Your local policing team is made up of dedicated neighbourhood officers and community support officers based in your community, supported by additional officers from the wider area. We work closely with our partners and engage the community when deciding our policing priorities for your area. By working together we aim to find solutions to longstanding local problems while maintaining our wider focus on preventing crime and antisocial behaviour across Nottinghamshire.
City Central Strategic Priorities: July to September 2022
Our partners have assisted us in reinforcing our 'Local Policing Priorities' that effect and concern the community. These priorities do not replace those agreed at the NAT meetings, nor those defined through the respect survey, in fact this reinforces and compliments them. Every three months sees a renewing of the three priorities we should have each quarter, we have focussed on what matters to our communities, we agreed to set and review the top 3 main priorities. The meeting to discuss these priorities is held every 3 months, and is attended by Local Neighbourhood Development officers, Police, Nottingham City Council Anti-Social Behaviour Principle officer, also the Community Protection Team, to look at data provided by the Nottinghamshire Police Crime Commissioners Office, following perception surveys they conduct of the area around gaining local community concerns.
Due to the recent Pandemic with Covid 19, the current priorities have been drawn from local statistical data, knowledge and partnership working. I have purposely and holistically looked to include those priorities concerning our community, these do NOT detract from other priorities such as begging, Auto crime, Thefts and several others including nuisance and littering. We discuss, local community feedback provided to us by the Neighbourhood Development officers, which allows us to be more informed.
The 3 agreed Priorities for the next 3 months, 1st July 2022 – September 30th 2022:
1. Serious Violent Crime: (GBH, Robbery, Knife Crime).Op LUMINATION, Op SCORPION, Op Grip.
2. Burglary Dwelling: Safer Streets, Op NAPPE, Op UNIVERSAL
3. Drugs and ASB: Op LUMINATION, Op NAVARASSE.
Op Lumination - Open Space Violence – Arboretum. Op Scorpion – Knife Crime. Op Embody – Drugs. Op Nappe – Burglary – Arboretum. Op Universal – Student Burglary & ASB. Op Nevarasse – Street Begging. Op Beeswax – Noise related ASB
Issued 11 August 2022
September update The following are the current local policing priorities.
I am confident we are in a good position to see some significant reductions in crime across the area. To put this into perspective, the following data is the current crime year to date (starts 1st April) compared with the same period the previous year.
• All crime has decreased by 2.3% which is a reduction of 85 offences overall and is still 10.2% (414 offences) lower than pre pandemic levels in 2019. • Victim Based crime has decreased by 1.6% (46 offences) and is still 14.1% (477offences) lower than pre pandemic levels in 2019. • Robbery offences have increased by 9.7% (increase of 6 offences). • Residential burglary has increased by 5.6% which is a reduction of 7 offences compared to this time last year. This is 42.8% (101 offences) fewer than pre pandemic levels • Drug offences have reduced by 0.5% (1fewer offences) • ASB has decreased by 38.3% a reduction of 958 incidents