DN 09/2022 Police and Crime and Fire and Rescue Plans

The Commissioner has decided to issue her statutory Plans following a rigorous consultation and approval process.

DN 09/2022       Date 19/05/2022

Background

The Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner has a duty to publish a Police and Crime Plan and a Fire and Rescue Plan that sets out the strategic priorities for policing and fire and rescue services respectively.

The Commissioner has developed her Plans based on extensive consultation with the public over 3 months in 2021 in which an unprecedented number of over 3500 people were engaged and over 2000 responded fully to the consultation. The Plans are the product of a clear understanding of the public’s priorities for North Yorkshire Police, North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service and for our community safety and criminal justice partners – as well as what they expect to see from the services the Commissioner provides and arranges for victims and the vulnerable, through her own Office of the PFCC.

On 16 March 2022, the Commissioner submitted draft Plans for review by the Police, Fire and Crime Panel who provided feedback, which the Commissioner has taken on board (and about which the Commissioner has had further individual Member dialogue) and to which the Commissioner has a duty to respond in full to the Panel. The statutory exchange of correspondence must be published on the Commissioner’s website and is appended to this DN as Appendices 1 and 2.

Following the completion of this process, the Commissioner is satisfied that these Plans fully reflect the priorities of the public of North Yorkshire and the City of York and looks forward to ensuring that they are delivered by North Yorkshire Police, North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service, our local regional and national partners and by the Commissioner’s Office.

Decision Record

The Commissioner has decided to issue the Police and Crime Plan 2022-2025 and Fire and Rescue Plan 2022-2025 in the form annexed hereto as Appendices 3 and 4.

Zoë Metcalfe

Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire

 

Statutory Officer Advice

Legal, Management and Equality Implications

The Commissioner’s Chief Executive and Monitoring Officer, having read this report and having considered such information as has been provided at the time of being asked to express this view, is satisfied that this report does not ask the Commissioner to make a decision which would (or would be likely to) give rise to a contravention of the law.

Financial and Commercial

The Commissioner’s Chief Finance Officer and s151 Officer has advised that all financial matters are accurately detailed in the Plans.

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