Objective Action Sub-Action Lead Officer Outcome Timescale / Community Plan / Partners Resource Evaluation Sept Updates Date Corporate Plan Implications Measure/ Young People and Intergeneration Performance Childrens Act 2004 1 Stay Safe Intergenerational work - Working with the whole community YPSO & An increase in the level of Ongoing Community Life, Health and NWRCC, NWCVS, Within existing Extent to which Meeting with coleshill understanding / to increase understanding and CDO(YPI) community cohesion and Wellbeing, Education and Lifelong Millenium volunteers, budget plus community Town Council- tolerance tolerance. Trying to engage Parish tolerance. A reduction in the Learning, Safer Communities and Police, WCC- Youth and acquring extra expresses discussing the possibility Councils to have a young persons number of reported Young People, Social Inclusion, community Services, funding for concerns of safety of setting up a youth section at their Parish meetings, antisocial/ nuisance Sustainability and partnerships, Parish Councils, volunteer individual projects (and nature of council ensuring they address young behaviour incidents. Staff Care and Development, centre and various VCS as and when concerns) people issues and develop Quality Service Provision, Crime organisations required communication channels. Work and Disorder, Strategic Resource with older people groups to raise Man understanding. 2 Child Protection Signposting organisations (to CDO(YP&I) To increase the awareness Ongoing W Safer Communtities and Young People CC (Warwickshire Within existing Number of ongoing Safeguarding Children- Vic Tuck) and implementation of Safeguarding Children budget voluntary on where to get advice and policies and to ensure the Board), NWCVS. organisations assistance with Child Protection safety of young people and assisted / Policies and obtaining CRB checks vulnerable adults signposted (particularly those organisations applying for financial assistance from the Borough Council who do not have a Policy in place). 3 Diversionary activies Targetted project work (e.g. CDO (YP&I), To increase leisure provision From April 06 Safer Communtities,Young People, Police,WCC- Youth and Within existing Number of Young ongoing work with YPSO provided to prevent Activities4U and Call4Sport) CDO (SC), and community involvement Health and Wellbeing, Social Community service, budget and people participating nuisance reputably YPSO, CDO for the young people in Inclusion and Crime and Disorder Millenium Volunteers, acquring extra in diversionary caused by boredom (SI&S) and North Warwickshire and PAYP funding if and activities CDO (SI&A) reduce reported when required antisocial/nusiance behaviour incidents 4 Making a positive To co-ordinate 'Young To assist with the co-ordination of CDO(YP&I) To ensure the continued ongoing Sustainability, Strategic Resource WCC, NWRCC, NWCVS, Officer Time, Agenda's, Minutes Ongoing actions- for contribution People' partnership the North Warwickshire Children's success of the Young Management, Crime and Disorder, Millenium volunteers, within existing and meetings example events for Local work. Co-ordinating Group, and its People's Group and its sub Enviroment, Community Life, Parish Councils and budgets organised and Democracy Week and associated sub-groups as directed groups. Health and Well-being and Safer various VCS organisations attended Play Strategy by the Partnership and Communnities Development Manager. To assist with production and the CDO(YP&I) Coordinated production and ongoing Corporate Plan - Sustainability, All COG members Officer Time, Action Plan Ongoing co-ordinated delivery of the delivery of the Action Plan Strategic Resource Management, within existing produced and Children's Co-ordinating Group Crime and Disorder budgets actioned. Action Plan to ensure aims are achieved. Community Plan - Enviroment, Level of Community Life, Health and Well- involvement from being, Safer Communnities other agencies To update the NW CP Website as CDO(YP&I) Information more accessible Ongoing Corporate Plan - Sustainability, All organisations/ Within existing Up to date Young Update and add Play necessary and ensure it is and up-to-date for agencies Strategic Resource Management, community members with budget People section of strategy info. appropriately linked. and the community. Crime and Disorder an interest in the the NW CP website Community Plan Community Plan - Enviroment, Community Life, Health and Well- being, Safer Communnities 5 Improve relevance, co- In conjunction with other providers CDO(YP&I) A co-ordinated approach to From FebruaryCorporate Plan - Sustainability, 06 Schools,WCC- Youth and Officer time, Number of Meeting organised with ordination and and key partners, identify gaps and a Borough-wide playscheme Strategic Resource Management, Community Service, Early existing budget agencies involved playscheme partners to awareness of holiday overlaps in current playscheme programme Crime and Disorder Years, Sure Start, CVS, and extra funding- in the planning and evaluate summer playscheme provision provision Fire Service Possibly PYAP implementation schemes and to organise in the Borough Community Plan - Enviroment, and ACEC future provision Community Life, Health and Well- being, Safer Communnities ceb16a Objective Action Sub-Action Lead Officer Outcome Timescale / Community Plan / Partners Resource Evaluation Sept Updates Date Corporate Plan Implications Measure/ Young People and Intergeneration Performance 6 To encourage young Developing the playschemes to CDO(YP&I) Increased involvement and February Corporate Plan - Sustainability, Dreamscheme, PAYP, Officer time, Extent to which meeting to be organised people to participate in include awards for participating in respect of young people and and March Strategic Resource Management, Millennium Volunteers, existing budget young people get with NWBC staff for community activities community development activities their local community. 2006 for Crime and Disorder NWCVS, WRCC, various and extra funding- involved and make ideas to develop to encourage affirmation of funding VCS organisations Possibly PYAP a positive playschemes- using all indiviuals and promote community deadlines Community Plan - Enviroment, and ACEC contribution to their internal expertise and a participation and pride (possible Community Life, Health and Well- local community more co-ordinated introduction of the 'Dreamscheme' being, Safer Communnities approach to working with initiative). partners-for example the youth service. Work with a variety of partners to CDO(YP&I) A co-ordinated approach to Ongoing Corporate Plan - Sustainability, Schools, Youth and Officer time, Production of a looking at ways to produce and distribute a 'one stop a Borough-wide playscheme Strategic Resource Management, Community Service, Early existing budget 'One stop guide' to improve the brochure- shop' guide to playscheme programme Crime and Disorder Years, Sure Start, CVS and extra funding- Playschemes in possible meetings with opportunities Possibly PYAP North Warwickshire other Local authorities eg Community Plan - Enviroment, and ACEC Litchfield for ideas Community Life, Health and Well- being, Safer Communnities 7 Participation To assess the work / costs involved CDO(YP&I) Increased involvement of Autumn Corporate Plan - Sustainability, Parish Councils, VCS Report to AD(CD) Ongoing- looking at with embedding the Hear by Rights Children and Young People Strategic Resource Management, Organisations and PDM on the possible training for Standard in the Borough Council- in the design, delivery and Crime and Disorder implementation of partners- the benefits initially just for the P&D section evaluation of services. 'Hear by Rights' and methods of involving Community Plan - Enviroment, young people in the local Community Life, Health and Well- decision making process being, Safer Communnities Local democracy week- November- CDO(YP&I) Completion and Event organised on Oct consultation- partnership day/ evaluation of a 17th- in partnership with questionnaire- Speak to Jo Casey 'Local Democracy WCC (Youth and Week' event community Services), NWBC Democratic Services and MV 8 Be Healthy With target Promoting 'Walking for Health' CDO (E) Improving the Health and Ongoing- Community Life, Health and PCT, various VCS Within existing Walks undertaken Pilot Healthy Living Getting people communities, to activities at tumble-time sessions, CDO (HC) Well Being of young people Wellbeing Wellbeing, Education and Lifelong organisations and agencies budgets and and participation project to start in Oct more active more organise two 'Walking playschemes and community CDO (YP&I) in North Warwickshire Fund Learning, Safer Communities and possible bid to the levels. (with CDO HI) often - for Health' activities. venues through walking initiatives. deadline Young People, Social Inclusion, Wellbeing fund March 2006 Sustainability and partnerships, To reduce obesity Helping to develop Staff Care and Development, levels and vountary walking Quality Service Provision, Crime associated health groups, particularly and Disorder, Strategic Resource problems. targetting younger Man (tackling obesity) and older people (cardio- vascular and other health related problems). 9 To assist with the co- Linking in with the intergenerational HIC, CDO Improving Health and Well Ongoing Community Life, Health and YOT, Police, Parish Within existing Level of community Litter picks were ordination of priorities-creating mutual respect (E) & CDO Being of residents of North Wellbeing, Education and Lifelong Councils budgets involvement and arranged in Kingsbury community involvement and understanding between (YP&I) Warwickshire, increased Learning, Safer Communities and level of health and with young people and with the use of vacant generations and the local community involvement and Young People, Social Inclusion, wellbeing. promoted as positive allotments derelict land environment improved green spaces Sustainability and partnerships, community involvement and green spaces Staff Care and Development, Number of green in local media, similar Quality Service Provision, Crime spaces/ allotments project to take place in and Disorder, Strategic Resource improved Coleshill Man 10 To work in partnership Organise or support Tumble Time CDO(YP&I) Involvement of U5s (and Ongoing Community Life, Health and Various local agencies and Within existing Level of As above- Healthy with local initiatives to sessions in outreach locations. and HIC their parents/guardians) in Wellbeing, Education and Lifelong organisations budget involvement of Lifestyles pilot project maintain or reduce Pilot healthy lifestyle programme focused, healthy physical Learning and Young People Social parent and U 5's in current obesity levels for one tumble time session - activity sessions (as a first Inclusion, Sustainability and helathy living of under 11's, encouraging