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Police and Crime Commissioner's Plan to deliver strong local policing is now launched

Published on Wednesday 8 December 2021

Derbyshire's Police and Crime plan designed to increase visible policing presence across Derbyshire and reduce crime across Derbyshire has now been published.


Police and Crime Commissioners have a legislative duty to produce a local Police and Crime Plan to set local policing priorities for their area. They hold the Chief Constable to account for delivering on these priorities and for providing an effective policing service to communities.

The plan sets out a series of strategic priorities that have been shaped by feedback Commissioner Angelique Foster has received during her many meetings with the public and a public survey.

At the heart of the plan is a drive to maximise Derbyshire's resources, ensuring the Force has as many Police Officers and Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) out on the streets as possible with a clear focus on preventing crime.

Key priorities include:

•    Strong local policing
•    Neighbourhood Crime and Policing
•    Victim Support and Safeguarding
•    Road Safety
•    Rural Crime
•    Driving Efficiencies

Police and Crime Commissioner Angelique Foster said: "These are the key priorities that the public have told me matter the most to them. People quite rightly expect a high standard of policing in their communities, and they want to be reassured that the police are there when they need them, to help keep them and their family safe.

"We live in one of the safest counties in the country and that is why we should strive even further to protect it and keep it that way. I expect a consistent service to be delivered to people regardless of where they live in the county.

"I have worked closely with the Chief Constable and her senior officer team to develop this plan and I expect the Force and our partners to deliver on these promises. Over the coming months, I will be scrutinising performance closely to make sure local people receive the value and quality they deserve and a strong and robust police service that fully meets their needs."

Derbyshire's Chief Constable Rachel Swann's duty is to work on delivering on the key priorities set out in the plan.

The plan can be downloaded here:  https://www.derbyshire-pcc.gov.uk/Document-Library/content/POLICE-AND-CRIME-PLAN-Final-002-5.pdf
 




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