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Bassetlaw Neighbourhood Priority agreed for the next three months (January 2021 to April 2021)

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January 2021

Bassetlaw Neighbourhood Priority agreed for the next three
months (January 2021 to April 2021)

Priorities set by Inspector Neil Bellamy at the remotely
conducted (due to Coronavirus and Covid-19 Pandemic) Local Policing Priority
Setting (LPPS) meeting.

In Bassetlaw we set Policing Priorities every three months.
We now set priorities, based on various types of information received such as
Crime and Disorder Surveys and calls received as well as #whatmatters to you
survey data.

We continue to receive information from the Local Authority
(Elected and Executive), County Councillors, Local Councillors and Bassetlaw
Residents (utilising surgeries and other engagement if allowed) about the
issues and concerns in their area where this is possible and not breaching regulations.

This enables me to consider as wide a range of information
as possible for the priorities to be decided.

The priorities as identified by the Office of the Police and
Crime Commissioner for the residents of Bassetlaw have changed from the last
quarter albeit they have remained broadly the same just changing position, and
the areas are supported by the #whatmatters data:

Reckless & dangerous driving

Speeding

Drug use and dealing

Burglary

Car Crime

The priorities as identified by the Priority Setting
Meetings of East Bassetlaw have NOT been set due to the National Health
Emergency.

The priority for WORKSOP as identified by the Elected Leader
of the Local Authority remains the Town Centre specifically with regard to Anti-Social
Behaviour relating to drug use and particularly visible in the times of reduced
mobility of the population in this pandemic.

On 23rd March 2020 the UK was put on a Government ‘lockdown’
due to the Coronavirus pandemic, and this has had a significant impact on
crime, mainly a reduction.

I have reviewed the information available to me which shows
that for Bassetlaw, recorded crimes for violence against the person, burglary,
theft and criminal damage have all reduced significantly.

With regards to our previous priorities:

Drug offences are also down;

Current month compared with previous month this year -18.3%

Current
month compared with same month last year -70.6%

Anti-Social Behaviour is one of a few areas that are showing
an increase at +59.7% Year to Date, however, that is showing relatively
consistent reductions over time also. The vast majority of this relates to the
public reporting Covid-19 Breach related Anti-Social Behaviour.

The majority of concerns raised by the public through their
local councillors relate to people breaching the Covid-19 Government Regulations. 

There remains a consistent narrative from the Rural
Communities of Bassetlaw that relates to a number of issues – some reflected in
general identified priorities such as speeding and driving related matters, but
also matters unique to their community such as land related crop damage,
nuisance vehicles on land, poaching and animal related concerns.

With such a large area and varied communities – three
growing towns, and significant numbers of Parishes and predominantly rural
areas – the setting of priorities is difficult.

In light of all of the above information, and the current circumstances surrounding the Covid-19 Pandemic at this time the clear main
concern from the public is Anti-Social Behaviour.

Our Policing Priority
for the next three months will be to focus on the response to Covid-19 Related ASB, with the caveat
that this will be reviewed before that time if there is a significant change
(such as the Covid-19 restrictions being released).

The Teams under my command are abundantly aware of the
competing demands and priorities of all our communities in Bassetlaw and will
generally work towards them in addition to those specifically identified.

Bassetlaw Neighbourhood Priority Agreed for the next three months (October 2020 to January 2021)

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October 2020

Bassetlaw Neighbourhood Priority agreed for the next three
months (October 2020 to January 2021)

Priorities set by Inspector Neil Bellamy at the remotely
conducted (due to Coronavirus and Covid-19 Pandemic) Local Policing Priority
Setting (LPPS) meeting.

In Bassetlaw we set Policing Priorities every three months.
We now set priorities, based on various types of information received such as
Crime and Disorder Surveys and calls received as well as #whatmatters to you
survey data.

We continue to receive information from the Local Authority
(Elected and Executive), County Councillors, Local Councillors and Bassetlaw
Residents (utilising surgeries and other engagement) about the issues and
concerns in their area.

This enables me to consider as wide a range of information
as possible for the priorities to be decided.

The priorities as identified by the Office of the Police and
Crime Commissioner for the residents of Bassetlaw have remained the same as the
last quarter due to there being no additional survey work completed by the OPCC
albeit it is reasonable to assume that they would have remained broadly the
same, and the areas are supported by the #whatmatters data:

Drug use and dealing

Reckless & dangerous driving

Burglary

Speeding

Car Crime

The priorities as identified by the Priority Setting
Meetings of East Bassetlaw have NOT been set due to the National Health
Emergency.

The priority for WORKSOP as identified by the Elected Leader
of the Local Authority remains the Town Centre specifically with regard to Anti-Social
Behaviour relating to drug use and particularly visible in the times of reduced
mobility of the population in this pandemic.

On 23rd March 2020 the UK was put on a Government ‘lockdown’
due to the Coronavirus pandemic, and this has had a significant impact on
crime, mainly a reduction.

The situation continues with the Tiered responses and local
restrictions.

I have reviewed the information available to me which shows
that for Bassetlaw, recorded crimes for violence against the person, burglary,
theft and criminal damage have all reduced significantly.

