Your Police and Crime Commissioner, Paddy Tipping has a statutory duty to produce a Police and Crime Plan for Nottinghamshire, in consultation with local people and stakeholders, that will set out priorities and objectives for the police over the 2018 to 2021 period. These include:-
- Protecting people from harm – I want to ensure that vulnerable people are protected and safeguarded from harm and improve our capacity and capability to deal with new serious and emerging threats. As part of this work, I will maintain a focus on addressing the drivers of crime and demand on services and improve information sharing between organisations.
- Helping and supporting victims – I want more people have the confidence to report crime and ensure that victims are supported to cope and recover from the harm they experience. I want to ensure that victims and survivors know where they can go for help and are meaningfully engaged in improving our service delivery. I also want to reduce levels of repeat victimisation.
- Tackling Anti-social Behaviour – I want to ensure that individuals and communities are safer and feel safer and support work to build stronger and more cohesive communities. I also want ensure that fewer people commit crime and offenders are supported to rehabilitate and held to account through an effective criminal justice system
- Transforming services and delivering quality policing – I want to improve community and victim confidence and satisfaction in policing and help to develop a Police workforce that reflects the communities it serves. I also want to ensure that we deliver value for money in policing, minimise waste, drive efficiencies through save money through collaboration and innovation and ensure that your police have the skills and resources they need to do their job.
We want to hear your views on the draft Framework for the 2018-21 Police and Crime Plan, and we would also like to hear your views on the draft Police and Crime Needs Assessment for 2017 which helped to inform the Plan for which there is also an Interactive Summary which may be of interest.
The survey will close at midnight on Friday 19th January 2018