good & Improving Force 2007/08
  • Reduction in all and key Crimes
  • Increased detection rate
  • Improved call handling
  • Good response times
  • National leaders in Quality of Service
  • Improvements in public reassurance
  • Reductions in those Killed / Seriously Injured in road traffic incidents
safer neighbourhoods team
Safer Neighbourhoods Team
  • 500+ full time staff
  • 266 Special Constables, other volunteers, Neighbourhood Watch and Partner Agency staff
  • Our Approach
    • Access
    • Influence
    • Intervention
    • Answers
10 Youth Crime Reduction Officers

CDRP based and responsible for coordination

Investment in 38 Youth and Schools PCSOs

1 per Extended School Consortia (ESC)

Core Offer- defines the schools PCSO role and how it works with the generic Geographic PCSO role

Schools - Our Commitment

youth schools pcsos core offer minimum service
Youth & Schools PCSOs Core OfferMinimum Service
  • Providing targeted visible presence within schools, including truancy patrols with the Education Welfare Officer
  • Act as single point of contact between your school and the Police for matters such as CAF etc.
  • Share good practice through extended schools consortia
  • Assist in PSHE and Citizenship classroom inputs (these staff are not trained teachers and should not be expected to run lessons)

Youth & Schools PCSOs Core OfferMinimum Service

  • Deliver key Policing messages through appropriate forums, including assemblies
  • Assist in Restorative Justice Conferences held within the school
  • Work with schools and local communities to address anti social behavior in the neighbourhood policing area
  • Attend other multi agency meetings such as YISP, Prevent and Deter meetings

Are you making use of the core offer?

Do you know who your PCSO is and how to contact them?


Schools - Our Commitment

youth strategy
Youth Strategy
  • Safeguarding
    • Preventing young people becoming victims of crime
    • Preventing young people becoming repeat victims of crime
    • Preventing young people offending or re-offending
  • Addressing the perception gap in anti social behaviour involving young people
  • ACPO youth toolkit
    • Risk assessment process to identify young people who are committing crime or are at risk of doing so
    • Drawn up in partnership with Police, YOT and IYSS
    • We may approach you for information on that young person
the future
Schools Guidance document

Transition inputs for year 6’s

Increase /Maintain the commitment to crucial crew

CEOP inputs for teaching staff

Establish better relationships within ESC

ACPO Youth toolkit

Greater engagement with Young people

Use young people to solve the problem, moving from seeing them as a problem

The Future
our central youth team
Our Central Youth Team


01707 638852


01707 638856