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Presentation to the Sutton Community and Police Forum, 28 January 2010. Thoughts on improving partnership working around our streetscene services, and an introduction to our 'Part of the Team...' …

Presentation to the Sutton Community and Police Forum, 28 January 2010. Thoughts on improving partnership working around our streetscene services, and an introduction to our 'Part of the Team...' campaign.

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  • 1. SMARTER STREETS Sutton Community and Police Forum 28 January 2010 Daniel Ratchford, Dan Jones
  • 2. Introduction
    • What do we mean by “ Smarter Streets ”?
    • Some good progress to date:
      • financial savings
      • Contender
      • ‘ problem solving meetings’
    • ‘ Part of a Team that Keeps Sutton Clean’ - a new and helpful focus to this work
    • Opportunities for further improvements?
  • 3. Services on the streets include…
    • ‘ Streetscene’ issues, currently the responsibility of E&L (incl responding to graffiti, fly-tipping, littering, dog fouling, etc.)
    • ‘ Enforcement’ functions around parking, waste, planning, and a range of functions within environmental sustainability
    • ‘ Policing’ issues, currently the responsibility of the SNTs
  • 4. Services perform well in Sutton
    • The INSI data confirms that these are areas of concern to our residents (and the use of INSI itself is innovative)
    • These are all highly visible, borough-wide services
    • Most are proactive
    • Most are highly performing (and some are innovative)
    • There is already some excellent partnership working between the teams, departments, and agencies
  • 5. There are opportunities to improve
    • Efficiencies?
    • Service improvement?
    • Better coordination of work at a neighbourhood level?
    • Better engagement with our residents?
    • More – or better – enforcement?
  • 6. Emerging ideas – short term
    • Build on current successes, including:
      • Contender
      • ‘ problem solving meetings’
      • enforcement and FPN protocols
      • ‘ Part of the Team…’ campaign
    • Make better use of data to support ‘problem solving meetings’ and to determine priorities (from INSI, ward panel, neighbourhood watch)
    • Implement some immediate new initiatives in particular problem areas
  • 7. Emerging ideas – short term
  • 8.  
  • 9. Emerging ideas – medium term
    • Develop new resident engagement opportunities – the practical implementation of ‘Part of the Team…’
    • Ideas might include:
      • ‘ Sutton Eyes’ and ‘Young Sutton Eyes’?
      • ‘ Love Sutton’?
      • revamped and republicised enforcement policy
      • social networking opportunities?
      • better links through schools (and the Life Centre)
      • Sutton High Street as a pilot – and focus - area
  • 10. Emerging ideas – longer term
    • Reconsider – and reconfigurate – enforcement powers?
    • Consider more radical restructuring options between teams. Options might include:
      • bringing together back office functions?
      • bringing together middle management?
      • bringing together front line teams?