Police and Crime Commissioner Sir Clive Loader has published his Plan for tackling crime and reducing the number of victims in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland over the next four years.
The Plan has been further developed from the drafts presented to the Police and Crime Panel in January and March, following consultation with public and partners (more details on the consultation can be found here).
He formally presented his plan to the Leicestershire Police and Crime Panel on Wednesday 30 January along with his proposals for the budget. His speech to the Panel can be found here.
The Panel made some comments following the meeting - their questions and Sir Clive's responses can be found here.
At a meeting on 25 March, Sir Clive made these opening comments to the Panel.
A refined version is due to be issued in September, which will take account of changes to funding processes, the impact of savings strategies and new commissioning plans.
The full plan can be found here.
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Leicestershire has undertaken an equality impact assessment (EIA), with regard to the Plan. This is a process designed to ensure that a policy, project or scheme does not discriminate against any disadvantaged or vulnerable people. The supporting documentation can be found here (Equality Impact Assessment) and here (final EIA action plan).
An executive summary of the Plan is also available, along with large print versions of both documents:
Police and Crime Plan 2013-2017: Full Plan (large print)
Police and Crime Plan 2013-2017: Executive Summary (large print)