Work is underway on the Police and Crime Plans for 2014 you can read the Police and Crime Needs Assessment.
While the Plan sets Sue's vision for policing and community safety across Avon and Somerset for the next four-years, it is updated annually. The Plan covers the Commissioner’s four priority areas of tackling anti-social behaviour, burglary, violence against women and children and putting victims at the heart of the criminal justice system.
The plan also focuses on key issues that were raised by the public during consultation in January and February, such as road safety and visibility of police officers.
Targets in the Police and Crime Plans aim to increase public confidence in Avon and Somerset Police to top ten nationally. As well as increasing detection rates for serious sexual offences, increasing recorded and detected burglary and overall victim satisfaction, all to a top ten position within police forces nationally by 2017.
On 15 March 2013 the Police and Crime Panel also reviewed the Commissioner's draft Police and Crime Plan of which correspondance can be found below:
To read the Avon and Somerset Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner Business Plan click here
To view the Avon & Somerset Plan click here
To view an EASY READ version of the Plan click here
To view PDF versions of the Plan click here
The Commissioner has also introduced six extra local Police and Crime Plans to reflect and respond to local needs. Please see below links to the six local Police and Crime Plans reflect the policing districts of Avon and Somerset Constabulary.
To view Bath & North East Somerset Plan click here