Face The Public 2010

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Slides from my presentation to the 2010 Face The Public meeting outlining the Wandsworth Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership's progress and priorities for 2010-11

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  • Welcome & thank-you
    Introduce me
    Brief outline of CDRP and partners
  • This is an annual process
    Want to show some of the headlines of the past year
  • All from local Guardian
  • All from local Guardian
  • All from local Guardian
  • All from local Guardian
  • Lurid headlines ≠ real picture
  • Total notifiable offences for ten years
    Clear downward trend
  • Total notifiable offences for ten years
    Clear downward trend
  • Total notifiable offences for ten years
    Clear downward trend
  • Total notifiable offences. Year to date - third lowest total in inner London
    But when taking population into account...
  • Total notifiable offences. Year to date - third lowest total in inner London
    But when taking population into account...
  • Lowest crime per head of population in inner London, and by a good margin.
  • Lowest crime per head of population in inner London, and by a good margin.
  • The real headline - and consistently the case.
  • Real stories from real people - some selective quotes:
    The SNT are visible, clued up, approachable and able to relate to the local community. (Resident)
    I know that when I go out in Roehampton I am safe... They are like a brother or sister watching over us making sure we don’t get hurt (11 year old)
    [I work with] 13-19 year olds [who] unfortunately often have a negative bias towards towards the police and they they all know and more importantly respect the team. This have been down solely to the team’s hard work and commitment. (youth worker)
    The team have done more than a good job in Roehampton. Their presence and no nonsense approach has made a big improvement to attitudes in the area (resident)
  • Quick run through of the process.
    Heavily based on stats - priority areas and themes decided and agreed between the partners.
  • Last year came up with six overall themes.
    This year’s refresh [CLICK] basically kept them, some changes underneath, but generally the same.
  • Last year came up with six overall themes.
    This year’s refresh [CLICK] basically kept them, some changes underneath, but generally the same.
  • Last year came up with six overall themes.
    This year’s refresh [CLICK] basically kept them, some changes underneath, but generally the same.
  • Last year came up with six overall themes.
    This year’s refresh [CLICK] basically kept them, some changes underneath, but generally the same.
  • Last year came up with six overall themes.
    This year’s refresh [CLICK] basically kept them, some changes underneath, but generally the same.
  • Last year came up with six overall themes.
    This year’s refresh [CLICK] basically kept them, some changes underneath, but generally the same.
  • Last year came up with six overall themes.
    This year’s refresh [CLICK] basically kept them, some changes underneath, but generally the same.
  • Last year came up with six overall themes.
    This year’s refresh [CLICK] basically kept them, some changes underneath, but generally the same.
  • Robbery long-term - strong downward trend.
  • Robbery long-term - strong downward trend.
  • Robbery long-term - strong downward trend.
  • Robbery short-term - trend has reversed slightly. Notice the ‘recession’ hump common in all crime types and across the country.
    Work had brought it back down (kudos to police).
  • Robbery short-term - trend has reversed slightly. Notice the ‘recession’ hump common in all crime types and across the country.
    Work had brought it back down (kudos to police).
  • Robbery short-term - trend has reversed slightly. Notice the ‘recession’ hump common in all crime types and across the country.
    Work had brought it back down (kudos to police).
  • Burglary long-term - again, strong downward trend over the long-term, but...
  • Burglary long-term - again, strong downward trend over the long-term, but...
  • Burglary long-term - again, strong downward trend over the long-term, but...
  • Shorter-term picture affected by the recession, slight upward trend, but again, starting to be brought under control.
  • Shorter-term picture affected by the recession, slight upward trend, but again, starting to be brought under control.
  • Shorter-term picture affected by the recession, slight upward trend, but again, starting to be brought under control.
  • Sub-priorities. Concentrate on burglary, robbery and town centres (hotspots for robbery).
    Example Wandsafe
    Available to any resident who has suffered a burglary, will offer home safety and security advice in partnership with the police, fire service and victim support: “The burglary experience was very distressing, but thanks to Wandsafe I can now sleep at night.”
  • VATP long-term - upwards trend. In part because of definition changes that mean that crime that would not have been serious violence a few years ago are now serious.