healty eating and step on the Sports partnerships, Staff Care and activities. encourage physical exercise Development continuum) Development, Quality Service activity and healthy Provision, Crime and Disorder, lifestyles Strategic Resource Management ceb16a Objective Action Sub-Action Lead Officer Outcome Timescale / Community Plan / Partners Resource Evaluation Sept Updates Date Corporate Plan Implications Measure/ Young People and Intergeneration Performance 11 Enjoy And The Development of a Set up a Play Strategy sub-group CDO(YP&I) Involvement of local people Mar-07 Community Plan: Environment, Early Years, Sure Start, Officer time and Meetings organised ongoing- draft strategy to Achieve multi-agency Play of the COG and the and agencies in a co- Helath and Wellbeing, Safer PAYP, NWCVS within existing and Stategy be agreed by the COG Strategy for North Landscape ordinated approach to a communities, young people budget- possible developed by and Partnership in Warwickshire Manager Borough-wide Play Strategy extra funding from March 2007 Nov/Dec (Althea PAYP and ACEC Wilson) 12 To provide advice, To use the playscheme CDO (YP &I) Increased knowledge on Ongoing Community Life, Health and Dreamscheme, PAYP, Within existing Level of community Ongoing information and programmes as a method of local issues and information Wellbeing, Education and Lifelong WCC,Millennium budgets involvement and knowledge in a variety delivering informal education, for Learning, Safer Communities and Volunteers, NWCVS, learning of ways, including example anti-bullying, feeling safe Young People, Social Inclusion, WRCC, various VCS through their peers, to and promote active citizenship Sustainability and partnerships, organisations children, young people Staff Care and Development, and their familes Quality Service Provision, Crime and Disorder, Strategic Resource Man Use Tumble Time as a vehicle to CDO(YP&I) / Increased knowledge on Ongoing Community Life, Health and Various local agencies and Within existing Level of community Ongoing educate and communicate with CDO's local issues and information Wellbeing, Education and Lifelong organisations budgets involvement and parents and children about issues Learning, Safer Communities and learning. of relvance to achieving Young People, Social Inclusion, Community Plan objectives for Sustainability and partnerships, Extent to which example Child Safety Week Staff Care and Development, community express Quality Service Provision, Crime concerns of safety and Disorder, Strategic Resource Man To deliver and /or support sessions CDO(YP&I) Self-sustaining activity From Feb 06 Community Life, Health and PCT, WCC, CVS, PAYP Within existing Number of self- Ongoing identified through the Mancetter sessions within the Sure Wellbeing, Education and Lifelong and various local agencies budgets sustaining activity Sure Start programme-meeting TBA Start programme Learning, Safer Communities and and organisations sessions run within Young People, Social Inclusion, the Sure Start Sustainability and partnerships, programme Staff Care and Development, Quality Service Provision, Crime and Disorder, Strategic Resource Man 13 Play area development Consultation with young people on CDO (YPI) & Increased involvement and Ongoing Community Plan- Environment, Safer Communities, Health Officer time and Level of ownership Ongoing- Consultation of - provision for yp play area provision - to assist with YPSO & ownership of young people health and wellbeing, safer and Well-being, Social budget and and respect shown Hartshill Children and the delivery of the Council CDO (SC) and their local play facilities communities and young people. Inclusion, Community Life, additional funding by young people Young people taking corporate commitment to play area Young people, will be sought as and installation of place at present, developments (12 sites in three Environment, Transport, and when required play equipment. Atherstone consultation years) Housing, Education and next. Lifelong Learning 14 Achieving Working in Partnership Raise awareness of links with the CDO (YPI) Increased knowledge of the Ongoing Health and Wellbeing, Education Community Learning Within existing Awareness raised Ongoing Economic with a variety of Economy and Education and opportunities/services and Lifelong Learning, Crime and Partnership, Sure Start, budgets and possible joint Wellbeing partners - education, Lifelong Learning Theme Groups. available to young people. Disorder Connexions, Adult projects developed housing, employers, Where appropriate signpost/refer (for example work Education and various etc., which aim to give young people to a more experiences, volunteering, training providers, MV children a better start appropriate and knowledgable mock interviews etc) in life individual/organisation General work 15 Funding advice and acquisition To seek external funding to assist CDO(YP&I) Increase the amount of ongoing Various Various Officer Time, Level of community- Ongoing with the delivery of Action Plan external and internal funding within existing led activities taking objectives. to groups and organisations budgets place. in North Warwickshire. Assist organisations with CDO(YP&I) ongoing Various Various Officer Time, Ongoing applications for external funding within existing within area of expertise. budgets Assist all organisations applying for CDO(YP&I) ongoing Various Various Officer Time, Ongoing NWBC funding within area of within existing expertise. budgets ceb16a Objective Action Sub-Action Lead Officer Outcome Timescale / Community Plan / Partners Resource Evaluation Sept Updates Date Corporate Plan Implications Measure/ Young People and Intergeneration Performance 16 Develop positive Attend, participate and Actions as appropriate CDO (SC) Participate in active multi- ongoing Health and Wellbeing, Education Various organisations Officer Time, The number of Ongoing long-term move actions forward CDO (YP &I) agency networks to resolve and Lifelong Learning, Crime and involved with CHARM. within existing relevant young interventions for from relavent meetings Young peoples safety issues Disorder budgets people assisted. young people in i.e. CHARM. particular need of help 17 To increase To promote Use playschemes as a method of CDO (E) & Increased awareness and Ongoing Community Life, Health and Dreamscheme, PAYP, Within existing level of community Ongoing young people's environmental encouraging community CDO (YP&I) respect for the local Wellbeing, Education and Lifelong Millennium Volunteers, budgets acquiring involvement awareness and community-led activities involvement in environmental environment. Learning, Safer Communities and NWCVS, WRCC, various additonal funds respect of their projects Young People, Social Inclusion, VCS organisations where needed. local environment Sustainability and partnerships, Staff Care and Development, Quality Service Provision, Crime and Disorder, Strategic Resource Man 18 Increase the Promote use of Encourage all agencies to place YPSO & Identification of the current Ongoing Community Life, Health and Various local agencies and Within existing Up to date Updated with all communities www.up2datecovandwa their service provision, in relation to CDO(YP&I) provision for young people Wellbeing, Education and Lifelong VCS organisations budgets information on Community Development confidence with rks.gov.uk young people's services, on the in North Warwickshire Learning, Safer Communities and website services. regard to young up2date web site. Use the up2date Young People, Social Inclusion, people's issues web site as an information source Sustainability and partnerships, to signpost young people, whom Staff Care and Development, are meet throughout the course of Quality Service Provision, Crime work, to local activities. (Advertise and Disorder, Strategic Resource playschemes and tumble time on Man here) ceb16a ceb16a ceb16a ceb16a ceb16a ceb16a ceb16a ceb16a ceb16a Objective Action Lead Outcome Timescale/Date Community/ Partners Resource Evaluation Measure/ Officer Corporate Plan Themes Implications Performance Indicator Progress Update Community Development Officer (Social Inclusion and Art) 2006-07 1 Engage and inform the local Increase arts coverage in the Atherstone CDO- Increased circulation, Ongoing Community Life & Education Community arts Officer time. Keep track of number of Have produced Arden Arts issues 15 H community on arts events, Herald by encouraging initiative Promoting A&SI information exchange, foster and Lifelong Learning groups, local artists Funded from articles, events and a 16 with the themes Arts and the opportunities and networks arts activities such as Artist of the Month a sense of artistic community Social Inclusion, Quality and key partner within existing advertised. To increased Environment and Arts and Health. Next v section. Continue publishing Arden Arts in the area, gives voice to Service Provision agencies budget dialogue between local theme Arts and Education. e quarterly with regular articles, exhibition info, artists artists, venues funding opportunities etc., seek possible p advertisers( pending coucil policy). r o d 1a Audience development Create & maintain arts microsite on the NW CDO- Increased sharing good 2006 Community Life, Education Community arts Officer time. Feedback and Eight pages have been launched. They programme Borough Council website which will include A&SI practice and information and Lifelong Learning and groups, local artists Funded from satisfaction rating within need some images to be added. Myself the development & maintenance of an Arden exchange and regional Young People and key partner within existing readership survey. More and Zoe are the designated Web Arts website, and in consultation with recognition of arts activity in Social Inclusion, Quality agencies budget. Website articles written by outside Champions who will see to reminding CD comments received through the Comments North Warwickshire, providing Service Provision will be hosted by organisations. Number of staff to update their information on a Page on the site. a sense of progression of arts NWBC 'hits' on site monthly basis, second Monday of each culture. month. 