Vision and strategy for implementation of the Police and Crime
How will the emerging police and crime service delivery across
West Yorkshire look by the May 2016, the end of the first
administration of the Police and Crime Commissioner?
Police, crime and community safety service delivery will
- part of a wider collective effort across West Yorkshire focused
on making people safe and feeling safer;
- delivered by a flexible workforce, working in
multi-disciplinary neighbourhood safety teams;
- organised intuitively so the citizen isn't expected to find the
right agency for their needs and the service deliverers they rely
on aren't hampered by bureaucracy (the 'one stop shop'
- arranged in a way that meets the needs of our communities -
where the police lead on some functions and are led on
- based in locations that suit the needs of communities, and
where premises, assets and facilities are shared with other
- supported by a range of generic services providing assets,
information, advice and administrative resilience across
partnerships in the most cost effective way, and
- under governance arrangements that maximise public
accountability, transparency and value for money.
read Mark's full Vision and Strategy please click here. (pdf