Outlined in the Policing Vision 2025, the local policing reform strand aims to proactively prevent crime to protect vulnerable citizens and communities from harm.
Reforms to local policing will provide the public with policing services that are aligned and better integrated with other local public services.
By its very nature, the provision of local policing is specific to the needs of communities and citizens in a geographic location. Currently, the Police Transformation Fund is supporting several innovative multi-agency projects to protect the public in neighbourhoods across the country, that are:
Our Vision for local policing will give communities a more responsive policing service that is equipped to deter, detect and prevent crime more effectively.
The local policing sub-board reports to the Police Reform and Transformation Board and is chaired by Police and Crime Commissioner for Northumbria, Dame Vera Baird, QC. The sub-board oversees and supports the realisation of the outcomes for the local policing reform strand in the Policing Vision 2025.