1b Introduce activities, projects and initiatives to CDO- Increased audience for arts Ongoing and July 1- Community Life WCC, Live and Officer time. Increased levels of Arts week was successful in terms of develop target audience's experience of the A&SI programmes by initially 16th 2006 Social Inclusion, Quality Local and local arts Within existing audience attendances participation levels will 11 entries which arts. Encourage artist and venue targeting audiences of Service Provision, Crime & groups budgets is the highest number of participants for participation in ArtsWeek 2006. Maintain children, youth and older Disorder, Community Planning, NW. The project will no longer be run by events board in a public venue, I.e Library, people Sustainability & Partnership County Arts however and will probably leisure centre or local book shops, market become an artist run project in the future. square events board 1c Co-ordinate timing of Promote the anti-clash diary CDO- Improved efficiency and better Ongoing Community Life Local arts and Within existing Number of enquiries to Am in touch with the Volunteer Centre voluntary sector events Enable the diary to be available through the A&SI programming and marketing Social Inclusion, Quality heritage groups budgets the diary, and if possible and CVS and have asked for volunteers Arden Arts website of local activity Service Provision, Community number of 'hits' on the for the Big Draw Day on October 14th Encourage links and use of the County Planning diary page on the Arden Council community events website Arts website 2 Form a local group to Promote and develop the North Warwickshire CDO- Increased attendances, Ongoing Community Life & Education Professional and Officer time. Group evaluation and The mailing list created from the represent the arts Arts Forum, est.in 2002 A&SI sharing good practice and and Lifelong Learning semi-professional Funded from satisfaction rating Artsweek event will be used to start an Rename it, 'Artist Network' Introduce a rolling information exchange Social Inclusion, Quality artists and key within existing emerging artist network in NW. One programme of 'guest speakers', informal Service Provision, agencies budget bimonthly evening meeting will be held presentations and dialogues for the Sustainability & Partnership with aims to developing community artist encouragement of community work, local development culture and information sharing. 3 Support to Artists in Assist individual professional artists in CDO- Provide encouraging and Ongoing Education and Lifelong Amateur and semi- Review in % of professional artists Have had occasional meetings with local reference to community plan applying for funds from ACE,WM and other A&SI supportive environment of Learning professional artists, conjunction with who become consistent artist to discuss their ideas etc.. The objectives suitable funding sources and encourage artists new ideas. To assist in community based ACE-WM and participants and begin to setting up of the artist network is the community particpartory arts projects with increasing activity/displays by artists. WCC chair or suggest other next step. local and regional artists, musicians etc.. local artists fpr further speakers or ideas to the development of community group pride and visibility of arts culture. 4 Formalise support and define Introduce Service Level Agreements with key CDO- Greater sustainability for key 12/2006 Community Life ACE-WM, WCC Subject to NWBC Number of groups with Currently signed on to the partnership relationship with key clients partners (e.g. Live and Local, Motionahouse) A&SI partners and groups Quality Service Provision, and local interest review of SLAs agreement with Motionhouse and Live I.e. Sub regional Partnership Clarify and control risks associated with Sustainability & Partnership groups schemes of and Local. Officers meet with County partnerships financial Arts frequently. assistance 5 Community Arts Development Update current database in reference to new CDO- Increased performance and Ongoing Community Life, Health and Key Partners (e.g. Within existing Increase in levels of North Arden Trail project work will data protection policy. Identify gaps in A&SI audience development activity Wellbeing, Education and Motionhouse & Live budgets participation in develop art and environmental opportunities. Continue to develop artforms with key agencies such as the Lifelong Learning and Young and Local) and local development activity awareness. The 'big draw' in Atherstone which are inherently community based: Library Service, Live & Local, People arts organisations is meant a social inclusion day long Encourage a : 1) landscape painting group Motionhouse and the Sub- Social Inclusion, Crime & event encourging people to participate with an aim to developing local pride and rural regional Partnership Disorder, Quality Service and learn a bit about Atherstone history. arts appreciation, 2) Storytellers group with Provision, Sustainability & an aim of intergenerational inclusion, Partnership, Strategic 3)encourage environmental art works such as Resource Management turf sculptures, living willow sculpture etc., with an aim to educate regarding recycling, 4)encourage local arts suppliers to increase diversity of stock available and to advertise local arts events. Objective Action Lead Outcome Timescale/Date Community/ Partners Resource Evaluation Measure/ Officer Corporate Plan Themes Implications Performance Indicator Progress Update Community Development Officer (Social Inclusion and Art) 2006-07 6 Overcome rural transport Where possible, promote the availability of CDO- Increased levels of Ongoing Transport & Community Life Rural Transport At cost Increased access and Transport to the Diversity event in barriers to arts participation transport for Arts & Inclusion activities. A&SI participation. Improved equity Crime & Disorder, Community Brokerage levels of participation October has been discussed and Car go Planning, Quality Service bus has been nominated for rural Provision, Sustainability & transport issues. The longer term Partnership, Social Inclusion picture of transport has not been addressed in any form. 7 Establish and maintain sub Contact other LA's, explore shared working CDO- Establish the sharing of best Induction Strategic Resource ACE-WM, WCC & Within existing Number of established regional links and partnerships opportunities A&SI practice and information observation days Management other Las budgets links/partnerships with regional ADOs, and the ongoing maintanence of agreed project work Next meeting with the partnership is September 28th 8 Raising awareness and Further develop public art projects through CDO- Increased community 04/2006 Community Life, Education ACE-WM, WCC, Officer time. Attendance of CDO - Will meet with Emma Larkington June understanding of Public Art environmental art around issues such as, A&SI participation in public art and Lifelong Learning and the External Funders External funding A&SI at Sub-regional 28th of the Public Art sub- group to get rural regeneration, climate change and projects Environment and local interest will be required Partnership meetings some training as to what the project alternative energy sources, hold workshops Community Planning, Quality groups Number of partnership entailed, have met with her now, she is in partnership with local businesses as Service Provision, opportunities developed set to send me some notes on how to creativity workshops etc. Sustainability & Partnership, approach planning departments etc. Strategic Resource Management 9 Use the arts to address wider Engage in project work :1. Fact, Fear and CDO- Improved visibility of the arts Ongoing All themes of the Community Many and various Officer time. The New Arley project has been social inclusion, environment Fiction, 2.Joint Mural Art project with young A&SI as a tool of social Plan Within existing Number of projects successfully wrapped up and a project , health, intergenerational, offenders Team and Safer Community Team, engagement and to increase Social Inclusion, Community budgets developed to address report has been produced outlining the community development 3. Initiating one health and Well-being project aesthetics of the local Planning, Sustainability & identified community use of a qualitative assessment method issues through use of living sclupture works as community, demonstrate how Partnership, Quality Service development issues called LogoVisual Thinking. public arts projects for joint Arden Trail art benefits the local Provision, Crime & Disorder, project, 4. Work with and support the enconomy Strategic Resource development of the Annual Diversity Management Celebratory Event.5. Support local group events eg. Polesworth Abbey Festival etc. 10 To take arts and social Introduce arts and culture into the new CDO- Re-focussed arts 03/2006 Quality Service Provision, ACE,WM, Local Officer time. Increased visibility of local Currently have a rough outline of the inclusion development community plan. A&SI development service Community Life, user groups, local Within existing arts participation numbers Social Inclusion and Art Strategy with a forward, taking into account Review document artists, WCC, budgets in workshops or projects deadline of January 31st 2007 the progress made to date, Library Service, developed. and regional priorities and national loterry fund developments 11 Arts Facility Developments To engage with the arts facility audit process CDO- Improve visibility of Arts and Ongoing Social Inclusion, Community Arts Council External Funders A high quality venue Have attended the most recent Arts and seek funding based on findings of the A&SI culture developments in North Life and Life long learning, England, Local Arts needed which meets sustainability meeting Friday Sept 22nd.Relayed that process i.e.seek funding for new build and/or and Warwickshire and provide Sustainability and Partnership groups, NWBC. targets, acts as a hub for the Atherstone building survey is for Memorial HAll refurbishment /for Working appropriate space for and Quality Service provision. NorthWarwickshire arts ongoing. Have met with the art centre alternative storefront site which can house Party education, indoor sport and and culture events and used groups regarding the possible use and develop community arts in the short term members art activities. adds to the local of the OE upper school for temporary to (eg. Long Street site £ 150pm) economy. longer term housing of the groups. Finaincial Assistance: Grant Seek alternative sources of funding through CDO- Extend the life of past and Ongoing Strategic Resource Increase in levels of Successful bidd to PAYP £4200. Need writing new avenues: Wellcome Trust and Carbon A&SI new arts and social inclusion Management funding available for to seek more funds for 2007 project work. Trust etc.. project development projects 12 Key Performance Indicators 1 Satisfaction rating of service users for individual arts development events/activities 2 Number of attendances per 1000 population in participatory arts activities 3 Qualitative Reports on each session of programme containing: Date, staff present, participants present, daily activity, problems, possible solutions. Objective Action Lead Outcome Timescale/Date Community/ Partners Resource Evaluation Measure/ Officer Corporate Plan Themes Implications Performance Indicator Progress Update Community Development Officer (Social Inclusion and Art) 2006-07 4 Quantitative Report Collating of the numbersof participants at each programme and the final outcomes of various projects, i.e. event, exhibition, Objective