Nottingham Insight

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Key strategies and plans

Contains 14 resources


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Partnership Plan 2015-2020 (Crime and Drugs Partnership) (2018/19 Refresh)

  • Report
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 29/07/2018
Description

The Partnership conducts an annual assessment of crime and substance misuse in Nottingham in order to ensure that we are tackling the community safety issues that have the greatest impact on the city. The assessment looks at levels and patterns of offending and substance misuse so that solutions and interventions can be developed on a robust evidential basis. The assessment includes consultation with communities in order to make sure that we are addressing the issues that matter the most to Nottingham's residents.

Places: Nottingham City

Strategic Assessment 2017 - Nottingham CDP

  • Report
  • published by Other on 14/06/2018
Description

The aim of this Strategic Assessment is to provide Nottingham Crime & Drugs Partnership (CDP) and the Police and Criem Commissioner with an assessment of current and emerging and long term issues affecting Nottingham.

Places: Other

Partnership Plan 2015-2020 (Crime and Drugs Partnership) (2017/18 Refresh)

  • Report
  • published by Other on 16/02/2018
Description

The Crime & Drugs Partnership is one of the thematic partnerships working towards achieving the inter-agency Nottingham Plan to 2020: Safer, Cleaner, Ambitious and Proud. In moving towards 2020, the Crime & Drugs Partnership takes the lead on delivery of the `Safer' agenda of the Nottingham Plan. The Partnership's Board agreed that the targets to measure performance from 2015 to 2020 will be: o To reduce the number of victims through a 20% reduction in victim-based crime o To increase recovery from substance misuse dependency by being 5% above the average rate of successful completions from treatment for the core cities in England.

Places: Nottingham City

Strategic Assessment 2016/17 - Crime and Drugs Partnership

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/11/2016
Description

The aim of this Strategic Assessment is to provide Nottingham Crime & Drugs Partnership (CDP) and the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) with an assessment of current, emerging and long-term issues and threats affecting Nottingham. The assessment is refreshed annually in order to review the CDP's priority issues and to help inform the refresh of the PCC's Police and Crime Plan. This assessment will inform the partnership's chosen priorities for 2017/18

Places: Nottingham City

Strategic Assessment 2015/16 - Crime and drugs partnership

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/04/2016
Description

Based on an assessment of threat, risk, harm and the current Partnership response,the analysis highlights the seven biggest priorities for the city as being `other violence', sexual offending, weapon enabled offending, serious and organised crime, domestic violence, drug and alcohol misuse and burglary.

Places: Other

Partnership Plan (2015-20) Crime and drugs partnership (2016/17 refresh)

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/04/2016
Description

The Partnership conducts an annual assessment of crime and substance misuse in Nottingham in order to ensure that we are tackling the community safety issues that have the greatest impact on the city. The assessment looks at levels and patterns of offending and substance misuse so that solutions and interventions can be developed on a robust evidential basis. The assessment includes consultation with communities in order to make sure that we are addressing the issues that matter the most to Nottingham¿s residents.

Places: Other

Strategic Assessment 2014/15 - Crime and drugs partnership

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/04/2015
Description

Based on an assessment of threat, risk, harm and the current Partnership response, the analysis highlights the four biggest priorities for the city as being `Other Violence', Burglary, Drug and Alcohol Misuse and Domestic Violence.

Places: Other

Partnership Plan (2015-20) Crime and drugs partnership

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/04/2015
Description

The Partnership conducts an annual assessment of crime and substance misuse in Nottingham in order to ensure that we are tackling the community safety issues that have the greatest impact on the city. The assessment looks at levels and patterns of offending and substance misuse so that solutions and interventions can be developed on a robust evidential basis. The assessment includes consultation with communities in order to make sure that we are addressing the issues that matter the most to Nottingham¿s residents.

Places: Nottingham City

Strategic Assessment 2013/14 - Crime and drugs partnership

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/04/2014
Description

The aim of this Strategic Assessment is to provide Nottingham Crime and Drugs Partnership (CDP) with an assessment of current, emerging and long-term issues affecting the City with a view to identifying the priority issues for 2014/15. The assessment is based on a long, medium and short-term analysis of various data sources in order to provide a comprehensive overview of performance in the city.

Places: Other

Partnership Plan (2014/15) Crime and drugs partnership

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/04/2014
Description

In order to ensure that we are tackling the community safety issues that you and your community are most concerned about, the Partnership conducts an annual assessment of crime and substance misuse in Nottingham. The assessment looks at levels and patterns of offending and substance misuse so that solutions and interventions can be developed on a robust evidential basis. The assessment includes consultation with communities in order to make sure that we are addressing the issues that matter the most to Nottingham¿s residents

Places: Other

Strategic Assessment 2012/13 - Crime and drugs partnership

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/04/2013
Description

The aim of this Strategic Assessment is to provide Nottingham Crime and Drugs Partnership (CDP) with an assessment of current, emerging and long-term issues affecting the City with a view to identifying the priority issues for 2014/15. The assessment is based on a long, medium and short-term analysis of various data sources in order to provide a comprehensive overview of performance in the city.

Places: Other

Partnership Plan (2013/14) Crime and drugs partnership

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/04/2013
Description

In order to ensure that we are tackling the community safety issues that you and your community are most concerned about, the Partnership conducts an annual assessment of crime and substance misuse in Nottingham. The assessment looks at levels and patterns of offending and substance misuse so that solutions and interventions can be developed on a robust evidential basis. The assessment includes consultation with communities in order to make sure that we are addressing the issues that matter the most to Nottingham¿s residents.

Places: Other

Strategic Assessment 2011/12 - Crime and drugs partnership

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/04/2012
Description

The aim of this Strategic Assessment is to provide Nottingham Crime and Drugs Partnership (CDP) with an assessment of current, emerging and long-term issues affecting the City with a view to identifying the priority issues for 2012/13. The assessment is based on a long, medium and short-term analysis of various data sources in order to provide a comprehensive overview of performance in the city.

Places: Other

Partnership Plan (2012/13) Crime and drugs partnership

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/04/2012
Description

In order to ensure that we are tackling the community safety issues that you and your community are most concerned about, the Partnership conducts an annual assessment of crime and substance misuse in Nottingham. The assessment looks at levels and patterns of offending and substance misuse so that solutions and interventions can be developed on a robust evidential basis. The assessment includes consultation with communities in order to make sure that we are addressing the issues that matter the most to Nottingham¿s residents.

Places: Other