With regards to our previous priorities:

Drug offences are also down;

•             Current
month compared with previous month this year -13.3%

•             Current
month compared with same month last year -43.5%

Anti-Social Behaviour is one of a few areas that are showing
an increase at +70.4% Year to Date and +39.3% in the last two weeks. The vast
majority of this relates to the public reporting Covid-19 Breach related Anti-Social
Behaviour.

The Police and Crime Commissioners Survey was undertaken
before the lockdown, but indicated that Drug Use and Dealing was of highest
concern to those surveyed. 

The majority of concerns raised by the public through their
local councillors relate to people breaching the Covid-19 Government Regulations. 

In light of all of the above information, and the current
circumstances surrounding the Covid-19 Pandemic at this time the clear main
concern from the public is Anti-Social Behaviour.

Our Policing Priority
for the next three months will be to focus on the response to Covid-19 Related ASB, with the caveat
that this will be reviewed before that time if there is a significant change
(such as the Covid-19 restrictions being released).

Bassetlaw Neighbourhood Priority agreed for the next three months (July 2020 to September 2020)

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July 2020

Bassetlaw Neighbourhood Priorities agreed for the next three months (July 2020 to September 2020)

Priorities set by Inspector Neil Bellamy at the remotely conducted (due to Coronavirus and Covid-19 Pandemic) Local Policing Priority Setting (LPPS) meeting.

On this occasion, and due to the Health Emergency the relevant Survey has not been conducted by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, and as a consequence, and for this period only, in consultation with the Community Safety Coordinator, the priorities have remained the same.

In Bassetlaw we set Policing Priorities every three months. We now set priorities, based on various types of information received such as Crime and Disorder Surveys and calls received.

We continue to receive information from the Local Authority (Elected and Executive), County Councillors, Local Councillors and Bassetlaw Residents (utilising surgeries and other engagement) about the issues and concerns in their area.

This enables me to consider as wide a range of information as possible for the priorities to be decided.

The priorities as identified by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for the residents of Bassetlaw have remained the same as the last quarter and are as follows:

Drug use and dealing

Reckless & dangerous driving

Burglary

Speeding

Car Crime

The Priority Setting Meetings of East Bassetlaw have NOT taken place due to the National Health Emergency.

The priority for Worksop as identified by the Elected Leader of the Local Authority through the Community Safety Team remains the Town Centre specifically with regard to Anti-Social Behaviour relating to drug use and particularly visible in the times of reduced mobility of the population in this pandemic.

On 23rd March 2020 the UK was put on a Government ‘lockdown’ due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, and this has had a significant impact on crime, mainly a reduction.

I have reviewed the information available to me which shows that for Bassetlaw, recorded crimes for violence against the person, burglary, theft and criminal damage have all reduced significantly.

The Police and Crime Commissioners Survey was undertaken before the lockdown, but indicated that Drug Use and Dealing was of highest concern to those surveyed. 

The majority of concerns raised by the public through their local councillors relate to people breaching the Covid-19 Government Regulations. 

In light of all of the above information, and the current circumstances surrounding the Covid-19 Pandemic at this time the clear main concern from the public is Anti-Social Behaviour.

Our Policing Priority for the next three months will be to focus on the response to Covid-19 Related ASB, with the caveat that this will be reviewed before that time if there is a significant change (such as the Covid-19 restrictions being released).

Bassetlaw Neighbourhood Priority agreed for the next three months (April 2020 to July 2020) as set at the remotely conducted Local Policing Priority Setting Meeting

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April 2020

Bassetlaw Neighbourhood Priorities agreed for the next three months (April 2020 to July 2020)

Priorities set by Inspector Neil Bellamy at the remotely conducted (due to Coronavirus and Covid-19 Pandemic) Local Policing Priority Setting (LPPS) meeting.

In Bassetlaw we set Policing Priorities every three months. We now set priorities, based on various types of information received such as Crime and Disorder Surveys and calls received.

We continue to receive information from the Local Authority (Elected and Executive), County Councillors, Local Councillors and Bassetlaw Residents (utilising surgeries and other engagement) about the issues and concerns in their area.

This enables me to consider as wide a range of information as possible for the priorities to be decided.

The priorities as identified by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for the residents of Bassetlaw have remained the same as the last quarter and are as follows:

Drug use and dealing

Reckless & dangerous driving

Burglary

Speeding

Car Crime

The Priority Setting Meetings of East Bassetlaw have NOT taken place due to the National Health Emergency.

The priority for Worksop as identified by the Elected Leader of the Local Authority throught the Community Safety Team remains the Town Centre specifically with regard to Anti-Social Behaviour relating to drug use and particularly visible in the times of reduced mobility of the population in this pandemic.

On 23rd March 2020 the UK was put on a Government ‘lockdown’ due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, and this has had a significant impact on crime, mainly a reduction.

I have reviewed the information available to me which shows that for Bassetlaw, recorded crimes for violence against the person, burglary, theft and criminal damage have all reduced significantly.