Action Lead Outcome Timescale/ Community/ Partners Resource Evaluation Update Officer Date Corporate Plan Themes Implications Measure/ Performance Indicator Social Inclusion and Sport (2006/07) 1 In conjunction with local partners and To establish local sports / active CDO Active involvement by local Jun-06 Community Life, Health and Well- GWSP, governing Officer time. Meetings being First meeting to be held on 13 the GWSP, to deliver a programme of lifestyles network with links to LSPs (SI&S) communities and sport being, Education and Lifelong bodies of sport, local Within existing organised and November. Will be holding an targeted and relevant social inclusion and PCTs with HIC agencies in the planning, Learning, Safer Communities and clubs, health budget attended by key additional meeting with Clubs with the and sports work. delivery and improvement Young People organisations and partners School Sports Partnership and Greater of sport in local areas Quality Service Provision, local community Warwickshire Sport. Sustainability & Partnerships, Social Inclusion To agree an action plan for the CDO Active involvement by local On-going Community Life, Health and Well- GWSP, governing Officer time. National PSA target Will come from above meeting community to get more people (SI&S) communities and sport being, Education and Lifelong bodies of sport, local Within existing % of adults / children active and to increase participation with HIC agencies in the planning, Learning, Safer Communities and clubs, health budget participating per for individuals and communities by delivery and improvement Young People organisations and week in at least 3x30 1% annually (health) of sport in local areas Quality Service Provision, local community mins of sport and Sustainability & Partnerships, recreation Social Inclusion 2 To agree an action plan for investing in Enhance school/club links, through CDO More young people joining On-going Community Life, Health and Well- GWS, local clubs Officer time. Number of young Neil started. Other Coach to start children and young people's health the introduction of Club Coaches in (SI&S) local sports clubs, being, Education and Lifelong and schools Within existing people joining local once CRB clearance back. and well-being by tackling obesity and to schools therefore, increasing Learning, Safer Communities and budget sports clubs. increasing physical activity in physical activity and health Young People conjunction with the school sports and well-being Quality Service Provision, partnership through increasing out of Sustainability & Partnerships, school hours learning and school sport Social Inclusion to meet the national PSA and obesity target. Strengthen the sports programmes CDO More schools with a On-going Community Life, Health and Well- SSP, Schools Most sessions No of children Numbers very good. of local schools, through working (SI&S) stronger commitment to being, Education and Lifelong grant aided participating and no with the School Sports Co- sport both within and Learning, Safer Communities and through of schools taking part ordinators partnership, including outside the established Young People Community supporting specific projects and curriculum, therefore, Quality Service Provision, Sports Coach programmes [e.g. evolution of Fit increasing physical activity Sustainability & Partnerships, Scheme 'n' Sporty, etc.]. opportunities Social Inclusion To provide breakfast and after CDO More children participating On-going Community Life, Health and Well- SSP, Schools Most sessions No of children Now providing 8 breakfast clubs per school sports clubs in North (SI&S) in sport and healthy being, Education and Lifelong grant aided participating and no week and 10 after school clubs. All Warwickshire Schools in lifestyles whilst at school, Learning, Safer Communities and through of schools taking part going very well. partnership with the Schools Sports therefore, increasing Young People Community Partnership physical activity and health Sustainability & Partnerships, Sports Coach and well-being Quality Service Provision Scheme 4 to implement initiatives to ensure sport ensure an integrated approach to CDO provide opportunities for Start May 2006 for 20 weeksLife, Health and Well- Community SSCO, Blythe Officer time. No of children Blythe Project on hold due to and recreation is accessible to all provision for disabled people (SI&S) disabled people, specifically being, Education and Lifelong School, Coleshill Within existing participating circumstances beyond our control. communities the Blythe School Project Learning, Safer Communities and Leisure Centre, budget Held disability family fun day on 1 Young People volunteers, GWS September - very successful Sustainability & Partnerships, Quality Service Provision 5 To continue to quantify the provision, To maintain a sports club CDO Improved understanding of On-going Community Life, Health and Well- GWSP, governing Officer time. Report to C&E board Defer until job share partner inducted. and gaps therein, of sports database, and to work with (SI&S) need and demand for being, Education and Lifelong bodies of sport, Within existing complete Will use with WCC up2date, GWS and opportunities in order to inform future partners to address gaps in existing and future service Learning, Safer Communities and sports clubs and budget CID. Links to NWBC and NWCP work priorities provision identified through working provision Young People coaches with local communities. Quality Service Provision, Sustainability & Partnerships, Democratic Review 6 To raise awareness of the In conjunction with local clubs, CDO Increased participation and End of 2006 Community Life, Health and Well- GWSP, local clubs, Officer time. No of people To be discussed at P & D meeting opportunities and benefits of sport to schools, and sports centres (SI&S) awareness in Sport and being, Education and Lifelong sports centres and Within existing participating after January. the community promote healthy lifestyles with a healthy lifestyles Learning, Safer Communities and schools budget promotional event Young People Social Inclusion, Sustainability & Partnerships, Staff Care & Development, Quality Service Provision Objective Action Lead Outcome Timescale/ Community/ Partners Resource Evaluation Update Officer Date Corporate Plan Themes Implications Measure/ Performance Indicator Social Inclusion and Sport (2006/07) Website - keep up to date and CDO Website accurately On-going Various Various Officer Time, Deferred until job share partner ensure accurate links with other (SI&S) reflecting current activity within existing inducted. sporting and /or community budgets organisations 7 Through active engagement with local Continue partnerships with NGBs, CDO The development of sports On-going Community Life, Health and Well- NGBs, SDOs, clubs Officer time. Number of sports Through Health and well being sub interest groups and key partners, to other SDOs, sports specific (SI&S) programmes specifically being, Education and Lifelong and local voluntary Within existing development group and Community Sports Network. strengthen the contribution of sports working groups and key voluntary targeted at achieving Learning, Safer Communities and and community budget programmes activity to the attainment of the and community sector agencies to community development Young People sector organisations organised to achieve objectives of the Community Plan share good practice on the use of objectives Sustainability & Partnerships, wider Community sport to achieve wider community Social Inclusion, Crime & Disorder Plan objectives development objectives (Social Inclusion, Healthy Living, services for Young People etc.) 8 To use sport to address the wider To develop and enhance the CDO Reducing number of anti- Summer 2006, Various PAYP, CDO(SC) Officer time, Evaluation report to Initial information sent to PAYP. Steph community safety, social inclusion, and Call4Sport scheme (SI&S) social and nuisance and evaluation. and YPSO scheme with PAYP to write report. intergenerational issues incidences external funding from PAYP To assist Greater Warwickshire CDO Brokering of new links and By March 2007 Various GWS, other Las Officer time. Assistance with Assist with GWS when they need it. Sport with a showcase seminar on (SI&S) increased understanding by Within existing seminar as how sport can help reduce crime agencies of potential of budgets necessary and Anti Social Behaviour, etc sport 9 Financial assistance, advice and To seek external funding to assist CDO Increase the amount of On-going Various Various Officer Time, Increase in levels of Funding received for Disability Family acquisition with the delivery of Action Plan (SI&S) external and internal within existing funding available for Fun day, Call 4 Sport and Community objectives. funding to groups and budgets projects Sports Coaches. organisations in North Assist organisations with CDO On-going Various Various Officer Time, Amount of funding Warwickshire. applications for external funding (SI&S) within existing brought into North within area of expertise. budgets Warwickshire with assistance from the CDO (SI&S) Done Assist all organisations applying for CDO On-going Various Various Officer Time, Amount of funding NWBC funding within area of (SI&S) within existing awarded to groups expertise. budgets assisted by the CDO (SI&S) Objective Action Lead Officer Outcome Timescale / Community/ Resource Evaluation Measure/ Review - October 2006 Date Corporate Plan Implications Performance Themes Indicator Health Improvement Co-ordinator PART 1 - COMMUNITY PLAN PRIORITIES 1 Information about the health & To keep health map up to date and to develop map as HIC, LSP Information map ongoing Health & Well- HIC's time and Ongoing updates of All partners now have copy and have been asked to well-being issues in local required being, Community budget map update relevant sections communities will continue to be Life, Education matched against national and and Lifelong local statistical data learning, Safer Communities, Young people 2 Increase particiaption in health To draw up a list of Health Promotion Campaigns which HIC, Community List and campaigns ongoing As above HIC and completion of list & Complimentary Therapies went well. Staff willl now be able promotion and screening relate to the Health Improvement targets for North Development delivered Community evaluation of events to have treatements twice monthly activities Warwickshire Borough and co-ordinate delivery on these Team, PCT, Development Other partners Teams time and budget To raise awareness about health and well-being, with an HIC, Community No of displays etc. ongoing As above As above Evaluation of activities Linking in with World Mental Health Day and Customer emphasis on physical activity and healthy eating, at Development delivered Services Week. Attended event and partnered up with playschemes, fun