  • VATP long-term - upwards trend. In part because of definition changes that mean that crime that would not have been serious violence a few years ago are now serious.
  • VATP long-term - upwards trend. In part because of definition changes that mean that crime that would not have been serious violence a few years ago are now serious.
  • VATP short-term
    Trend much flatter (though still evidence of the recession bump).
  • VATP short-term
    Trend much flatter (though still evidence of the recession bump).
  • VATP short-term
    Trend much flatter (though still evidence of the recession bump).
  • Example: partnership between the police and council on CCTV.
    Last week, report of a fight in Clapham Junction. Police notify CCTV control room, who witness it, and use the cameras to track the culprits who leave before the police arrive, CCTV operator guides them to where they went where they can make an arrest
  • Wandsworth Residents’ Survey
    Police and Council are doing a good or very good job at dealing with local crime
  • Wandsworth Residents’ Survey
    Police and Council are doing a good or very good job at dealing with local crime
  • Wandsworth Residents’ Survey
    Agree that Wandsworth is a safer place overall (than 2007)
  • Wandsworth Residents’ Survey
    Agree that Wandsworth is a safer place overall (than 2007)
  • Wandsworth Residents’ Survey
    Agree that there are more police around (there are about 50 extra PCs and PCSOs under the current mayoralty)
  • Wandsworth Residents’ Survey
    Agree that there are more police around (there are about 50 extra PCs and PCSOs under the current mayoralty)
  • Used to be sceptical, but reassurance is important, affects people’s quality of life if they have a disproportionate fear of crime. Can also result in under-reporting if people form the false view that ‘nothing will happen’.
    Example: Neighbourhood Watch, empowering residents to do more to look after themselves and each other while building links with the agencies
  • 1 in 12 re-offend in Wandsworth
  • 1 in 12 re-offend in Wandsworth
  • 1 in 3 commit 2 or more offences
  • 1 in 3 commit 2 or more offences
  • 60% of young offenders have a medium risk of re-offending
  • 60% of young offenders have a medium risk of re-offending
  • Example: Prolific and Priority Offenders working group - targeting by the police, but also intervention from all other relevant agencies to provide support and help reduce the temptation of re-offending.
  • 22% of population is 21 or under (GLA estimate) - but in fact totally disproportionate
    Also goes the other way, around half of all robbery victims are under 21
  • 22% of population is 21 or under (GLA estimate) - but in fact totally disproportionate
    Also goes the other way, around half of all robbery victims are under 21
  • 22% of population is 21 or under (GLA estimate) - but in fact totally disproportionate
    Also goes the other way, around half of all robbery victims are under 21
  • 22% of population is 21 or under (GLA estimate) - but in fact totally disproportionate
    Also goes the other way, around half of all robbery victims are under 21
  • 22% of population is 21 or under (GLA estimate) - but in fact totally disproportionate
    Also goes the other way, around half of all robbery victims are under 21
  • 22% of population is 21 or under (GLA estimate) - but in fact totally disproportionate
    Also goes the other way, around half of all robbery victims are under 21
  • 22% of population is 21 or under (GLA estimate) - but in fact totally disproportionate
    Also goes the other way, around half of all robbery victims are under 21
  • 22% of population is 21 or under (GLA estimate) - but in fact totally disproportionate
    Also goes the other way, around half of all robbery victims are under 21
  • 22% of population is 21 or under (GLA estimate) - but in fact totally disproportionate
    Also goes the other way, around half of all robbery victims are under 21
  • 22% of population is 21 or under (GLA estimate) - but in fact totally disproportionate
    Also goes the other way, around half of all robbery victims are under 21
  • 22% of population is 21 or under (GLA estimate) - but in fact totally disproportionate
    Also goes the other way, around half of all robbery victims are under 21
  • Example: Intervention work. Often scoffed, but the cost of not intervening is far greater than the cost of perceived ‘perks’.
    eg. Kickz, run in conjunction with Chelsea - sessions have a ‘lecture’ element which buys entitlement to training sessions.
    These don’t just bribe people into good behavour, example of CR loss of form, concentration, leading to training programme and education. Learnt the value and rewards of his own effort, rather than succumbing to the frustration that may have led to ASB.
