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  1. Nathan Oley Head of Press and Public Affairs, APCC Transitional Board Association of YOT Managers Leeds, 28 January 2013

  2. The Transitional Board - Association of Police and Crime Commissioners • ‘Holding the reins’ - Entirely at the behest and direction of PCCs • Continuity:APA legacy; ensure an effective transition to PCCs –Principle: Local policing delivered in a national framework • Rationale: Enabling effective transition and avoiding a ‘vacum’ at a national level • Small, dedicated team – structure gives PCCs full control of their governance, subscriptions, functions • Commissioned by the Home Office to provide advice, support during the transitional period for current financial year

  3. The role • 41 PCCs will effectively have sole responsibility for holding the police to account for “the totality” of policing • Secure an efficient and effective police for their area; (£12bn) • Appoint the Chief Constable, hold them to account for running the force • Set the police and crime objectives for their area through a Police and Crime Plan • Set the force budget and determine the precept • Contribute to the national and international policing capabilities set out by the Home Secretary • Have a duty to co-operate with community safety and criminal justice partners

  4. How things used to be

  5. How it looks now

  6. Context • Policetactics will remain an operational matter • Sentencing policy jealously guarded by the Judiciary • Loweringcrime requires effective partnership working NYPD Chief Bill Bratton (40% fall in crime in four years in New York) said:“…we failed when we tried to go it alone”

  7. Checks and balances • The press • Police and Crime Plan • Police and Crime Panel • Annual report • HMIC • Secretary of State • The Law and IPCC • And most crucially – the ballot box

  8. Winners • 12 were members of, and one worked for, police authorities (31.7%) • 8 PCCs are former Police Officers (19.5%) • 6 women (15%) • 21 current/former Councillors (PCCs may of course retain their council seats) (51%) • 6 Former MPs (15%)

  9. Results % PCCs • 16 Conservative PCCs    (39% of 41) 27% vote • 13 Labour                            (31.7%) 33% vote • 12 Independent               (29.2%) 22% vote (only 34 areas)

  10. Top priorities • ALL said Public Engagement 41 100% • Neighbourhood Policing and Volunteering 30 73% • The needs of Victims 28 68% • Multi Agency co-operation 23 56% • Protecting frontline /visible policing 21 51% 37% of public (2nd priority)

  11. PCCS’ priorities (2) • Cutting crime 21 51% • Tackling ASB 20 49% 45% of public (1st) • Efficiency/cutting bureaucracy 19 46% • Tackling reoffending and prolific offenders 15 37% • Fighting cuts 14 34%

  12. Timeline Branding First week First Month First 130 days ELECTIONS National engagement Budget and Police and Crime Plan Embed and implement Decision-making processes Public and Partner Engagement Key meetings Initiatives Partnerships and commissioning Priorities, direction Ways of working Deputy PCC Detailed policies, procedures, ways of working OPCC Staffing Finance, Audit and Grants Oath and Official Secrets Act National Welcome Event Press and public engagement

  13. Working with Local Partners • Complex local partnership landscape • Community Safety Partnerships • Local Criminal Justice Boards • Health and Wellbeing Boards • Children’s Trusts • Changes to partnership funding • PCCs role in commissioning services • Opportunity for coordinating end to end services

  14. National opportunities • Engagement and influence • Decision making • Ownership and holding to Account, including: • ICT – Police National ICT Company • NCA – National Crime Agency • COP – College of Policing • PNB / PABew / PSC – Police and staff workforce issues • CT – Counter Terrorism • NPAS – National Police Air Support • Agent for change

  15. How can we help you?

  16. National briefings • 21 Feb 13 - Criminal justice (in conjunction with the Home Office and MoJ) • 21 Mar 13 - Working with the voluntary sector in March (working with the Cabinet Office) • 18 April 13 - Community safety in April (working with the LGA).

  17. Questions and contacts Nathan.Oley@apccs.police.uk www.apccs.police.uk @AssocPCCs 020 7202 0080