days, events, GP surgeries, leisure Team, PCT, Age Concern to do display of healthy living and projects centres, libraries etc. in relation to the health priorities Other partners for North Warwickshire 3 Focus on health and well-being To implement the NWBC Smoke-free Workplace Policy HIC Production of policy April 06 As above HIC time and Implementation of the Still awaiting plaque and need to negotiate with facilities to so that individuals can make the budget policy put up certificates best choices about their own health To co-ordinate support for NWBC staff after the HIC, Community Support given ongoing As above HIC and Numbers of people Ongoing. Meeting in the process of being planned with implementation of the Smoke-free Workplace Policy Developemnt Community giving up smoking Warks Stop Smoking Service Head Office to see how we Staff, Warks. Development can promote the new legisaltion next year Stop Smoking Teams time and Service (WSSS), budget PCT To continue to monitor the impact of the Smoke-free HIC Comments etc. April 07 As above HIC time and Evaluation of Decision not to review until agreed date of Aril 07 Workplace Policy on NWBC staff and review and noted budget consultation with staff amend the policy after 12 months in consultation with management and members if required To work in partnership with Warks. Stop Smoking WSSS, HIC Workplaces Dec. 07 and As above As above Number of Smoke-free Meeting set up with warks Stop Smoking Service to take Service to promote and support businesses in North supported ongoing policies assisted with this forward in the Autumn due to CPO's time constraints at Warks. to become smoke-free in line with the present Government's targets for 2007 To review local alcohol misuse data and its impact on HIC Production of data April 2007 As above As above Addition of evidence to Attended Alcohol Strategy Implementation plan workshop. health locally with a view to drawing up an action plan in health map and furture Priorities for plan were selected. Still awaiting draft plan 2007 in line with the implementation plan which will be action plan produced by the County Strategic Plan (Calling time on alcohol related Harm) 4 Tackling Health Inequalities Lead wellness centre project for PCT HIC Opening of wellness April 07 and as above As above Impact of activities co- Roles and responsitilbities have been returend. Project centre ongoing ordinated from manadates have been updated. Bi- monthly report has wellness centre been produced. Have attended Planning and Development Section Heads meeting to inform about Wellness centre. Still to attend Env. Health. Have linked in with PCT, members, Com Dev. to identify location of 6 health trainers. Meetings set up with PCT, Surestart adn Peter Weaton to discuss locations of Health trainers. Next workshop is 9th Nov - more partners have been invited. Links made with PCT recruitment. PCT want recruitment drive started by Nov 6th. 5 Focus on health and well-being To co-ordinate a young people's road show as already HIC, CDO (YP & Health event Oct. 06 As above As above Evaluation of the event Young People's Health Group meeting set for Novemeber of young people so that they can requested by young people to raise awareness around I), CDO (SI&A) to discuss Roadshow locations and priorities. Links to be make the best choices about their obesity, physical activity, sexual health and alcohol and made with QE school as suggested by JD. Draft Sexual own health to find out their views on current YP health provision Health Policy written. Set up working group and fed back and to identify gaps to Teenage Preganancy Partnership. Policy needs to be written so our staff can signpost YP to services not distribute condoms as hoped as settings not suitable. Will be linking in with Peter Wheaton next week on this. Following the health event, to evaluate the findings from HIC, CDO(YP & Findings from event March 06 As above As above Action Plan As above the event and draw up action plan to ensure clear I), CDO (SIS), pathways to YP health provision CDO (SI&A) Objective Action Lead Officer Outcome Timescale / Community/ Resource Evaluation Measure/ Review - October 2006 Date Corporate Plan Implications Performance Themes Indicator Health Improvement Co-ordinator 6 Improving accessibility to health To work with key partners to audit current room/other HIC Audit Dec 06 As above As above Room audit Mapping complete for the time being. It will be updated information and provision for availability across the Borough (I.e clinics, libraries, once wellness centre in place and activities co-ordinator indiviudals so that they can mobile com. Police office, NWBC etc.) make the best possible choices about their health To utilise audit data, assess health provision need and HIC, PCT Services delivered ongoing As above As above Evaluation As above consult with residents to evaluate where appropriate in commuities health provision is reuqired out in the rural communities and to work in partnership to deliver this requirement 7 Encourage and promote physical To identify local statistics for North Warwickshire in HIC Statistics June 06 As above As above Statistical data In progress. Attended Key Health Data from launch in activity and healthy eating for order to assess the extent of obesity in North Birmingham. Awaiting Obesity Action plan which is in improved long-term health and Warwickshire progress at Councty level well-being and to halt the rise in obesity To promote the benefits of physical activity and healthy HIC, CDO (SIS), Displays, articles Ongoing As above As above No.s of displays, Meeting orgnaised for Nov. eating with an emphasis on young people and older CDO (YP&I) etc. articles etc. people To work in partnership to increase the amount of CDO (SIS), HIC Physical activity April 07 and As above As above No. of new Negotiations held with Early years Centre and programme physical activity programmes across the Borough for programmes ongoing programmes and starting there in Nov. Training set up for 3 community individuals & communities by 1% annually evaluation of each members to take on Piccadilly and Warton groups. Training also set up for 3 more NWBC staff Support and promote allotment projects highlighting the HIC, CDO (E) Allotment projects April 07 and As above As above No of projects/funding Attended GHAA meeting. Agreed to take publicity forward, benefits of physical activity, healthy eating and looking ongoing logo competition and funding assistance for group. after the environment Working closely with Alethea, Zoe and Camille as well as committee To continue staff walks at NWBC and promote walking CDO (E), HIC Staff walks/other ongoing As above As above Evaluation In discussions with Zoe and Gary Jones re: Arden Heritage throughout the Borough workplace walking Trail. With the launch of this we will look at improveing our schemes leaflets and including health info such as no. of calories burnt, steps taken etc. Zoe and I trying to identify further training for staff so that we can support other workplaces to set up staff walking schemes. PART 2 - ONGOING ACTIVITY 1 To co-ordinate health related To co-ordinate the Health & Well-being Strategy Group. HIC Meetings every 8 Ongoing As above as above Quarterly reports to Ongoing partnership work. weeks the Chairs CP Co- ordinating Group To co-ordinate the Young People's Health sub group HIC Meetings every 6 Ongoing As above as above As above Ongoing and actions from the group in line with the targets set by weeks the PCT Locality Forum Active Lifestyle sub group to be established under LSP HIC with CDO Meetings Ongoing As above as above As above Meeting set up for 13th Nov & draw up action plan (SIS) Objective Action Lead Officer Outcome Timescale / Community/ Resource Evaluation Measure/ Review - October 2006 Date Corporate Plan Implications Performance Themes Indicator Health Improvement Co-ordinator Co-ordinate delivery of the Community Plan action plan HIC Quarterley progress Ongoing As above as above Completion of action ongoing to ensure aims are achieved. reports points To represent NWBC for input into Local Area HIC Local Area Ongoing As above As above Completion of LAA's Have agreed local priorities against county priorities with Agreements Agreements Julie Taylor. No feedback recived but found info. on WCC website 2 To identify internal and external To identify and attend groups/forums discussing issues HIC Meetings attened Ongoing As above as above Groups/Forums Ongoing partnership opportunities. relevant to the improvement of health and well-being in attended North Warwickshire. To identify and form working relationships with key HIC Partnerships Ongoing As above as above Successful partnership ongoing strategic and community based partners involved with developed working community development in North Warwickshire to promote the health agenda and to fulfil key objectives, e.g. Greater Warwickshire Sports Partnership. 3 General To co-ordinate the distribution of the PCT Local Finance HIC Grants awarded Ongoing As above as above No. of successfully bid Wrote bid for money and liased with Morag, Julie, Jackie Budget for Health and well-being projects and to be for projects, end of etc. PCT have agreed for money to be located in my aware of funding opportunities, write bids and co- grant report budget to go towards. PCT want me to invoice for half now ordinate projects across the Borough in line with health and half next year priorities for the Borough and with internal and external partners To co-ordinate responses to Department of Health HIC Reports writtem Ongoing As above as above No. written Response co-ordinated, written up and sent off on Acute Consultations and other relevant documentation on Services Review behalf of NWBC and advise NWBC as required - I.e pandemic flu policy etc. Other HIC Ongoing As above as above 1. Provided support, some delivery and devised training programme for 10 week project with FCH Housing and Care. 2.Kirsty has requested project be moved to other location as new Tumble Time term has meant very young children at Woodend. Atherstone has been agreed on if public want this. Neil to take questionnaires to group next week Talk given to King Edward IV Health and Social Care Students on my role and the role of the HIWEB partnership. Another talk organised with Atherstone College in November. Research and report finished for Best Practice for a Healthy Workplace Policy at NWBC. This will be reported on at Com & Env Board on 30th oct. Objective Action Lead Outcome Timescale Community/ Partners Resource Evaluation Quarter 2 update Officer Corporate Implications Measure/ Plan Themes Performance Indicator Community Development Officer- Safer Communities PART 1 - CURRENT ACTIONS 1 Community As directed by the Develop targeted strategies to tackle specific issues, including CDO(SC) Reduce the fear of On-going Safer CDO(SC) time The number of Safety: Reduce Community Motorcycle nuisance, alcohol