Quarterly Report on Work Streams to support the Police and Crime Plan January – April 2015 Contents



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Quarterly Report on Work Streams to support the Police and Crime Plandescription: nwp strapline-crest logo colour (b)

January – April 2015

Contents

  1. Prevent Crime







    1. To develop and implement a Force and County Crime & ASB Reduction Plans for 2014/15

pg. 5

    1. To improve access to and the understanding and application of evidenced based tactics

pg. 6

    1. To further develop the identification of risk factors for people killed or seriously injured on our roads in partnership with others in order to focus prevention and enforcement activities

pg. 7

    1. To increase the number of hours worked by members of the Special Constabulary

    2. To develop a model to identify and respond to people or families who have a disproportionate impact on public services and pursue implementation with partners

pg. 9

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  1. Deliver an Appropriate Response







    1. To implement the new Victims Code of Practice

pg.15

    1. To extend the application of the learning from our ‘systems thinking’ work underway in the Flintshire area

pg.18

    1. To implement the new Police Service Code of Ethics

pg.19

    1. To review the deployment of PCSOs across the Force and implement agreed recommendations

pg.21

    1. To further develop Force communication systems to improve the availability of information on the work of the Force and public safety

pg.22



















  1. Reduce Harm and the Risk of Harm







    1. To continue to enhance our cyber and hi-tech crime capabilities

pg.25

    1. To improve our ability to identify and tackle child sexual exploitation

pg.27

    1. To continue to work with partners to build on our public protection arrangements, including the Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub being piloted in Wrexham

pg.29

    1. To work with partners to determine the scale of human trafficking and modern slavery across the Force area and develop responses

    2. To work with partners in the commissioning and delivery of services that reduce the harm caused by substance misuse

pg.30

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  1. Build Effective Partnerships







    1. To complete a ‘stock take’ of existing partnership arrangements and pursue opportunities to improve

pg.40

    1. To progress further collaborative opportunities with other police forces and partners

pg.41

    1. To continue to work with national and regional partners to ensure we possess the capacity and capability to meet our obligations as set out in the national Strategic Policing Requirement

pg.46

    1. To work with partners to enhance still further our arrangements for tackling rape and other serious sexual offences and in particular for supporting victims

pg.48

    1. To determine the future of the existing Force Communications Centre and associated practices, in conjunction with relevant partners

pg.50































  1. Organisational Development







    1. To deliver the savings of £4.3m in 2014/15 and develop plans for 2015/16 and 2016/17 to realise further savings of the order of £9.5m

pg.54

    1. To develop and pursue a new Information, Communications & Technology Strategy to underpin operational service delivery and our savings plan

pg.59

    1. To review our existing health and well-being initiatives and develop a programme to maximise the performance and availability of our workforce in this regard

pg.62

    1. To review our approach to leadership within the organisation and develop and instigate a leadership programme in keeping with the challenges we face

pg.64

    1. To further develop the skills of our police commanders in the handling of critical and major incident command having regard to the lessons learnt from recent national and local events

pg.66



  1. Prevent Crime


1.1

Policing Objective: Prevent Crime


Work Stream: To develop and implement a Force and County Crime & ASB Reduction Plans for 2014/15


Chief Officer Lead: ACC Richard Debicki


SMT Lead: Ch/Supt. Jeremy Vaughan


Current status:


  • County and Force wide plans continue to be scrutinised on a weekly basis by exception.







  • Operation Falcade was implemented over a 12 week period focussing on deploying police resources against predictable demands in the busiest 10 wards across North Wales. The improved deployment model was evaluated and indications are that it led to an unseasonal reduction in victim based crime across a number of our key demand areas.




  • Recorded all crime reduced by 0.2% at year end with a 0.4% increase in victim based crime (VBC). ASB incidents reduced by 7.9% overall.




  • Notwithstanding the likely effect of the Crime Data Integrity Audit on recorded crime, the increase in VBC was marginal with some positive reductions in some key crime areas including:




    • 9% reduction in burglary dwelling

    • 14.4% reduction in burglary other than in as dwelling

    • 14.2% reduction in vehicle crime

    • 3% reduction in criminal damage and arson




Progress planned for next quarter:



  • Continue to develop predictive analysis to further improve deployment linked to the planned review of Neighbourhood Policing and broader problem solving agenda.



  • To continue to develop investigative and preventative interventions with a view to identifying, targeting and supporting repeat offenders, locations and victims.




1.2

Policing Objective: Prevent Crime


Work Stream: To improve access to and the understanding and application of evidenced based tactics


Chief Officer Lead: ACC Richard Debicki


SMT Lead: DCS Wayne Jones


Current status:
The Force recently supported the national Society for Evidence Based Policing Conference (SEBP) in Manchester with five members of staff attending. As part of the work on violent crime DCI Jason Devonport will be looking at running a small before and after study into violent crime in Denbighshire using some of the evidence based academic research that was conducted by Bangor University for Operation Spider.
A paper was also recently presented at Operations Committee highlighting the launch of the College of Policing “What Works” centre for crime reduction. This resource draws together evidence based research on previous studies with the support of academic research. The use of the new resource will be encouraged by operational staff to use what has been found to work in other areas.


