Barnsley District Command Team Meeting

 

In Attendance:              Chief Superintendent Andy Brooke (Chair)

CI Andy Hodgkinson, Response

CI Debbie Mahmood, Safer Neighbourhoods

Mary Verity, Business Manager

Amanda Sanderson, HR Operational Partner

                                    D/Supt. James Abdy - Observer

CI Ian Roberts – Diamond Team                        

Inspector Simon Mottram – Diamond Team

 

Apologies:                   Superintendent Liz Watson, Operations

A/PS Kieran Frain, Staff Officer

DCI Craig Jackson, Crime Manager

 

Copy to:                       Rachel Lilley, Barnsley District Liaison Officer

Lisa Ingham, Finance Officer

 

 

 

1.         APOLOGIES

 

  1. As above.

 

 

2.         MINUTES OF THE LAST MEETING & MATTERS ARISING

 

2.1       The minutes of the last meeting dated 8 July 2014 were agreed as an accurate record.

 

 

3.         ACTIONS FROM LAST MEETING

 

3.1        Closed.

 

3.2        Resources & Structure. Secretaries to arrange a meeting for the Command Team to discuss resources and structures including future plans and vulnerabilities.  Arranged for 9th September 2014.  Discharged.

 

            The potential to re-locate teams during the period of the new Custody Build to be discussed in the above meeting.  A general discussion took place within the Command Team meeting.  Discharged.

 

3.3        All Other TheftDCI Jackson to confirm what offences fall within the All Other Theft category.  Confirmed by the Crime Bureau as: bicycle theft, burglary, shoplifting, theft from the person and vehicle offences.  Miscellaneous theft includes street and garden furniture, garden ornaments and drive offs.  Barnsley has the lowest number of drive offs but are higher than average in respect of burglary other from sheds.  Discharged.

 

 

4.         Closed.

 

 

5.         LOCAL CRIME & PCC POLICING PLAN

 

5.1        Summary of Year to Date Performance re. PCC Targets

 

All crime is currently up by 3% (188 offences). 

 

ASB is up by 7%, predominantly around youth nuisance problems.

 

Burglary dwelling is up by 10% (41 offences).   

 

Vehicle crime has reduced by 16.8% (127 less offences).

 

Criminal damage has increased by 8.1% (81 offences).

 

Violence with injury is up by 17.8% (98 offences).  Work is ongoing around DV priority arrest risk assessments.  There are a number of DV perpetrators/repeat offenders on District, however HQ have determined that a perpetrator programme cannot be progressed until this has been fully reviewed.

 

Hate crime is up by 29.7% (11 offences). 

 

Shoplifting is showing a 7.9% increase, however the VCT are making a massive difference due to a robust offender management approach with retail offenders.

 

5.2        Forthcoming Events/Operations

 

            The Barnsley-v-Doncaster match scheduled for 6 September has been postponed due to International duties.

 

 

6.         PROTECTION FROM SERIOUS HARM

 

6.1        Closed.

 

 

7.         DISTRICT MANAGEMENT/VALUE FOR MONEY

 

7.1        Update from Key Force Meetings

 

YVC Satisfaction Data.  There has been a decline in terms of vehicle crime.  A/PS Frain has been tasked with analysing whether this is due to the new appointment structure or other processes.  A/PS Frain will also review the use of contact cards and track my crime.    

 

Atlas Court.  A meeting will shortly be held with Atlas Court in respect of the contact resolution challenges and the ECL criming/process allocation which is still proving problematic. 

 

7.2        OMA Financial Commentary

 

To be discussed within the Business Plan meeting.

 

7.3        Closed.

 

7.4        Business Plan

 

Business Plan Projects.  Projects include Continuous Improvement, Mobile Information Project, Health and Wellbeing, CCTV Review, CSE, Accommodation Strategy and the potential co-location of BMBC. 

 

7.5       Human Resource Issues

 

Closed.

 

Personnel & Welfare Issues.  Discussed.

 

Awards.  Chief Supt. Brooke and Supt. Watson will shortly review all District award applications. 

 

7.6       Performance Visit Action Schedule

 

Deferred to the next meeting.

 

7.7        Audit Reports

 

            No items.

 

7.8       Potential Centralisation of Property Function

 

Sheffield, Barnsley and Doncaster Business Managers have met with the project lead to raise the three Districts concerns which need to be taken cognizance of during the preparation of the next paper regarding centralisation for SCT.  Chief Supt. Brooke to also raise these concerns at the next District Commanders meeting.

 

7.9        Closed.

 

 

8.         ANY OTHER BUSINESS

 

8.1       CSE.  It is important that CSE is recognised at an early stage and responded to appropriately.  As such this subject will be included in the scheduled Superintendent’s briefings.  Historic cases will also be reviewed within District.

 

8.2       NCALT Victim’s Code.  All staff who deal with victims of crime are required to complete the course.    

 

8.3       Closed.

 

8.4       Closed.

 

8.5       Domestic Priority Arrests.  A revised approach to domestic priority arrests has been progressed, which will be managed daily through DMM and iBrief.  The risk assessment process and evidential chain has been strengthened.