With regards to our previous priorities:

Drug offences are also down;

• Current month compared with previous month this year -21.4%

• Current month compared with same month last year -35.3%

Anti-Social Behaviour is one of a few areas that are showing an increase at +123.5% Year to Date and +135.7% in the last two weeks. The vast majority of this relates to the public reporting Covid-19 Breach related Anti-Social Behaviour.

The Police and Crime Commissioners Survey was undertaken before the lockdown, but indicated that Drug Use and Dealing was of highest concern to those surveyed. 

The majority of concerns raised by the public through their local councillors relate to people breaching the Covid-19 Government Regulations. 

In light of all of the above information, and the current circumstances surrounding the Covid-19 Pandemic at this time the clear main concern from the public is Anti-Social Behaviour.

Our Policing Priority for the next three months will be to focus on the response to Covid-19 Related ASB, with the caveat that this will be reviewed before that time if there is a significant change (such as the Covid-19 restrictions being released).

Bassetlaw Neighbourhood Priorities agreed for the next three months (January 2020 to March 2020) as set at the Local Policing Priority Setting Meeting

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January 2020

Bassetlaw Neighbourhood Priorities agreed for the next three
months (January 2020 to March 2020)

Priorities set by Inspector Neil Bellamy at the Local Policing Priority Setting (LPPS) meeting.

In Bassetlaw we set Policing Priorities every three months.
We now set 3 priorities, based on various types of information received such as
Crime and Disorder Surveys and calls received.

We continue to receive information from the Local Authority (Elected and Executive), County Councillors, Local Councillors and Bassetlaw
Residents (utilising surgeries and other engagement) about the issues and
concerns in their area.

This enables me to consider as wide a range of information
as possible for the priorities to be decided.

The priorities as identified by the Office of the Police and
Crime Commissioner for the residents of Bassetlaw are as follows:

Drug use and dealing

Reckless & dangerous driving

Burglary

Speeding

Car Crime

The priorities as identified by the Priority Setting Meetings
of East Bassetlaw are as follows:

RETFORD – Vehicle Nuisance, Speeding, Burglary

RURALS – Speeding, Rural Crime (poaching/quads), Burglary

HARWORTH – Anti-social Behaviour, Burglaries, Vehicle
Nuisance including off road/quad bikes

The priority for WORKSOP as identified by the Elected Leader
of the Local Authority remains the Town Centre specifically with regard to Anti-Social
Behaviour relating to drug use.

Illicit drugs and their illegal sale, use, and their
resultant behaviour appear within a number of areas and as such will be
regarded as Priority 1 for Bassetlaw.

Vehicle related issues including reckless and dangerous
driving, speeding and off-road use appear within a number of areas and as such
will be regarded as Priority 2 for
Bassetlaw
.

Antisocial Behaviour while not appearing within the OPCC
priorities does appear on East Bassetlaw areas, and within the Town Centre at
Worksop and therefore within a number of areas and as such will be regarded as Priority 3 for Bassetlaw.

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Bassetlaw Neighbourhood Priorities agreed for the next three months (October 2019 to January 2020) as set at the Local Policing Priority Setting Meeting

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October 2019

Bassetlaw Neighbourhood Priorities agreed for the next three
months (October 2019 to January 2020)

Priorities set by Inspector Neil Bellamy at the Local
Policing Priority Setting (LPPS) meeting.

In Bassetlaw we set Policing Priorities every three months
and this process has changed this month and it will now be known as Local Police Priority Setting (LPPS). We will now set 3 priorities, based on various
types of information received such as Crime and Disorder Surveys and calls
received.

We continue to receive information from the Local Authority
(Elected and Executive), County Councillors, Local Councillors and Bassetlaw
Residents (utilising surgeries and other engagement) about the issues and
concerns in their area.

This enables me to consider as wide a range of information
as possible for the priorities to be decided.

The priorities as identified by the Office of the Police and
Crime Commissioner for the residents of Bassetlaw are as follows:

Drug use and dealing

Reckless & dangerous driving

Burglary

Car Crime

Speeding

The priorities as identified by the Priority Setting
Meetings of East Bassetlaw are as follows:

RETFORD – 1.DRUGS, 2.SPEEDING, 3.ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR

RURALS – 1.SPEEDING, 2.RURAL CRIME (POACHING/OFF ROAD
BIKES), 3.BURGLARY

HARWORTH – 1.ASB, 2.DRUGS, 3.OFF ROAD VEHICLE NUISANCE

The priority for Worksop as identified by the Elected Leader
of the Local Authority remains the Town Centre specifically with regard to Anti-Social
Behaviour relating to drug use.

Illicit drugs and their illegal sale, use, and their
resultant behaviour appear within a number of areas and as such will be
regarded as Priority 1 for Bassetlaw.

Vehicle related issues including reckless and dangerous
driving, speeding and off-road use appear within a number of areas and as such
will be regarded as Priority 2 for
Bassetlaw
.

Antisocial Behaviour while not appearing within
the OPCC priorities does appear on East Bassetlaw areas, and within the Town
Centre at Worksop and therefore within a number of areas and as such will be regarded
as Priority 3 for Bassetlaw.