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Doing More of the Same

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Presentation by Chief Ward Clapham of the South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority Police Service's issues, solutions, and work plan.

Presentation by Chief Ward Clapham of the South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority Police Service's issues, solutions, and work plan.

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    • 1. Doing More of the Same
    • 2. Our Past Has Shown
      • Traditional law enforcement alone will not solve the complexities within today’s society around safety, security, crime and disorder…
      • Not sure if you noticed… we are perfectly aligned for the results we are currently getting.
    • 3. The Problem: Our old way of thinking Doing more of the same is NOT working Reactive–post incident correction system Model of repair – not prepare Old paradigms are incomplete The problems have changed
    • 4. The Shift We Are Taking
      • Every significant breakthrough requires a break-with
      • Break-with tradition
      • Break with old ways of thinking
      • Break with old paradigms
    • 5. It’s Not Wrong – Just Incomplete
      • Nothing fails like success
      • Time to complete our new approaches
      • New definition of prevention, comprehensive approaches, integrated service teams with wrap around services, treatment for the sick, jail for the evil.
    • 6. Back to Neighbourhoods Re-Assurance Policing Comprehensive Policing aka: Smart Policing
    • 7. Prevention Becomes the Primary A mindset of ending, reducing and root problem-solving throughout the continuum 1. Upstream 2. Midstream 3. Downstream Becomes the primary – not the ancillary
    • 8. Initiative PROACTIVE VICTIM OR CHANGE AGENT?
    • 9. Guiding Principles: Directional Guidelines for 2009
    • 10. Guiding Principles
        • Firmly establish our presence and legitimacy
        • Staying focused on CORE operational duties
        • 6 pillar approach
          • Enforcement
          • Investigation
          • Intelligence
          • Protection
          • Education
          • Prevention
    • 11. Guiding Principles
        • Clarify the noise
          • Bring stability to the organization
        • Allowing employees not to be saturated
          • chance to renew, refresh
        • Strategic on changes that must be made
        • Phase in changes
          • Phases become evolutions
    • 12. Guiding Principles
        • Focus on our immediate pressures
          • OCC (Operational Communications Centre) solution
          • Policing the bus network
          • Canada Line start up
          • 2010 Olympics planning and deployment
          • Building leadership capacity throughout organization
    • 13. Guiding Principles
        • Taking back the streets
          • Rails and buses
          • Neighbourhood and Reassurance policing approaches
        • Offering stretch opportunities to employees
        • Establish T3 Policing
          • Trust, Transparency, and Truth Policing
        • Staying focused on executing 5 streams
          • Operations, People, Communications, Physical Resources, and Administration
    • 14. Guiding Principles
        • Harness energy and passion
          • Of employees and partnerships
        • Enhance internal communications
          • From the Executive Leadership Team
        • Deliver on Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
        • Deliver value for money = exceptional results
    • 15. 2009 Strategic Direction SCBCTAPS (Transit Police) to focus on the core, foundational reasons for being established, and deliver exceptional results on these primary expectations
    • 16.  
    • 17.
        • Addressing the fundamental concerns
        • Highly visible, intelligence led, comprehensive policing approach
        • Fine-tune our primary duties
        • Enhance our integrated policing partnerships
        • Connecting with clients, partnerships
        • Exceptional return on investment
        • Increase public confidence and trust
        • CORE keeps us focused on our prime objective
    • 18. SCBCTAPS STRATEGIC PLAN 2007-2011 2009 Strategic Plan Focus
    • 19. Goal 1: Focusing on our CORE operational policing duties through a comprehensive policing approach with our partners.
      • High visibility, intelligence led, comprehensive policing
      • Addresses crime, disorder, and the perception of crime on and around our transit network
    • 20. Goal 2: Valuing, developing & engaging our most critical asset: our people.
      • Demonstrating that our people matter
      • Leading efforts in recruiting, retention, development, recognition, support, and engagement
    • 21. Goal 3: Improving our internal and external communications.
      • Building trust, relationships and understanding
      • Timely, open, honest communications
      • With all employees and the public we serve
    • 22. Goal 4: Enhancing our operational readiness in preparation for the Canada Line and 2010 Winter Olympics.
      • Planning, preparation and professional service delivery for our next major operational challenges
    • 23. Goal 5: Delivering exceptional results through wide-ranging Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).
      • Demonstrating value for money
      • ROI (return on investment)
      • Lead and lag activities
      • Measurements that recognize the continuum of policing efforts (enforcement—intervention—prevention)