- Policing plan sets out performance targets.
- A strategic plan for policing, setting out how Nottinghamshire Police aims to continue to improve performance in the face of stinging financial cuts, has been developed.
Produced after exhaustive consultation with the public and numerous county-based organisations, the Local Policing Plan 2011-15, which is produced jointly by the Police Authority and Nottinghamshire Police, identifies how the force will build on the successes achieved in the last year, focusing on both countywide and local, community-based priorities.
In the next two years alone Nottinghamshire Police intends to:
- Reduce the total numbers of crimes committed by 20,000
- Make savings of £23m to meet the reduced budget allocation
- Become one of the top 25% of all forces when assessed by public satisfaction rates.
Delivery of these targets will help the Force achieve its ambition, namely that by 2015 Nottinghamshire will be:
- The safest county in England and Wales
- The best value-for-money police force in England and Wales
- The most dependable police force in England and Wales
The plan can be downloaded by clicking here.
The first section sets out the forcewide aims and priorities, and is followed by eight individual local plans relating to eight individual districts.
Among the priorities identified in the plan for the coming four years are:
- Investing more money than ever before in policing local neighbourhoods
- Targeting antisocial behaviour in parts of the city and county where people are most at risk
- Increased collaboration with neighbouring police forces to provide services; and improving the feedback provided to victims.
In the Policing Plan for 2011-15 you will see how the force plans to build on these successes for the coming years.
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