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Presentation to Rother District Council Services Overview & Scrutiny Committee 22 nd March 2010 Presentation to Rother District Council Services Overview & Scrutiny Committee 22 nd March 2010

Safer Rother Partnership • Laid down in Statute by Crime & Disorder Act 1998, Safer Rother Partnership • Laid down in Statute by Crime & Disorder Act 1998, Review and Crime and Justice Act 2006, Police Reform Act 2007 • Statutory Partners – Sussex Police, SPA, ESCC, RDC, PCT, ESFRS, Probation Areas of work: • Key responsibilities crime reduction, reduction in fear of crime and reducing offending– specific targets ASB, PPO Scheme, Added Value • Given National Targets Indicators, New focus of Charter for ASB minimum Standards, Confidence in Police and Partners to deliver services, Preventing Violent Extremism, • NOW called Community Safety Partnerships (CSP)

Structure Ad hoc Youth Diversionary Groups Violent Crime Action Group Safer Rother Partnership Ad Structure Ad hoc Youth Diversionary Groups Violent Crime Action Group Safer Rother Partnership Ad hoc Community Problem Groups Anti-Social Behaviour Panel Prevent & Deter (Bexhill) Property Crime Action Group Rother Identified Prolific & Priority Offenders Prevent & Deter (Rural Rother) Rother Deter Young Offenders Joint Safer Roads Group

Youth Diversion Work - various Rother Local Strategic Partnership Ad hoc County wide & Youth Diversion Work - various Rother Local Strategic Partnership Ad hoc County wide & Rother Groups Rother Race Action Forum CSPG Safer Rother Partnership East Sussex Safer Communities Steering Group & sub groups Resources & Performance HIm. P Police Neighbourhood Panels Various Groups to discuss PPOs, Alcohol, Domestic Violence, Hate Crime, Communication etc Involvement with other groups

Structure of work with Rother District Council Licensing Action Group Officer Representative Rother Local Structure of work with Rother District Council Licensing Action Group Officer Representative Rother Local Strategic Partnership Violent Crime Action Group Officer and Councillor representation Property Crime Action Group Officer and Councillor representation Safer Rother Partnership Officer and Councillor representation Joint Action Group Officer Representation Prolific Offender RIPPO Officer Representation Co-ordinators work with Council on issues e. g. Housing offenders, Domestic Violence, Clean ups, Confidence

Performance (1) February 2010 • Excellent Performance over the last 5 years • Reduction Performance (1) February 2010 • Excellent Performance over the last 5 years • Reduction in Total Crime 15. 6% i. e. 757 less crimes (4, 105) more than 12% above the target • Only one in five or 22% of respondents said that the level of crime needed improving in their area (Place Survey) Over the five years from 2003 when nearly half of respondents said this was a priority (48%), • Nine out of ten residents (92%) feel safe outside their home during the day and only 3% feel unsafe (Place Survey) (recent survey 90%) • 61% of respondents felt safe outside their home when it is dark (Place Survey) (recent survey 65%)

Performance (2) Some achievements in last year: • Court ordered house closure of RSL Performance (2) Some achievements in last year: • Court ordered house closure of RSL property under ASB Legislation • Reductions in offending of 12 most Prolific Offenders in Rother , includes monitoring through 3 HARPOS, 1 YOT, 2 Community, 1 Probation Kent, 5 in Custody • Numerous Crime Prevention initiatives to reduce Burglary e. g. 1000 UV marking pens, Beat Burglar, funding of additional Operations • Crime Prevention Stalls at Community Events • NOMAD bus for youth work in Rye and villages • Successful Multi-Cultural event and links with BAME community • Pilot Deter Young Offenders Group

Current Situation • Review of Community Safety work across East Sussex – new structure, Current Situation • Review of Community Safety work across East Sussex – new structure, shared co-ordination (urban/rural split or Hastings & Rother) central commissioning • Six month budget • Additional responsibilities – ASB Minimum Standards, PREVENT, Reducing Offending • Emphasis on Building Confidence, Community based working, Neighbourhood Panels, Street a Month,