  • Not a good graph. Relative low volumes but increasing.
    Not just about the illegality of drug supply and crime that is around it, but often a motivator of crime. Many arrested for non-drugs offences will test positive for drugs.
  • Not a good graph. Relative low volumes but increasing.
    Not just about the illegality of drug supply and crime that is around it, but often a motivator of crime. Many arrested for non-drugs offences will test positive for drugs.
  • Not a good graph. Relative low volumes but increasing.
    Not just about the illegality of drug supply and crime that is around it, but often a motivator of crime. Many arrested for non-drugs offences will test positive for drugs.
  • Improvement (still a recession spike), but trend still upwards.
  • Improvement (still a recession spike), but trend still upwards.
  • Improvement (still a recession spike), but trend still upwards.
  • Junior Citizen. Example of the education work that goes on, teaching children at an early age about the potential dangers of drugs.
  • You will get a strategic assessment on your way out and can feedback, but we also want to hear comments and answer questions tonight - expert panel here to do that.
  • Face The Public 2010

    1. 1. WANDSWORTH CDRP FACE THE PUBLIC 2010
    2. 2. 2009 HEADLINES
    3. 3. MUG GERS SE CH ARPENSIONER CRIM NW GE ANIINNAANDSWORTH M CAR E STO R TP E RNETVEALCD ON E E HOLIE E STR EETS ALERT HIGH AFTER WEEK OF GANG VIOLENCE
    4. 4. AND THE FACTS...
    5. 5. TOTAL CRIME 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009
    6. 6. 70,000 52,500 35,000 17,500 0
    7. 7. 300 225 150 75 0
    8. 8. W AND SWO RTH: INNER LONDON’S S AFEST BOR OUGH
    9. 9. ROEHAMPTON - SNT OF THE YEAR
    10. 10. THE PRIORITY PROCESS
    11. 11. 2009 PRIORITIES 2010 Serious Acquisitive Crime Serious Violent Crime Community Reassurance Reduce Re-offending Young People and Crime Drugs
    12. 12. ACQUISITIVE CRIME 200 150 100 50 0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
    13. 13. ACQUISITIVE CRIME 140 110 80 50 Jan 08 Jan 09 Dec 09
    14. 14. ACQUISITIVE CRIME 500 375 250 125 2001 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
    15. 15. ACQUISITIVE CRIME 350 300 250 200 150 Jan 08 Jan 09 Dec 09
    16. 16. ACQUISITIVE CRIME Residential burglary Robbery Town Centre related
    17. 17. SERIOUS VIOLENT CRIME 600 550 500 450 400 350 300 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
    18. 18. SERIOUS VIOLENT CRIME 500 450 400 350 Jan 08 Jan 09 Dec 09
    19. 19. SERIOUS VIOLENT CRIME Local neighbourhoods Gun and knife crime Prolific offenders Domestic violence Town Centre related
    20. 20. COMMUNITY REASSURANCE 77% flickr: metropolitanpolice
    21. 21. COMMUNITY REASSURANCE 54% flickr: metropolitanpolice
    22. 22. COMMUNITY REASSURANCE 27% flickr: metropolitanpolice
    23. 23. COMMUNITY REASSURANCE Most vulnerable victims Hate crime Repeat victimisation Preventing extremism Businesses Anti-social behaviour
    24. 24. RE-OFFENDING 33% flickr: dgeezer
    25. 25. RE-OFFENDING 60% flickr: dgeezer
    26. 26. RE-OFFENDING Substance misuse Adult offenders Young offenders Probation Service
    27. 27. 0% 25% 50% 75% Burglary 100% 57% dwelling Commercial 73% burglary Commercial 73% robbery Theft of 74% motor vehicle YOUNG PEOPLE Personal 85% robbery
    28. 28. YOUNG PEOPLE Young victims Prevention and early intervention
    29. 29. DRUGS 250 200 150 100 50 0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
    30. 30. DRUGS 200 150 100 50 Jan 08 Jan 09 Dec 09
    31. 31. DRUGS Treatment Drug Intervention Education and enforcement
    32. 32. YOUR TURN

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