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079/2013: Crime Capital Replacement Programme 2013/14 – 12 November 2013

Executive Summary and recommendation:

The Chief Constable is of the opinion that the information included in part 2 falls under Section 2(2) of The Elected Local Policing Bodies (Specified Information) Order 2011 and The information in part 2 is properly classified as at least RESTRICTED within the meaning of the Government Protective Marking Scheme.

The Executive Board are requested to approve the Crime Plant and Equipment Rolling Programme for the rest of the year as set out in part 2.

Police and Crime Commissioner decision:

Approved

Signature Date 12 November 2013
Title Police & Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire
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Part 1 – Unrestricted facts and advice to the PCC

Introduction and background

ANPR is an invaluable tool for the police to disrupt travelling criminals and deny the use of the road network to commit crime.

ANPR cameras work by scanning vehicle registration numbers and checking them against information stored in databases to identify vehicles connected to criminality.

It can be used locally across force, regional borders and nationally allowing effective, collaborative responses to ongoing incidents and investigations.

ANPR has already proven its worth as an invaluable tool in bringing criminals to justice and making our communities safer. This latest investment sends a clear warning to criminals that North Yorkshire Police is determined to keep them out of our county and the organisation will do everything in its power to stop them.

There is a functioning ANPR system in operation based on CCTV cameras but these cameras are not able to meet the required NAASP standards.

These ANPR proposals support key elements of the PCC’s Police and Crime Plan, and show NYP is investing in the future to reduce harm to individuals and communities suffering from cross border crime and rural crime.

Is there a Part 2 to this Notice – YES
Reason for restriction: The information in part 2 is properly classified as at least RESTRICTED within the meaning of the Government Protective Marking Scheme.

Tick to confirm statement √
Director/Chief Officer has reviewed the request and is satisfied that it is correct and consistent with the NYPCC’s plans and priorities. DCS Simon Mason 29.10.13
Legal Advice Legal advice has been sought on this proposal and is considered not to expose the PCC to risk of legal challenge. Jane Wintermeyer 3840 12.11.13
Financial Advice The CC CFO has both been consulted on this proposal, for which budgetary provision already exists or is to be made in accordance with Part 1 or Part 2 of this Notice Jane Palmer 004364 7 Nov 13
Equalities Advice An assessment has been made of the equality impact of this proposal. Either there is considered to be minimal impact or the impact is outlined in Part1 or Part2 of this Notice. Mark Bates 3531 29.10.13
I confirm that all the above advice has been sought and received and I am satisfied that this is an appropriate request to be submitted for a decision Mark Bates Date 29/10/13
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