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PCC: Police & Public Forum Somerset East Police BCU Chief Superintendent Nikki Watson 16. PCC: Police & Public Forum Somerset East Police BCU Chief Superintendent Nikki Watson 16. April. 2013

Somerset East Police District • Large geography • 470 sq miles • Circa 400 Somerset East Police District • Large geography • 470 sq miles • Circa 400 staff work on the district • Policed from 10 stations • Boundaries with counties of Dorset, Devon and Cornwall, Wiltshire and Somerset West, Banes and North Somerset police BCU’s • Approx 275, 000 population • Thriving Portuguese and Polish communities • Desirable area to live and work in general but with pockets of severe deprivation

All crime since 2008: Somerset East: • 251 fewer crimes /month • 18. 9% All crime since 2008: Somerset East: • 251 fewer crimes /month • 18. 9% reduction since 2008 Frome: • 37 fewer crimes /month • 17. 9% reduction since 2008

The Frome Neighbourhood Team Inspector Mark Nicholson PC Amanda Hill PC Darren Baker PC The Frome Neighbourhood Team Inspector Mark Nicholson PC Amanda Hill PC Darren Baker PC Victoria Wood Sergeant Rachel Clarke PCSO Paul Edwards PCSO Darren Golay PCSO Shelly Day PCSO Gary Maule PCSO James May PCSO Declan Quinn PCSO Mary Waugh PCSO Dean Saunders PCSO Yvonne Mears

Frome: 2012/13 v 2011/12 12/13 TOMV 60 34 -43. 3% (-26 crimes) TFMV 189 Frome: 2012/13 v 2011/12 12/13 TOMV 60 34 -43. 3% (-26 crimes) TFMV 189 149 -21. 2% (-40 crimes) 63 65 +3. 2% (+2 crimes) Non Dom Burg 293 243 -17. 1% (-50 crimes) Shoplifting 198 151 -23. 7% (-47 crimes) Criminal damage 476 372 -21. 8% (-104 crimes) Common assault 161 131 -18. 6% (-30 crimes) Wounding 166 144 -13. 3% (-22 crimes) Personal robbery 7 4 -42. 9% (-3 crimes) Violent crime total 533 477 -10. 5% (-56 crimes) Dom Burg Change Total crime 2522 2037 -19. 2% (-485 crimes) ASB 1598 1531 -4. 2% (-67 calls)

Dwelling Burglary since 2008: Somerset East: • 14 fewer crimes /month • 26. 4% Dwelling Burglary since 2008: Somerset East: • 14 fewer crimes /month • 26. 4% reduction since 2008 Frome: • 3 fewer crimes /month • 37. 5% reduction since 2008

Dwelling Burglary related activity: • A dedicated team of officers is tasked to deal Dwelling Burglary related activity: • A dedicated team of officers is tasked to deal with burglary crimes and relentlessly target offenders • All known repeat burglars are referred to the Integrated Offender Management (IMPACT) team to ensure early intervention and prevent re-offending • Provision of a “Bobby Van”, which provides security assessments and advice to victims (as well as improved security fittings) for repeat or vulnerable victims • Maximisation of engagement of Neighbourhood Watch volunteers • Dedicated priority crime Detective Inspector to manage burglary and acquisitive crime • Every victim of household burglary will be visited by their local Safer Neighbourhoods officer

Anti Social Behaviour calls since 2008: Somerset East: • 101 fewer calls /month • Anti Social Behaviour calls since 2008: Somerset East: • 101 fewer calls /month • 9. 8% reduction since 2008 Frome: • 38 fewer crimes /month • 22. 6% reduction since 2008

ASB activity: • Somerset Family Focus project focused on reducing ASB committed by members ASB activity: • Somerset Family Focus project focused on reducing ASB committed by members of the most disadvantaged families • Local officer identified to work with every vulnerable victim • Early intervention initiative “Choice or Consequences” programme for 14 -17 year olds • Engaging Special Constabulary and volunteers to reduce night time economy related ASB in town centres, such as Frome • Support for Community Speedwatch and Safety Camera vans to reduce incidents of excess speed and to reduce road casualties • Maximisation of contribution from Special Constabulary and volunteers to support Trading Standards and test purchasing initiatives to reduce under age drinking • Dedicated Schools Officer, working in all secondary schools across district • Robust targeting of emerging hotspots and follow up with longer term initiatives • Routine patrol of ASB hotspots

Frome news & activity: • Town police post now staffed by team of volunteers Frome news & activity: • Town police post now staffed by team of volunteers • Long running ASB issues with a male living in town centre resolved • Re-introduction of monthly “crime hour” on Frome FM with PCSO/local volunteer presenting the show • Arrest ended “Great Escape” attempt in May 2012 when an offender tried to evade police by crawling into town storm drains • High risk ASB victim and offender issues resolved working alongside many other agencies including ambulance, learning disabilities, social services • High risk hate crime ASB victim issues resolved and on-going support continues. • Working with licensed premises in town has led to a large decline in disorder/ASB issues in town, work continues • Strong relationships/links formed with local school and college providing care for children and young adults with Aspergers Syndrome • Frome Safer Neighbourhood team recognised as “SSN team of the year” at district awards • Frome Patrol team recognised as “Patrol team of the year” at district awards

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