Police and Crime Commissioner for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland, Sir Clive Loader, has sought the views of the public and partner organisations to deliver a revised version of his Police and Crime Plan for his period of office from 2013 to 2017.
The previous version of the Plan was published in March 2013; click here to download the previous version.
During the revision of the Plan, Sir Clive committed to an extensive schedule of meetings with partners, communities and diverse groups from across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. The views, experiences and priorities sought through those consultations have informed the content of the Plan through the following stages:
- Consultation with local authority partners took place in July 2013, informing the draft revised Plan;
- The draft revised Plan was made available for public consultation in August 2013, the findings of which informed the final draft revised Plan; and
- The final draft revised Plan was submitted to the Police and Crime Panel (PCP) meeting in October 2013, where the PCP agreed the Plan.
Sir Clive said: "When I launched my first Plan earlier in the year I made it clear that I intended to refresh it on a yearly basis to ensure that it is still fit for purpose and continuing to meet the needs of local communities," he explained. "Now, having listened to and learned from widely diverse viewpoints, I have made some changes to the original plan."
"My plan is by no means final. Further revisions will take place as the landscape changes in the areas of funding, crime patterns and national policing obligations."
Please see below Sir Clive Loader's video introduction to the refreshed Plan, which features subtitling and a signed British Sign Language translation provided by Action Deafness.
The refreshed Plan is available for download below in original full text, executive summary and Easy Read versions. Hard copies are available on request.