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Prioritising Policing Demand in Cambridgeshire

Prioritising Policing Demand in Cambridgeshire

The Cambridgeshire Constabulary Risk Management Policy sets the risk tolerance at a score of 13 (moderate risk). Therefore:

For functions facing a substantial or higher demand risk, activities focus on:

  • Improving capacity and/or capability;
  • Improving efficiency through business change;
  • Reducing current and/or future demand;
  • Transferring current and/or future demand to functions or agencies that are better able to manage it;
  • Accepting and documenting the risk.

For functions facing a low or moderate demand risk, activities focus on:

  • Maintaining capacity and capability to manage current and future demand.

 

Table 2

Table 2 maps local (PCC or force) and national (SPR) priorities against the SDA demand risk outcomes. In principle, functions that both (1) are a local and/or SPR priority and (2) face a substantial or higher demand risk will receive priority attention.

Business change and demand management activities will focus on these functions to more effectively manage current and future demand. In contrast, the force’s effectiveness to manage current and future demands in functions falling outside of local and/or national priorities may be deprioritised, to support the focus on more critical services.

2020/21 priority functions for demand management activities

Table 2 - 2020/21 priority functions
Demand riskRisk scoreFunctionForce priority(marked with X)PCC priority(marked with X)SPR priority(marked with X)
Critical n/a No functions within this category n/a n/a n/a
Severe 21 I1.3 Geographic Policing (Investigations) PIP2 (Professionalising
Investigation Programme level2) Detectives
X X n/a
Severe 20 R4.2 Geographic Policing (Response) Prompt calls, particularly Domestic Abuse related  X X n/a
Substantial 17 I1 Geographic Policing   (Investigations) X X n/a
Substantial 17 S2 Geographic Policing (Child Abuse) X X X
Substantial 17 O1 Geographic Policing   - Neighbourhoods (High Harm Functions) X X n/a
Substantial 17 E6 JPS Roads Policing n/a X n/a
Substantial 17 F1.5 Strategic Analysis Team n/a X n/a
Substantial 17 T4.2 Operational Learning  n/a n/a n/a
Substantial 16 T3 BCH Professional Standards n/a n/a n/a
Substantial 16 T3.1 Conduct and Complaints n/a n/a n/a
Substantial 16 T3.2 Anti-Corruption Unit n/a n/a n/a
Substantial 16 I2 Investigation Standards X n/a n/a
Substantial 16 S1 Geographic Policing (Domestic Abuse)  X n/a n/a
Substantial 16 C1 Intelligence and Specialist Crime Dept (Intelligence management) X n/a n/a
Substantial 16 C2 Intelligence and Specialist Crime Dept (Specialist Crime)  X n/a X
Substantial 16 C4 Geographic Policing   Neighbourhoods (High Harm functions – Organised Crime Group (OCG) management)  X X X
Substantial 16 E2 JPS Operational Support Unit n/a n/a n/a
Substantial 13 I9 Eastern Regional Specialist Operations Units
(ERSOU)
X X X

 

 


 

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