related issues, anti-social behaviour issues. crime in target area. Communities, and budget residents whose the fear of Confidence Group. Best practice from across the country will be looked at to develop an Health and fear of crime has crime Work with partners to appropriate strategy and protocol for North Warwickshire. Meeting with Well-being, reduced (pre and engage local partner agencies and the community to deliver effective projects and Social post surveys) communities and messages. Inclusion, improve their Community perception of Life, Young community safety . people, Environment, Transport, Housing, Education and Lifelong Learning Motorcycle nuisance, work with strategic partners to develop a borough CDO(SC) Reduction in the illegal On-going As above As above Reduction in the ??? wide approach. Circulate informative press releases about what to report, use of motorcycles number of reported what happens when you are caught, legislation relating to specific Motorcycle vehicles, release to the press, radio & Parish newsletters. Develop an nuisance (Police educational package to be delivered through schools. Ensure hotspot Stats) areas have adequate fencing/ barriers and signs. Work with residents in hotspot areas. Develop alternative activities for residents to participate in. Alcohol related incidents, work with strategic partners to develop a CDO(SC), Reduce alcohol related On-going As above As above Reduction in Appropriate tier 1 training has been identified and borough wide approach. Circulate informative press releases about what YPSO & HIC : ASB and Violence. alcohol related appropriate staff have attended or are booked on to our approach is, who to report incidents to, awareness of underage Raise awareness of reports (police the two day course. Drugs and Alcohol parafanalier is selling/ purchase "on their behalf", what happens when you are caught, alcohol related issues stats & pre and being collected recoded and shared with appropriate legislation relating to purchasing alcohol for underage people, release to post surveys). partners. This data will enable targeted drug and the press, radio & Parish newsletters. Develop an educational package to Increase in alcohol alcohol projects to be delivered e.g. fact, fear and be delivered through schools. Ensure hotspot areas have adequate related awareness fiction. awareness, activities, signage. Work with residents in hotspot areas. (pre & Post Survey) Develop alternative activities for residents to participate in. Anti-social Behaviour, Develop a multi-agency Anti-social behaviour CDO(SC) & Reduction in the On-going As above As above Reduction in the An ASB administrator has been temporarillly Protocol. Work with strategic partners to develop a borough wide YPSO number of ASB number and level employed by the Police to consistantly recorded approach. Circulate informative press releases about what our approach incidents of ASB reports monnitor and implement ASB protocols across the is, who to report incidents to, raising awareness about tolerance, ABC, (Police, NWBC borough. A partnership event is being planned to ASBO's and unacceptable behaviour, what happens when you are and external identify local actions that already exist and develop a caught, legislation relating to breaching orders, release to the press, agencies Stats & consistant multi-agency approach to ASB. Funding radio & Parish newsletters. Develop an educational package to be Pre and post has been secured to deliver a mentoring project to delivered through schools. Work with a range of community groups to surveys) young people involved in ASB. Diversionary engage all members in an attempt to eliminate intolerance, ensuring we activitaties are ongoing at Water Orton, Kingsbury, respond effectively to real ASB issues. Ensure hotspot areas have New Arley, Hartshill, and Atherstone. adequate awareness, activities, signage and enforcement. Work with residents in hotspot areas. Develop alternative activities for residents to participate in. Develop and assist Encourage Parish Councils and PCSO to report any issues direct to the CDO(SC) & A reduced timescale March 2006 As above As above The length of time Visual audits have recently been completed by the with the visual audits Borough Council. Work to secure digital cameras for all PCSO', consider CDO (E) for the audit process, it takes from an PCSO's in the Coleshill sector. Each PCSO has been process as necessary. the snap it and send it project and implement if required. Promotion of from identification to issue being provided with a digital camera,a proceedure and a list community punishment to partner agencies and local communities. resolution of an issue. of contacts who can get issues resolved. The visual identified, to being Organising community clean ups. PCSO's information pack to be resolved. audits process will also be developed inline with the developed. safer neighbourhood agenda which will be adopted in November 2006. Work with partners to Organise a subgroup to take forward the re-branding of the Mobile Police CDO(SC) To increase the March 2006 As above As above The number of The Mobile Police van will be fundamental under the re-brand and promote Station to "Community Safety Van". Engage other partners to use the van number of police and partner agencies new safer neighbourhood agenda, and as such it has the Mobile Police Van as a resource. Consult with the local community to find out what they public interactions and public who use been decided by the CDRP not to rebrand the van. want available. Promote the re-branded van to the local community. of the van . Instead blank magnetic signs are being purchased so that partner agencies can use the vehicle when needed. 4 members of the Community Development team have taken a test to enable them to drive the vehicle, for services such as Activities 4 U. The timetable is being redeveloped with the PCSO's to ensure we are addressing the communities needs and time requirements with the service. Develop an Ensure any projects and messages developed via the community CDO(SC) An increase in young March 2006 As above As above Number of pupils This will be delivered at specific locations when educational package, confidence group are also delivered and echoed in schools using young peoples awareness receiving the required. to be delivered in people to spread the message. about the issues raised programme. schools, promoting by the targeted Reduction in the targeted community campaigns. A reduction reported incident safety campaigns. in the number of young level for the people reported for the specific priority/ specific priority/ action (Pre & Post targeted action. surveys) Objective Action Lead Outcome Timescale Community/ Partners Resource Evaluation Quarter 2 update Officer Corporate Implications Measure/ Plan Themes Performance Indicator Community Development Officer- Safer Communities Develop 'Safer Assist with the setting up of local community safety/ community Police and Reduce the level of Nov 06, on- As above As above Local 'Safer The Safer Neighbourhoods agenda is being Neighbourhood' confidence meetings, in line with the new Neighbourhood policing plans. CDO(SC) incidents and the fear going Neighbourhood' implemented from Nov 2006 with trials commencing agenda. of crime in target area. meetings set up. in October at three of the area forums. Assitance is provided as required. Identify and co- Projects will be developed as directed by local need. CDO(SC) All communities within On-going As above As above The number of Ongoing ordinate future actions North Warwickshire community safety further to the receive a similar level projects/ initiatives identification of of community safety developed. The community safety initiatives. number of inequalities in North Communities with residents whose Warwickshire. higher levels of "fear of "fear of crime" has crime" are addressed reduced (pre and directly. post project/ initiatives). The reduction of the level of incidents in the target area. Minimise the effects of Work with Partner agencies to reduce the liklihood of damage or ASB CDO(SC) Reduce the potential On-going As above As above A reduction in the The Police's Architectral Leason officer has visted ASB on new associated with new development. Designing out crime before it can level of incidents and number of reports each play area which is being re-developed to ensure developments occur. This includes co-ordinating the consultation for the new the fear of crime in about ASB in the any potential issues are designed out where ever playgrounds the Borough Council is installing. specific areas. specific location possible. (pre and post 2 Increase the Promote use of the Encourage all agencies to place their service provision, in relation to CDO (YP&I) Identification of the Jan 2006 As above YPSO & Number of North Letter's sent to parish councils to raise awareness of communities www.up2datecovand young people's services, on the up2date web site. Use the up2date web & YPSO current provision for CDO(SC) time Warwickshire the website. Agencies NWBC are aware of are to be confidence in warks.gov.uk website site as an information source to signpost young people. young people in North and budget services on the added to the website and the relevant contact notified regards to Warwickshire up2date website via a letter should they wish to remove their young peoples information from the website. issues Collate and evaluate Encourage all agencies, internal departments and Parish Councils to YPSO A central, standardised March 2006 As above YPSO time Database for The ASB Administrator collates reports from a police reports of antisocial/ record incidents of ASB to a central point. This information will dictate the reporting point for recording perspective with YPSO collating reports to the council. nuisance behaviour engagement work programme for the YPSO. Promote the use of North Warwickshire, incidents, number caused by young confidential reporting methods. which is accessible by of reported people in North partner agencies. incidents. Warwickshire from partner organisations Identify and co- YPSO & Reduce the level of March 2006 As above YPSO & The number of ordinate the priorities CDO(SC) incidents and the fear CDO(SC) time community safety for young people, for of crime. An increase in and budget projects/ initiatives future action/ projects the level of community developed. The to reduce the cohesion and tolerance. number of communities fear of residents whose crime "fear of crime" has reduced (pre and post project/ initiatives). Provide positive Consult with young people as to what they want to do, Apply for funding, YPSO & Reduction in the level March 2006 As above YPSO & Number of Activities 4U has been running since April. Funding alternatives to anti- work with partner agencies, implement project with consideration of CDO(SC) of antisocial/ nuisance CDO(SC) time targeted/ specific has