Progress planned for next quarter:

The corporate programme office are preparing a bid to the Police Knowledge Fund for collaboration with Bangor University. This collaboration will aim to support and develop the research capacity of North Wales Police (NWP) from within the organisation. A proposed bid will seek to work with Bangor University and take a multi-strand approach with the following aims and objectives:



  1. Map the research skills base of the organisation and the extent to which evidence-based practices are built into policing.




  1. Aim to develop processes which will allow the integration of evidence-based policing into all police activities.

The force will continue to assess the impact of the Body Worn Video roll out into Local Policing Services.




1.3

Policing Objective: Prevent Crime


Work Stream: To further develop the identification of risk factors for people killed or seriously injured on our roads in partnership with others in order to focus prevention and enforcement activities


Chief Officer Lead: DCC Gareth Pritchard


SMT Lead: Ch/Supt. Neill Anderson


Current status:
North Wales Police has continued to develop Operation Sodium and has now fully implemented our capability to be able to process offenders with the provision of the new Drug Drive legislation. We have fully completed the changes to processes, the training of both Roads Policing Officers and Custody Staff as well as having purchased the necessary Drug Swipe equipment. As a result we now have a robust process that allows NWP to work completely within the new legislation and test drivers of motorcars for Cannabis and Cocaine based drugs. To date we have conducted 60 tests and over 50% have proved positive. This activity is being fully supported by our Administration of Justice Dept. and the CPS. This goes a long way to ensure that we seek to further reduce the risk on the roads and supportive action by the courts will ensure that these high-risk offenders will be disqualified from driving if found guilty.
Temporal data analysis continues to be used within Operation Spotlight to ensure that we are targeting our enforcement activity in the right areas. We have a pilot running in the rural areas of Denbighshire where we have seen an increase in collisions involving young people and a correlated decline in enforcement of Fatal 5 offences. The operation is seeking to redress the balance and will be measurable in that our enforcement activity is recorded and mapped to the casualty data. This will be reviewed after 6 months.
Operation Darwen is now in full swing. A formal strategic and tactical review was completed. This has resulted in a tactical directory being produced that is fully supported by an operational order to deploy staff. The operation is linked directly through to the Strategic Partnership with the Local Authorities so that established task and finish groups are fully sighted on our enforcement activity. Bike Safe has been further developed to include key causation factors of serious and fatal collisions. To that end we have developed and are delivering a motorcycle maintenance course with a sharp focus on tyre maintenance. A publicity campaign has been developed for Operation Darwen supported by new marketing literature and equipment.
The Chief Inspector and Inspector of the Roads Policing Unit are now trained Road Death Review Officers. As experienced Road Death Senior Investigating Officers this now allows North Wales Police to develop a robust review process within our

complex business area of investigating road death.


The operations calendar has been fully developed and published. This is controlled directly though our robust level one tasking process. The operations calendar is being shared with our road safety and casualty reduction partners so that we further develop our strong working relationships and ensure we continue to work.

GoSafe have been fully drawn in to our Level One Tasking process. This is to ensure that the tactical options offered through use of operational enforcement sites are supportive of our strategy and tactical casualty reduction plan.


The tactical plan has been produced to fully support our strategy for reducing the risk on our roads. This outlines our tactical response to enforcement and engagement around the core areas of concern as identified though data analysis. This links directly to the National Roads Policing Strategic Framework and the Road Safety Framework for Wales.



Progress planned for next quarter:


  • To lead a number of high profile enforcement campaign namely the summer anti-drink/drug drive campaign for Wales. This year there will be, for the first time ever, an opportunity to fully engage the public in relation the new drug drive legislation. Specific drug drive operations will be conducted at key times and at key locations in the Force area fully supported by a robust media strategy.



  • To further develop the work around young and older drivers who are identified as particular risk groups. Now that we have fully established Operation Revolution as a credible and measured education input for young drivers we will seek the support of necessary parties and conduct an equality impact assessment that will afford us an understanding of the possibility of offering places on the Revolution Course for young people as an alternative to prosecution for a driving offence. This will be scoped out in the same way as other diversionary courses are in place now. We will do the same for older drivers in respect of scoping out the referral opportunities for the older driver course currently offered by the local authorities.



  • We will develop an enhanced approach to tackling the growing use of smart devices in vehicles that contribute to the distraction of drivers that cause collisions. Operation Nexus will move up a level and will include a number of new and robust detection tactics. This will be fully supported by a media campaign.


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