MINUTES OF BARNSLEY DISTRICT COMMAND TEAM MEETING

 

HELD AT 10.00 AM, TUESDAY 2 SEPTEMBER 2014

 

 

 

In Attendance:              Chief Superintendent Andy Brooke (Chair)

CI Andy Hodgkinson, Response

CI Debbie Mahmood, Safer Neighbourhoods

Mary Verity, Business Manager

Amanda Sanderson, HR Operational Partner

                                    D/Supt. James Abdy - Observer

CI Ian Roberts – Diamond Team                        

Inspector Simon Mottram – Diamond Team

 

Apologies:                   Superintendent Liz Watson, Operations

A/PS Kieran Frain, Staff Officer

DCI Craig Jackson, Crime Manager

 

Copy to:                       Rachel Lilley, Barnsley District Liaison Officer

Lisa Ingham, Finance Officer

 

 

 

1.         APOLOGIES

 

  1. As above.

 

 

2.         MINUTES OF THE LAST MEETING & MATTERS ARISING

 

2.1       The minutes of the last meeting dated 8 July 2014 were agreed as an accurate record.

 

 

3.         ACTIONS FROM LAST MEETING

 

3.1        Closed.

 

3.2        Resources & Structure. Secretaries to arrange a meeting for the Command Team to discuss resources and structures including future plans and vulnerabilities.  Arranged for 9th September 2014.  Discharged.

 

            The potential to re-locate teams during the period of the new Custody Build to be discussed in the above meeting.  A general discussion took place within the Command Team meeting.  Discharged.

 

3.3        All Other TheftDCI Jackson to confirm what offences fall within the All Other Theft category.  Confirmed by the Crime Bureau as: bicycle theft, burglary, shoplifting, theft from the person and vehicle offences.  Miscellaneous theft includes street and garden furniture, garden ornaments and drive offs.  Barnsley has the lowest number of drive offs but are higher than average in respect of burglary other from sheds.  Discharged.

 

 

4.         Closed.

 

 

5.         LOCAL CRIME & PCC POLICING PLAN

 

5.1        Summary of Year to Date Performance re. PCC Targets

 

All crime is currently up by 3% (188 offences). 

 

ASB is up by 7%, predominantly around youth nuisance problems.

 

Burglary dwelling is up by 10% (41 offences).   

 

Vehicle crime has reduced by 16.8% (127 less offences).

 

Criminal damage has increased by 8.1% (81 offences).

 

Violence with injury is up by 17.8% (98 offences).  Work is ongoing around DV priority arrest risk assessments.  There are a number of DV perpetrators/repeat offenders on District, however HQ have determined that a perpetrator programme cannot be progressed until this has been fully reviewed.

 

Hate crime is up by 29.7% (11 offences). 

 

Shoplifting is showing a 7.9% increase, however the VCT are making a massive difference due to a robust offender management approach with retail offenders.

 

5.2        Forthcoming Events/Operations

 

            The Barnsley-v-Doncaster match scheduled for 6 September has been postponed due to International duties.

 

 

6.         PROTECTION FROM SERIOUS HARM

 

6.1        Closed.

 

 

7.         DISTRICT MANAGEMENT/VALUE FOR MONEY

 

7.1        Update from Key Force Meetings

 

YVC Satisfaction Data.  There has been a decline in terms of vehicle crime.  A/PS Frain has been tasked with analysing whether this is due to the new appointment structure or other processes.  A/PS Frain will also review the use of contact cards and track my crime.    

 

Atlas Court.  A meeting will shortly be held with Atlas Court in respect of the contact resolution challenges and the ECL criming/process allocation which is still proving problematic. 

 

7.2        OMA Financial Commentary

 

To be discussed within the Business Plan meeting.

 

7.3        Closed.

 

7.4        Business Plan

 

Business Plan Projects.  Projects include Continuous Improvement, Mobile Information Project, Health and Wellbeing, CCTV Review, CSE, Accommodation Strategy and the potential co-location of BMBC. 

 

7.5       Human Resource Issues

 

Closed.

 

Personnel & Welfare Issues.  Discussed.

 

Awards.  Chief Supt. Brooke and Supt. Watson will shortly review all District award applications. 

 

7.6       Performance Visit Action Schedule

 

Deferred to the next meeting.

 

7.7        Audit Reports

 

            No items.

 

7.8       Potential Centralisation of Property Function

 

Sheffield, Barnsley and Doncaster Business Managers have met with the project lead to raise the three Districts concerns which need to be taken cognizance of during the preparation of the next paper regarding centralisation for SCT.  Chief Supt. Brooke to also raise these concerns at the next District Commanders meeting.

 

7.9        Closed.

 

 

8.         ANY OTHER BUSINESS

 

8.1       CSE.  It is important that CSE is recognised at an early stage and responded to appropriately.  As such this subject will be included in the scheduled Superintendent’s briefings.  Historic cases will also be reviewed within District.

 

8.2       NCALT Victim’s Code.  All staff who deal with victims of crime are required to complete the course.    

 

8.3       Closed.

 

8.4       Closed.

 

8.5       Domestic Priority Arrests.  A revised approach to domestic priority arrests has been progressed, which will be managed daily through DMM and iBrief.  The risk assessment process and evidential chain has been strengthened.

Date: 

Tuesday, 2 September, 2014 - 10:00