been secured to run the project for one year until social and nuisance existing services. Promote the projects to target audience, promote the behaviour incidents. and budget responses March '07. Numbers are on the increase and good behaviour, including- success. Ongoing monitoring to ensure effective delivery of the service to developed. A relationships have been built with the young people in targeted project work those who will benefit most. Encourage the development of sustainable reduction in the each of the areas. A4U is monitored through (e.g. Call4Sport) groups and activities, assisting with applications for continuation funding, level of antisocial/ community safety questionnaire results and young encourage and engage Parish Councils to take a positive long-term stand nuisance people feedback. against ASB by engaging in activities. behaviour incidents reported. Number of young people engaged in activities. Develop multi-agency Develop a strategy for responding to ASB. Once reports have been YPSO & Reduction in the level March 2006 As above YPSO & Multi-agency team NW Anti Social Behaviour Partnership Protocol is in response to 'low level logged, decision to be made as to whether the action team or the YPSO CDO(SC) of antisocial/ nuisance CDO(SC) time set up to address draft form. Further discussion and development nuisance'. attends with appropriate partner agency to address and identify mitigating behaviour incidents. and budget specific area required. YPSO will continue to visit the villages factors which can potentially be rectified. problems. A experiencing ASB. reduction in the level of antisocial/ nuisance behaviour incidents reported (pre & Post surveys, ASB Database, partner stats) Objective Action Lead Outcome Timescale Community/ Partners Resource Evaluation Quarter 2 update Officer Corporate Implications Measure/ Plan Themes Performance Indicator Community Development Officer- Safer Communities Intergenerational CDO (YP&I) An increase in the level March 2006 As above YPSO & CDO The number of YPSO and CDO Y&I working with Coleshill Town project work - & YPSO of community cohesion (YP&I) time and intergenerational Council and Shustoke Parish Council to form a youth understanding / Working with the whole community to increase understanding and and tolerance. A budget projects developed. council. tolerance tolerance. Trying to engage Parish Councils to have a young persons reduction in the section at their Parish meetings, ensuring they address young people number of reported issues and develop communication channels. Work with older people antisocial/ nuisance groups to raise understanding. Engage reparation group to do behaviour incidents. intergenerational projects in North Warwickshire. PART 2 - ONGOING ACTIVITY 1 Co-ordinated Co-ordinate the Crime Prepare agendas, minutes and information updates for the quarterly CDO(SC) & The effective On-going Safer CDO(SC) & Quarterly and year Ongoing and achieved to date community and Disorder CDRP meetings. Act as a point of contact for matters relating to the CSDSA administration of the Communities, CSDSA time end grant reports safety related Reduction Partnership. CDRP. Co-ordinate and collate strategy updates. Provide updates on the CDRP and related Health and and budget evaluating the aims partnership strategy to all partners. projects. Well-being, and outcomes of work. Social each target Inclusion, measure. Community Life, Young people, Environment, Transport, Housing, Education and Lifelong Learning Co-ordinate delivery of Attend lead officer meeting, carry out required actions, provide quarterly CDO(SC) Quarterly progress On-going As above CDO(SC) time Completion of Ongoing and achieved to date the Community Plan updates to full community plan. reports to the and budget action points action plan to ensure community plan and aims are achieved. CDRP Co-ordinate the Co-ordinate and collate SSCF updates. Compile GOWM report. Provide CDO(SC)& Support and develop March 2006 As above CDO(SC) & 6 and 12 monthly Ongoing and achieved to date distribution of grant aid updates on the strategy to all partners. CSDSA projects which address CSDSA time grant reports for the "Stronger, the targets of the and budget evaluating the aims Safer Communities CDRP. and outcomes of Fund (SSCF)" each successful applicant. 2 Identify Identify and attend CDRP, Community Confidence, TDAT, Priority crime group, Responsible CDO(SC) Participate in active On-going As above CDO(SC) time The number of Ongoing and achieved to date internal and groups/ forums Authorities Group, Young Persons safety officer, community plan/ lead multi-agency network and budget targeted actions external discussing issues officer, Priority and prolific offenders, Reparation, parish meetings as to resolve community developed to partnership relevant to the required. Also to attend when required local community safety groups, safety issues address specific opportunities. improvement of Area forums. community safety community safety in issues. The North Warwickshire. number of residents who's fear of crime has reduced (pre and post initiatives) Identify and form CDO(SC) Develop an active multi- On-going As above As above The number of Ongoing and achieved to date working relationships agency network to targeted actions with key strategic and resolve community developed to community based safety issues address specific partners, to promote community safety the community safety issues. The agenda and to fulfil number of key objectives. residents who's fear of crime has reduced (pre and post initiatives) 3 Address the Work with key CDO(SC) An increase in the Some on- As above As above An increase in the The RESPECT agenda is the main national campign Governments partners on National number of public who going, others number of currently being worked to and fits in directly with national Community Safety are aware of the when they campaign current ASB working. An event is being planned to targets for Campaigns, e.g. schemes and who use are developed residents are illustrae how RESPECT can benefit North community Crimestoppers, Snap it the schemes to report aware of (pre & Warwickshire and how partners can work effectivly safety. and Send it, Together. criminal activities. post surveys). together. Work with key CDO(SC) Securing the long term On-going As above As above Local community The RESPECT agenda is the main national campign partners to develop sustainability of local safety projects/ currently being worked to and fits in directly with and improve the community safety initiatives that are current ASB working. An event is being planned to sustainability of projects/ initiatives. available, to be illustrae how RESPECT can benefit North initiatives and projects used by the Warwickshire and how partners can work effectivly relevant to community community, for the together. The national Safer Neighbourhoods agenda safety, e.g. Fusion, indefinite future. is also being delivered throughout North Warwickshire Call 4 sport. a year early. Objective Action Lead Outcome Timescale Community/ Partners Resource Evaluation Quarter 2 update Officer Corporate Implications Measure/ Plan Themes Performance Indicator Community Development Officer- Safer Communities 4 Increase the Supervision of the CDO(SC) A reduction in the On-going As above As above A reduction in the Ongoing and achieved to date communities YPSO number of youth number of youth confidence related incidents. related incidents with regard to pre and post young peoples intervention/ issues project work. 5 Co-ordinate Co-ordinate the YPSO Prepare agendas, minutes and information updates for the six weekly YPSO & The effective On-going As above YPSO & Six weekly Ongoing and achieved to date the "young Steering group YPSO meetings. Act as a point of contact for matters relating to Young CDO(SC)- administration of the CDO(SC) time progress reports persons People safety. Provide updates on current work and projects to all mins YPSO steering group evaluating the safety" agenda partners. and related projects. development and for related work of each partnership project and area. work. Develop positive long- Attend, participate and move actions forward from relavent meetings i.e. CDO (SC) Participate in active ongoing Health and Various Officer Time, The number of Ongoing and achieved to date term interventions for CHARM. CDO (YP&I) multi-agency networks Wellbeing, organisation within existing relevant young young people in to resolve Young Education and s involved budgets people assisted. particular need of help peoples safety issues Lifelong with Learning, CHARM. Crime and Disorder Effective engagement Ongoing maintenance of the ASB database, ensuring agencies feed YPSO Reduction in the On-going As above As above Reduction in the A4U operates in areas that experience the highest in areas where ASB is information to the YPSO, make site visits to hotspot areas as directed by number of ASB number and level levels of ASB in NW. The YPSO also works in areas an issue the steering group, evaluate the area and decide on the most appropriate incidents of ASB reports that are identified through the database. mode of intervention. (Police, NWBC and external agencies Stats & Pre and post surveys) Lead Objective Action Lead Officer Outcome Timescale/ Community/ Partners Resource Evaluation Measure/ Progress update Community / Date Corporate Plan Themes Implications Performance Indicator Corporate Plan themes Community Development (Environment) 2006/07 Generic Section Plan 1 Partnership To co-ordinate To assist with the co-ordination of CDO(E) / To ensure the ongoing Corporate Plan - All organisations with Officer Time, Meetings taking place and Met with Beth Gardener 14/09/06. I will meetings environmental the Environment Theme Group, Rachel continued success of Sustainability, Strategic an interest/ mpact within existing Agenda's and Minutes attend next meeting on 1st November. partnership work. and its associated sub-groups as Samways / the Environment Resource Management, upon the environment budgets produced Group to agree my action plan. Need also directed by the Partnership and Beth Gardner Group and its sub Crime and Disorder to meet Steve Maxy and Rachel Development Manager. groups. Samways. Ongoing Community Plan - Environment, Community Life, Health and Well- being, Safer Communities To assist with production and the CDO(E) / Coordinated ongoing As above All organisations with Officer Time, Action Plan produced and Ongoing. BG will send me current action co-ordinated delivery of the Rachel production and an interest/ impact within existing actioned. plan. Environment Theme Group Action Samways / delivery of the Action upon the environment budgets Plan to ensure aims are achieved. Beth Gardner Plan 2 To attend Public To assist with the co-ordination of A. Allen To ensure the ongoing As above All organisations with Officer Time, Meetings taking place and Have spoken with