Funding for SRP to end of Sept 2010 • Rother District Council - £ Funding for SRP to end of Sept 2010 • Rother District Council - £ 20, 565 (£ 41, 300 for 2010/11 includes allocation for posts and £ 1, 000 publicity) • LAA/Area Based Grant ESCC – Revenue £ 28, 188 Capital £ 8, 008 (£ 40, 168 which is top sliced for Analyst, Domestic Violence, Hate Crime services) • Sussex Police BCU grant - £ 23, 780 • Grant from Priory £ 1, 500 Core funding Revenue: £ 74, 033 Capital £ 8, 8008

Conclusions: • Crime continues to go down in Rother April 2004 Burglary Dwelling 574 Conclusions: • Crime continues to go down in Rother April 2004 Burglary Dwelling 574 now 171 Theft from Vehicle 762 now 289 • Still work to be done on perceptions of crime and ASB – needs to be targeted to communities that are most concerned • Focussing on key areas of work brings success: Specific Offenders, Young Offenders or those at risk, issues for neighbourhoods, quick response police operations, crime prevention based on these. • Publicity about our work and successes needs to be consistent across all partners agencies • Joint work with the Council and other partners has made a real difference e. g: Joint Action Group, Licensing Action Group, Neighbourhood Panels, Family Intervention Project,

Introduction • Everyone has the right to be confident that crime and ASB is Introduction • Everyone has the right to be confident that crime and ASB is being tackled in their neighbourhood and to be safe and feel safe. • NHP now embedded in Rother and remains top priority to continue to develop the quality and outcomes for local people. • Rother residents are now more confident than before that police and council are dealing with crime and ASB that matters to them (Place Survey results and Confidence surveys). • NHP is key to this success, It works to reduce and detect crime/ASB and reassure communities (every ward now has dedicated resources PCSOs and PCs - We have 22 PCSOs and now 12 PCs uplift of 8 PCs)

Policing Pledge • Sets out for the first time the high standards the public Policing Pledge • Sets out for the first time the high standards the public should expect from the police • 10 points of the Pledge monitored robustly locally to ensure compliance • Government have removed all nationally set targets except one - Confidence (measured nationally by BCS and locally by LAA target)

ASB • Review of ASB this year in Rother • Introduction of Operation Listen ASB • Review of ASB this year in Rother • Introduction of Operation Listen (outcome - much improved response, investigation and service delivery to victims of ASB) • Top priority for next year for NHP teams • Minimum standards to be delivered consistently (CSP charter similar to Pledge) • Rother already ahead and ready to take on this challenge

Partnership working • Police alone cannot tackle crime and ASB • Partners (Local Gov, Partnership working • Police alone cannot tackle crime and ASB • Partners (Local Gov, Health, Education, ESFRS, Voluntary sector) Must work Visibly together to Identify concerns that matter to neighbourhoods, Act and Feedback to provide joined up support to victims and to challenge offenders • Strong local Partnerships (LSP, Council and Police are working very closely together) • If we do not do this we are letting our communities down

What Next • Total place (make maximum use of joint resources) • Neighbourhood management What Next • Total place (make maximum use of joint resources) • Neighbourhood management (shared vision for communities) • Safe and Confident Neighbourhoods (SCNS) • IOM (Integrated Offender Management) • Encourage communities to be more involved (NHW, Panels , Street a Month) • Improved Communication

What have we achieved • Increased confidence and reduction in fear of crime • What have we achieved • Increased confidence and reduction in fear of crime • Reduced total crime by 15% 703 fewer victims, Burglary 63 fewer, Vehicle crime 89 fewer, Criminal damage 164 fewer, Violent crime 49 fewer (PPY) • Providing a Quality response and Customer Satisfaction, 95. 5% Ease of contact, 82. 9% satisfied with Police Action Taken, 70. 4% with Kept informed.

From 1 st April 2008 Safer Rother Partnership is the reporting organisation for the From 1 st April 2008 Safer Rother Partnership is the reporting organisation for the following new National Indicators • • • Serious violent crime rate (NI 15) Serious acquisitive crime rate (NI 16) Perceptions of anti-social behaviour (NI 17) Assault with injury crime rate (NI 20) Gun crime rate (NI 29) Re-offending rate of prolific and priority offenders (NI 30) Repeat incidents of domestic violence (NI 32) Domestic violence – murder (NI 34) Protection against terrorist attack (NI 36) Perceptions of drug use or drug dealing as a problem (NI 42)