Community Safety - Haringey Association of Neighbourhood Watches

Report
Cllr Vanier
Deputy Leader
Cabinet Members for Communities
2.10.14
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Legislation
Priorities
Some of the funding streams
Projects
Anti Social Behaviour Action Team
Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator
Questions
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Community Safety Partnerships where established under
the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 which was amended by
the Police and Justice Act 2006.
The 1998 Act sets out who the responsible authorities are
and the various duties. Section 17 of the Crime and
Disorder Act 1998, as amended by the Police and Justice
Act 2006, requires responsible authorities to consider
crime and disorder (including anti-social behaviour and
other behaviour adversely affecting the local environment):
and the misuse of drugs, alcohol and other substances in
the exercise of all their duties, activities and decision
making.
This means that in all policies, strategies and service
delivery there is a need to consider the likely impact of
crime and disorder. The Act also saw the establishment of
the Youth Offending Service.
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Outcome One - Rebuild and improve public confidence
in policing and maintaining community safety.
Outcome Two - Prevent and minimise gang-related activity and
Victimisation
Outcome Three - Break the cycle of domestic and gender-based abuse by
working in partnership to promote healthy and safe relationships
Outcome Four - Reduce re-offending with a focus on 16 – 24 year olds
Outcome Five - Prevent and reduce acquisitive crime and anti-social
behaviour (to include residential burglary, personal robbery, vehicle crime, fraud and
theft)
Outcome Six - Deliver the PREVENT strategy in Haringey.
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MOPAC £800k
MAC-UK £1.6m
Home Office £85k
Core funding £440k
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Muslim Network Project
Domestic Violence Intervention Project
BCRP for Wood Green (to be developed)
MAC -UK
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Working with Enfield to identify and prosecute sex workers Northumberland
Park
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Love Lane Estate- CCTV being used to identify and prosecute drug dealers (7
ASBi’s obtained so far)
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Wickes- continue to work with UKBA and Police- recent eviction of migrants
in garages at Russell Road
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Holcombe Market- to carry outreach work with HAGA re street drinkers
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To deliver 4 outreach sessions on hard to reach estates with victim support
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To continue working with the safer transport team re Ducketts Common. 9
ASBO’s secured and various arrests and prosecutions carried out by Police.
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To continue to deliver ASBAT schools programme and build on positive
feedback from teachers and pupils.
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The Council fund the post of Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator, which is based with
Haringey Police. Historically NHWs focused on their local street/area, but the
Coordinator now actively encourages NHWs to ‘adopt’ their local green space
374 Neighbourhood Watch coordinators are in communication with the Coordinator on a
regular basis, who in turn disseminates information to their members.
13% of NHW coordinators are not on email and are communicated with by post or phone
244 Watches (78%) have completed the new NHW registration form; leaving 68 Watches
(22%) still to complete the form. This form requests Watches to include a park within
their Watch area and update the number of members/households covered. This
requires a visit by a Safer Neighbourhoods Team Officer.
202 Watches (83% of those that have completed the form) have agreed to include a
named park in their Watch
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Community Trigger- ASB, Crime & Policing
Act 2014 - in force, October 2014
Disclosure Scheme (Claire’s Law) - Multi agency
group set up to review disclosures under “right to know”,
cases at MARAC to be considered as standard for
investigation by the police CSU DI
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Protection Orders (Go Orders) –
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Prevent (Crime and Disorder Act)
not yet
implemented by the Met, London wide. Awaiting update late
Sept 2014 from Met Police.
– Autumn 2014
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Channel Panel
– multi agency process, which provides support to those
who may be vulnerable to being drawn into violent extremism
CTLP – Counter Terrorism Local Plan
MARAC - Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conference (DV high risk victims)
MAPPA - Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (Probation)
IDVA - Independent Domestic Violence Advocate
IOM/OM – Integrated Offender Management
IGU – Integrated Gangs Unit
MASH - Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (Safeguarding children)
MASE – Multi Agency Sexual Exploitation
BCRP – Business Crime Reduction Partnership

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