Adrian Allen - he will Realm the Public Realm Partnership and continued success of an interest/ impact within existing resulting actions forward me past minutes. I will attend Partnership achievement of identified actions the Public Realm upon the Public Realm budgets next meeting (Nov). Meetings Partnership 3 Grant Aid Funding To seek external funding to assist CDO(E) Increase the amount ongoing Various Various Officer Time, Increase in levels of funding No target in budget for this year. promotion, with the delivery of Action Plan of external and within existing available for projects Research opportunities. Easter half-term advice and objectives. internal funding to budgets playscheme? acquisition groups and Assist organisations with CDO(E) organisations in ongoing Various Various Officer Time, Amount of funding brought Have agreed to promote the applications for external funding North Warwickshire. within existing into North Warwickshire with "Communities Challenge" (Rebranded within area of expertise. budgets assistance from the CDO (E) landfill Tax Credit Scheme). Will seek to get involved with "Breathing Places". Assist all organisations applying for CDO(E) ongoing Various Various Officer Time, Amount of funding awarded Ongoing (Public Realm Grant Scheme) NWBC funding within area of within existing to groups assisted by the expertise. budgets CDO (E) To promote and activley encourage CDO(E) Until all Various Various Officer Time, Funding allocated to priority Plans in place to re-promote Public Realm application to the Pulic Realm funding has within existing enhancement projects in Grant Scheme. Grant scheme been allocated budgets local communities Generic Community Plan 4 Environment To reduce the To work with local businesses and CDO(E) To encourage an ongoing Corporate Plan - Cleansing Services Officer Time, No of companies worked Businesses - Arranging to meet WCC amount of waste households to promote and increase in recycling Sustainability Officer (Bernard within existing with. Business Advisor to see the work they do. going to landfill develop waste minimslisation and and waste Woodall), Carbon budgets Householders - Doorstepping planned to sites and recycling. minimisation in order Community Plan - Trust, Environment Response from evaluation get public view (pre-Xmas) followed up by increase the to meet Government Environment Agency, WWT and questionnaires. communications campaign (post-Xmas) volume recycled. recycling targets. local businesses including involvement of schools and incentives. Reuseable bags produced and given out with recycling info at Market Stall during Customer Services Week (2nd-6th October). Organise and deliver seasonal re- CDO(E) Annual increase in ongoing Corporate Plan - Cleansing Services Officer Time, No of trees recycled Xmas cards and Xmas tree recycling to be cycling initiatives, e.g.Xmas tree / the amount of xmas Sustainability Officer (Bernard within existing promoted in Dec edition of North Talk. Xmas card re-cycling. trees and cards Woodall) budgets Weight of cards recycled recycled Community Plan - As necessary, taking into account Environment other recycling initiatves such as rolling out of green bin collections and card collections. Support schools in their CDO(E) To support schools ongoing Corporate Plan - WCC, Local Schools, Officer Time, No of schools visited Education work (waste audit) to be environmental education with environmental Sustainability WWT, Cleansing within existing Response from evaluation incorporated into recycling programmes - in particular education focussing Services Division budgets questionnaires. communications campaign Develop a concentrating up on educating on recycling and Community Plan - range of activities/talks.Should be young people about recycling and waste minimistaion. Environment, Education structured to build awareness and waste minimalisation. and Life Long Learning knowledge. Kick off by offering s'thing exciting to get schools interest (Primary - Cycler the rapping Robot). Possible opportunity to work with Camille on recycled fashion show (High Schools). Lead Objective Action Lead Officer Outcome Timescale/ Community/ Partners Resource Evaluation Measure/ Progress update Community / Date Corporate Plan Themes Implications Performance Indicator Corporate Plan themes Community Development (Environment) 2006/07 To educate adults about recycling CDO(E) To encourage an ongoing Corporate Plan - WCC, Community Officer Time, No of groups/people visited To be included in communications and waste minimalisation through increased awareness Sustainability Education, Cleansing within existing Response from evaluation campaign. organising education sessions and in recycling and Services Division. budgets questionnaires. attending various events around waste minimisation in Community Plan - the Borough order to meet Environment, Education Government recycling and Life Long Learning targets. To raise awareness of, and CDO(E) Create an increased Corporate Plan - WCC, WWT. Other Officer Time, Event evaluation Have spoken to Julie Taylor about event educate people about the, built, awareness of Sustainability Agencies as within existing and will be involved in next years. historic and natural environment, environmental issues. approriate budgets through events, including: Community Plan - Environment, Education 2006 and Beyond (7, 8 & 9 June) and Life Long Learning - other events as appropriate Encourage schools to become part CDO(E), To support schools ongoing Corporate Plan - WCC, WWT. Other Officer Time, No of schools visited Have meet with WCC Eco schools co- of the Eco-school partnership. with environmental Sustainability Agencies as within existing Response from evaluation ordinator (Barbara Golding 30th Aug education focussing approriate budgets questionnaires. 2006). They are keen to encourage on recycling and Community Plan - Nwarks schools to get involved. Two waste minimistaion. Environment, Education schools have had grants to get green flag and Life Long Learning status. They have email bullitin which we can include info on. Investigate the introduction of CDO(E) Reduce the Addition to action plan due to guidance and support regarding incidences of fly inclusion in Public Realm Patnership promoting local events without posting action plan. illegally fly-posting. 5 Community To assist with the As directed by the Community CDO(E) & Improvement of the ongoing Corporate Plan - WCC, Police, Parish Officer Time, No of communities cleaned. Clean up campaign to be organised for Safety reduction of fear Confidence Group, to work with a CDO(SC) environment within Sustainability, Quality Council, Community within existing Nov-Jan. To focus on areas one at a time and crime. variety of partners to aesthetically targetted Service Provision, Crime Groups, Other budgets Reduction in the Fear of (NESW) for one week period. Schedule improve communities, particularly communities. and Disorder agencies and Crime (possible pre and post known work plus ask communities to through engaging with communities organisations as evaluation) nominate areas of concern (grot spots) for and environmental education. Community Plan - appropriate. cleaning. Roadshows and leafleting to Environment, Safer publicise and give information on services. Assist with the progression of Communities, Community Multi agency approach - work with WCC "community clean ups" in targeted Life, The Local Economy, Highways, Young offenders etc to "grot spot" locations Health and Well Being maximise impact. Engage local residents in measures that are designed to encourage responsible citizenship and prevent litter and dog fouling Assist with Visual Audits projects as necessary. 6 Health & Well- Getting people With target communities, to CDO(E), CDO Improving the Health ongoing Health and Well-being NHS, HIC, Local Officer Time, No of walks organised. Attending Warwickshire Walking Network being more active more organise two 'Walking for Health' (YP&I) and and Well Being of groups and within existing Meetings (13/09/06). Will investigate Walk often - activities. HIC residents of North organisations. budgets No of people who have taken leader training and cascade training to Warwickshire through part (including no of young allow set up of work place walking To reduce Helping to develop vountary walking initiatives. people and elderly [~50+]) initiative.Have met with NAHT project obesity levels walking groups, particularly manager regarding linking into project. and associated targetting younger (tackling obesity) Add health info our walk leaflets (steps, health problems. and older people (cardio-vascular calories etc) and other health related problems). 7 Promote Maintain 12 self-guided walks and CDO(E) The continued ongoing Corporate Plan - None Officer Time, All walks up to date and Investigate how these walks link into North countryside five cycleways and the associated promotion of North Sustainability within existing promoted accordingly Arden Heritage Trail project. Walk leaflets access publicity material Warwickshire budgets need updating. Change layout to reduce countryside and Community Plan - costs. Re-launch. Offer more guided getting more people Environment, Health and walks. Meeting with Health visitor to active. Well-being discuss opportunity to offer pram walks in local areas. Lead Objective Action Lead Officer Outcome Timescale/ Community/ Partners Resource Evaluation Measure/ Progress update Community / Date Corporate Plan Themes Implications Performance Indicator Corporate Plan themes Community Development (Environment) 2006/07 8 Health Eating To assist with the co-ordination of HIC & CDO(E) Improving the Health ongoing Corporate Plan - None Officer Time, Inreased use of vacant Consultation planned for Warton allotment community involvement with the and Well Being of Sustainability within existing allotments site (oct/Nov). Promotion of work at Arley use of vacant allotments and assist residents of North budgets underway- community launch event with in the development of an annual Warwickshire Community Plan - tree planting (Mayor) to tie in with National allotment prize. Environment, Health and Tree Week (25th November). Well-being 9 Children's Co- Provision of To provide environmental CDO(E) To create an interest ongoing Environment, Life Long Various Officer Time, No of sessions Invloved with summer playschemes ordinating group environmental playschemes / sessions to engage in and an Learning within existing No of participants (environment week 31st July - 3rd Aug). activities during local young people and develop understanding of the budgets Evaluation responses Grassheads and minibeasts. Support with school holidays their interest in the broad local environment Art and the Outdoors project.Bat masks environment. and biodiversity and information for October playscheme. through More activities to be planned for next environmental summer. education sessions.