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  1. What Does the Future Hold for CSP s? Martin Davis Director - Community Safety Information

  2. Overview • ‘Localisation’/Democratisation of public safety management by the delegation of powers and duties. • What has changed and what hasn’t? • Challenges/Opportunities including • Regional co-ordination of crime and disorder reduction • Regional allocation of community safety funding • Potential linkages between local and regional strategic planning • Creation of a CS hierarchy • View from the Coal Face

  3. The Future is with us! • The most elements of public safety have changed. • CSPs – no longer the heart of public safety partnerships? • PCC as a regional power with strategic duties and functions

  4. The Construction of Public Safety Work Areas Service Providers Direction

  5. Where Do CSPs Fit In? Police and Crime Commissioner Local Police Support from force Senior Command Team for local crime and disorder priorities Active involvement of BCU Command Team in partnership Local Authority Active championing of local crime and disorder priorities Political support crucial to mainstreaming: usually, support from Council leader and dedicated ‘portfolio lead’ CSP Shared local public safety agenda (CS Partnership Action Plan) Health services Education services Probation & YOTs NGOs & local business Criminal Justice partners Fire services & authority

  6. PCCs Key Regional Functions Aim to cut crime and deliver an effective and efficient police service within the force area by: • Holding the chief constable to account for the delivery of the force • Setting and updating a police and crime plan • Setting the force budget and precept • Regularly engaging with the public and communities • Appointing, and where necessary dismissing, the chief constable • Cooperating with the criminal justice system in their area • Working with partners and fund community safety activity to tackle crime and disorder. And contribute to the national and international policing capabilities set out by the home secretary in the strategic policing requirement

  7. PCCs and (CSPs) PCCs have the following powers and duties relating to community safety Reciprocal duty for PCCs and responsible authorities to co-operate with each other for the purposes of reducing crime and disorder. 1 Power to bring a representative of any or all CSPs in their area together to discuss priority issues. 2 3 Power to require reports from CSPs about issues of concern. Power to approve mergers of CSPs on application of the CSPs concerned. 4 Power to commission community safety work from a range of local partners including, but not limited to, CSPs. 5

  8. Elemental Changes • The London Model – state of things to come? • The Funding Pie – direction and strategic management? • Local Partnership Action Plans – how will they change? • Community Engagement – whose community (Scarman and Lawrence)

  9. Mayor’s Office for Policing & Crime MOPAC Mission Crime Prevention Police Accountability Justice and re-entry Key success factors are to: Hold the MPS to account and deliver the Mayor’s manifesto commitments and expectations. Challenge the MPS and other criminal justice agencies to deliver value for money for the London taxpayer and address the challenge of fewer resources in the years ahead. Ensure that all of London’s public service agencies work together to prevent crime, seek swift and sure justice for victims, and reduce re-offending. London Crime Reduction Delivery Board Purpose The London Crime Reduction Board (LCRB) meets quarterly with the aim to improve accountability between regional partners through the delivery of an agreed partnership strategic plan. LCRB priorities July 2012 The LCRB has identified three issues where joint planning and delivery are currently key to London: -    tackling gangs-    tackling anti-social behaviour-    reducing re-offending (NOMS) Members Mayor of London: Boris Johnson Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime: Stephen Greenhalgh London Councils: Mayor Jules Pipe London Councils: Cllr. Claire Kober London Councils: Cllr. Philippa Roe London Councils: Cllr. Nick Walkley Police Commissioner: Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe London Police Strategic Management(Model)

  10. The Funding Pie 2012/13 2013/14 Community Safety Funds Funding for DIP, community engagement, crime prevention etc Local authorities and to Welsh CSPs H.O. CSP Grants PCCs PCCs Policing Budget Police Funding streams Continued with 2011/12 NTA arrangements ……buthow will the pie be cut from April 2013? Budget transferred to Local Authority Directors of Public Health Substance Misuse Treatment Budget 10

  11. Local Partnership Action Plan

  12. Local Partnership Plan …cont

  13. Local Community Engagement Section 96 of the Police Act 2006 (as amended by Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011).This requires PCCs to make arrangements for: i) Obtaining the views of the community on policing of the area. ii) Gaining community co-operation with the police in preventing crime and anti social behaviour in that area. iii) Obtaining the views of victims of crime in that area about matters concerning the policing of the area. iv) Obtaining, before a police and crime plan is issued under section 5 or 6 of the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011, the views of the people in that police area, and the views of the victims of crime in that area, on that plan. v) Those arrangements must include, in the case of a police area listed in Schedule 1, arrangements for obtaining, before the first precept for a financial year is issued by the police and crime commissioner under section 40 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992, the views of — (a) the people in that police area, and (b) the relevant ratepayers' representatives, on the proposals of the PCC for expenditure (including capital expenditure) in that financial year.

  14. Thanks for Listening martin.davis@community-safety.info