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									Community Plan for the Borough of
          2009 - 2013

        Community Safety

                              Peter Baldry
                 Community Safety Manager
Community Plan for the Borough of
         2009 to 2013
      Community Plan for the Borough of
               2009 to 2013

   Borough relatively safe, low-crime area

   Fear of crime tends to be higher than might be expected

   Residents’ concerns focus on anti-social behaviour – not necessarily
    criminal - particularly involving the misuse of alcohol

   A few forms of crime present greater challenges for the borough

   Criminal damage (secondary arson, vandalism and graffiti) - about a
    ¼ of recorded crime

   Vehicle crime exceeds 1/8 of recorded crime - theft from more than
    theft of

   Violent offences occur at slightly higher rate for borough than for
    rural neighbours.
     Community Plan for the Borough of
              2009 to 2013


   In 20 years time Eastleigh Borough is a happy and
    healthy community …

   Crime and anti-social behaviour are low

   Fear of crime is low

   Vulnerable people feel safe and are protected from
    harm or abuse
  Community Plan for the Borough of
           2009 to 2013

Crime and disorder, anti-social behaviour, drug and
alcohol misuse and anti-social behaviour impacting
adversely on the environment

Delivery of actions in the Community Plan, and
management of performance, responsibility of the
Eastleigh Community Safety Partnership
Eastleigh Community Safety Partnership

                    The Partnership

   Eastleigh Borough Council (S)
   Hampshire Constabulary (S)
   Hampshire County Council (S)
   Hampshire Police Authority (S)
   Hampshire Fire Authority (S)
   Hampshire Primary Health Care Trust (S)
   Hampshire Probation Service (S)
   Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service
   Wessex Youth Offending Team
   One Community - Eastleigh
Eastleigh Community Safety Partnership

                  Steering Group

             Strategic Responsibility

 Chair: EBC Councillor Cathie Fraser – Cabinet Member
 and portfolio lead for Health and Community Safety

 Vice Chair: Chief Inspector Diana Boyles – District
 Commander, Eastleigh Police
Eastleigh Community Safety Partnership
             Officer Team

                Co-located Team – Civic Offices
   Community Safety Manager – EBC
   Community Safety Officer – EBC
   Anti-social Behaviour Officer – EBC
   Administration Officer – EBC
   Safer Neighbourhood Sergeant x 2 - Police
   Partnership Analyst – Police
   Crime Prevention Officer – Police
   Anti-social Behaviour Officer – Police
   Prolific and Priority Offender Officer – Police
   Accredited Community Safety Officers x 3 – HCC
   Youth Intervention Support Panel Workers x 2 - YOT
       Eastleigh Community Safety Plan
                 2008 to 2011

                          Key Priorities
   Anti-social behaviour
   Violent crime – particularly related to misuse of alcohol
   Criminal damage
   Vehicle crime – focussing on theft from vehicles
   Public reassurance

                      Overarching Themes
   Alcohol and drugs
   Prolific and Priority Offenders
               Safer Neighbourhoods

   Safer Neighbourhood Police Teams
       Sergeant; Police Constables; Police Community
        Support Officers (some part-funded)
       Provide local service directly to their communities
        (Parish Councils)
       Highly visible
   Coterminous boundaries with Local Areas
       Very close working relationships with Community
        Safety Partnership Team and Local Area
                   Tactical Groups

              Joint Action Group – JAG

   Geographical focus – ‘hotspots’
   Borough-wide
   Key priorities / Overarching Themes
   Multi-agency
   Officer led
   Supportive role
   Small budget
                  Tactical Groups

              Local Action Group – LAG

   Geographical focus – ‘hotspots’
   Local Area / Safer Neighbourhood
   Community involvement
   Multi-agency
   Local issues – JAG support
   Local resolutions
                   Tactical Groups

    Anti-social Behaviour (ASB) Working Group

   Borough-wide
   Individual / family personal focus
   Wide multi-agency involvement
   Multi-agency actions
   Officer led
   Referral process
                    Tactical Groups

        Anti-social Behaviour Working Group

    Individual solutions
        Early interventions
        Acceptable Behaviour Contracts (ABCs)
        Court injunctions
        Registered Social Landlord solutions
        Anti-social Behaviour Orders (ASBOs)
              Post conviction
All intended to persuade the individual to change their behaviour
                      Tactical Groups

    Prolific and Priority Offender (PPO) Working

   Community Safety Partnership responsibility
   Selected / targeted individuals
   Multi-agency
   Officer led
   Three strand approach
       Prevent and deter
       Catch and convict
       Rehabilitate and resettle
    Hampshire Local Area Agreement (LAA)
    and Hampshire County Strategy Group
           for Community Safety

                    A brief over-view

   Hampshire LAA

   Hampshire Community Safety Agreement
Eastleigh Community Safety Partnership

  Crime in Eastleigh Borough – some facts

              (see hand-out)
Eastleigh Community Safety Partnership

 Anti-social behaviour in Eastleigh Borough –
                   some facts

               (see hand-out)
Eastleigh Community Safety Partnership

      Our performance – some facts

             (see hand-out)
Eastleigh Community Safety Partnership

Public confidence in the borough of Eastleigh –
                   some facts

                (see hand-out)
Eastleigh Community Safety Partnership

   Do you feel safe or unsafe in your neighbourhood?
   Would you go out on your own in your neighbourhood
    after dark?
   What would stop you?
   Are people right to have a fear of crime?
   Do you feel anymore reassured after this presentation?
   What more could the partnership do to reassure people
    and make them feel safer in their neighbourhood?
   Any other issues?

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