Agenda and draft minutes

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Appointment of Chair

To appoint a Chair of the Crime and Disorder Joint Scrutiny Committee for the 2019/20 Municipal year.


Councillor Miller was elected as Chair for the 2019/20 municipal year.


Apologies for absence and substitutions


Apologies were received from:


Councillor P Collings (Hart)

Councillor M Smith (Rushmoor).

David Lipscombe – Community Safety Team Leader, Safer North Hampshire

Nerys Jones – Senior Probabtion Officer


Declarations of Interest


There were no declarations of interest.


Urgent Matters

To consider any items of business, other than those shown on this agenda and which, by reason of special circumstances to be stated at the meeting, in the opinion of the Chair, should be considered at the meeting as a matter of urgency.


There were no urgent matters.


Minutes of the meeting held on 11 October 2018 pdf icon PDF 220 KB

The chair will move that the minutes of the meeting be signed as a correct record.  The only part of the minutes that can be discussed is their accuracy,


The minutes of the meeting held on 11 October 2018 were confirmed as a correct record and signed by the Chair.


In response to a question relating to the minutes regarding street pastors in Basingstoke, the Chair of the Community Safety Partnership (CSP) clarified that the minute related to a discussion about joint working with street pastors in Basingstoke being slightly different to that of street pastors in Hart and Rushmoor and how that joint working could be applied in Hart and Rushmoor to make improvements.




Performance review of Safer North Hampshire Strategic Community Safety Partnership 2018-19 pdf icon PDF 365 KB

This report presents an overview of the performance of the Strategic Safer North Hampshire Community Safety Partnership. It is presented for consideration by the Crime and Disorder Joint Scrutiny Committee, comprising members from Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council, Hart District Council and Rushmoor Borough Council, which was set up in accordance with section 19 of the Police and Justice Act 2006.


Additional documents:


The committee considered the report which provided an overview of the performance of the Strategic Safer North Hampshire Community Partnership.


The Chair of the CSP introduced the report and highlighted the timeframe and priorities of the review.   He stated that priorities for 2018/19 were informed by issues identified in the Strategic Assessment 2017/18 and those priorities linked with the Police and Crime Plan priorities to work as a partnership rather than looking at the specific work of each partner.  He stated that the report had been changed this year to provide partner priority feedback proformas which set out how each partner had contributed with the work they achieved against the Safer North Hampshire priorities which would assist the committee to scrutinise the partnership as a whole rather than individual agencies.


The committee discussed the Strategic Assessment 2018/19.


Comment was made that it was not clear how successful the 2018/19 strategy had been as whilst information had been provided to capture the work that had been undertaken there was no data for the later period. In order to scrutinise the whole cycle, the committee needed to know what the achievements were.


Officers clarified that the data was compared to during the 18/19 strategic assessment where it looked back and the 18/19 proforma was reviewed.  It was suggested that it would be useful to provide an update on the data currently available compared to past data.


The Community Safety Manager explained the process for gathering and analysing the data from a broad range of agencies to inform the priorities of the CSP for the coming year where recommendations would be made on successes in the past.  She explained that it was the first year that the agencies had provided proformas which could be used to look back to measure outcomes and success and which could be used to inform the strategic assessment in future years and measure how successful it had been. 


Comment was raised about the length of time that the data referred to and it was suggested that more recent data could be provided such as the monthly updates that each authority received for its area.


It was explained that a complete cycle of data capture, data review, assessing the priorities and review of the delivery was necessary to fully scrutinise the whole process. Officers agreed to investigate the possibility of an interim assessment that could inform the scrutiny of the full year cycle.


The Community Safety Manager explained that the assessment was a document that enabled a response to intelligence rather than any other means.  The identified priorities year on year were similar.  The monthly updates were a means to identify current trends that needed to be responded to.  The Chair of the CSP suggested that data could be provided as part of the measurable outcomes on each of the proformas which would provide a trend and identify whether action that had been taken had an impact or a narrative to explain the data.


The committee discussed the proforma’s  ...  view the full minutes text for item 6/19