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Environmental and Regeneration Scrutiny Committee 28 October 2009 Public Protection Service Review Of Enforcement 2008/9 Toni Slater. Review of Public Protection Enforcement Enforcement performance 2008/2009 and current performance up to September 2009 Dog fouling Fly-tipping

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Environmental and Regeneration Scrutiny Committee

28 October 2009

Public Protection Service

Review Of Enforcement 2008/9

Toni Slater


Review of public protection enforcement

Review of Public Protection Enforcement

Enforcement performance 2008/2009

and current performance up to September 2009

Dog fouling

Fly-tipping

Examples of successful prosecutions

Current Service Priorities

Service Enforcement Priorities for 2010/11

Service Review 2009

Review of Public Protection Enforcement




Waste duty of care enforcement
Waste Duty of Care Enforcement

Under Section 34 of the Environmental Protection Act (1990) all businesses producing waste have a legal duty to ensure that all waste is stored and disposed of in accordance with the above Act


Dog fouling

Evidence of a significant reduction in complaints to the service over the last 5 years

The Contact Centre has made it easier for the public to report incidents.

Dog Fouling Enforcement has remained a priority (182 Notices and 4 prosecutions)

% Reduction in complaints over time =

This is a good outcome based measure of performance

Dog Fouling


Complaints over the last 5 years service over the last 5 years


Performance compared with other LA’s service over the last 5 years


Fly tipping
Fly-Tipping service over the last 5 years

Fly-tipping in Wrexham reaches record levels

Published date: 14 October 2009 | Published by: Phil Robinson

Fly-tipping in Wrexham reaches record levels 

FLY-TIPPING incidents in Wrexham have soared by a massive 66 per cent in just three years and this contrasts starkly with a large reduction in the illegal dumping of waste recorded across the rest of Wales.

Fly-tipping cases report in Wrexham rose from:

706 in 2006/2007

993 in 2007/2008

2116 in 2008/2009


Fly tipping1
Fly-Tipping service over the last 5 years

Fly-tipping figures could prove to be a load of rubbish

May 13 2009 by Abby Alford, Western Mail

FLY-TIPPING has cost the taxpayer more than £8m to clean up over the past three years, official figures have revealed.

But the true scale of the problem could be worse as one council claims there are discrepancies in how Wales’ 22 local authorities record incidents.


Fly tipping enforcement
Fly-Tipping Enforcement service over the last 5 years


Examples of prosecutions

Examples of prosecutions: service over the last 5 years

Licensing

Trading Standards

Fair Trading

Fly tipping

Examples of Prosecutions


Underage sales (alcohol, cigarettes, knives) service over the last 5 years

Environmental Enforcement and Implementation of Dog Control Orders

Food Safety - Implementation of Professor Pennington’s Report Recommendations (March 2009)

Health and Safety partnership with HSE - Inspection and Enforcement of Residential Care homes

Food Standards and Nutrition

Animal Health Disease Control

Licensing, Public Safety and reducing anti social behaviour

Environmental Protection and safeguarding Public Health

Current Service Enforcement Priorities


Service priorities 2010 11

service over the last 5 yearsreducing antisocial behaviour and nuisance in communities, ensuring the safety and the quality of the food chain, improving the local environment, protecting the health safety and wellbeing of individuals and promoting a fair and just trading environment for residents and businesses”

Service Priorities 2010/11


Workshop is planned for early November to develop the Service Management Plan and Service Operational plans for 2010/11

Agree priorities and performance measures against background of budgetary constraints

Service Planning Workshop 2010/11


Public protection service review 2009

Service Review 2006 – led to restructure and realignment of services. Business process re-engineering, the pilot contact centre and early implementation of street scene enforcement

In 2009 the Welsh Assembly announced that funding for Councils across Wales will be severely reduced over the next few years by as much as 20%.

Public Protection Service Review 2009


Public protection service review 20091

It is important that the Public Protection Service safeguards core service areas and maintains good quality services against this backdrop of significant cuts in public spending. It is recognised that a long term strategy is needed to enable the development

of a flexible service to counteract the significant budgetary constraints over the next few years.

PublicProtection Service Review 2009


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