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E District Policing Plan 2009-2010 - Police Service of Northern Ireland

E District

Policing Plan 2009-2010


CONTENTS

Foreword by the District Commander 3

Armagh 4

Foreword of Armagh DPP Chairman 5

Foreword of Armagh Area Commander 5

Local Policing Plan 6

Contact Details 8

Map of Armagh 9

Banbridge 10

Foreword of Banbridge DPP Chairman 11

Foreword of Banbridge Area Commander 11

Local Policing Plan 12

Contact Details 14

Map of Banbridge 15

Craigavon 16

Foreword of Craigavon DPP Chairman 17

Foreword of Craigavon Area Commander 17

Local Policing Plan 18

Contact Details 20

Map of Craigavon 21

Newry and Mourne 22

Foreword of Newry and Mourne DPP Chairman 23

Foreword of Newry and Mourne Area Commander 23

Local Policing Plan 24

Contact Details 26

Map of Newry and Mourne 27


Foreword by the District Commander

Welcome to the third annual policing plan for 'E' district comprising of the

council areas of Armagh, Banbridge, Craigavon and Newry & Mourne.

This plan, and the objectives outlined within it, are the result of

consultations between communities, the District Policing Partnerships and

police, and is designed to ensure we meet your needs, in your areas,

across 'E' district.

My team includes Area Commanders who work to deliver local policing at

a local level. These Area Commanders and their staff will engage directly

with District Policing Partnerships, public representatives and local

communities to design and deliver the solutions aimed at achieving the

objectives within the plan and will provide you with reports on their

progress throughout the year using our accountability structures through

local District Policing Partnerships.

I am happy to report, that in addition to our successes of last year, this

year has again been a positive one in terms of policing performance.

Whilst other challenges lie ahead, my team and I are committed to making

best use of all local policing resources and working together to achieve our

aim of making Rural South East District an even safer place to live, work

and visit.

Alan Todd

Chief Superintendent

District Commander

E District

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Armagh

Photo courtesy of Armagh Council

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Foreword by Armagh DPP Chairman

This year it has been a privilege to have been the Chairman of Armagh

District Policing Partnership (DPP) working alongside the other members,

both political and independent, to help to shape policing in the Armagh

City and District area.

The involvement of the community is vital to the success of the work we

carry out and I would like to take this opportunity to thank members of the

public who have engaged with us, given us their views and taken part in

consultation we have carried out. We hope to build on this work in the

year to come.

The results of the public consultation we have carried out in the past year

have indicated that people in the Armagh area would like the police to

concentrate on speeding and road safety issues, underage drinking and

drugs issues, attacks on the elderly and domestic burglary. These are the

issues that most concern people in the district and Armagh DPP will

continue to work towards monitoring how local police address them.

Councillor Darren McNally

Armagh DPP Chairman

Foreword by Armagh Area Commander

I am pleased to present the Armagh Local Policing Plan for 2009 - 2010. It

has been produced following consultation with a wide range of partners

and the Community and I believe it reflects the key issues relevant to the

people of the Area.

Whilst we will continue to tackle crime, this year's plan also concentrates

on addressing local issues that reduce communities' quality of life and

affect how safe they feel. This approach recognises that meeting the

communities' realistic expectations in terms of the service they receive

from thier local police is as important as the reduction in crime or increase

in the number of persons detected for crime.

We look forward to delivering this plan in partnership with the District

Policing Partnership and communities of Armagh, and firmly believe that it

is only by working in partnership that the best results, and public

confidence, can be achieved.

Ken Mawhinney

Chief Inspector

Area Commander Armagh

Armagh

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Armagh Policing Plan

Objective Performance Indicator Target

1. In partnership with the

community and other

agencies, to make

communities and

neighbourhoods safe and

feel safe.

1.1 The number of recorded

crimes.

1.3 The number of domestic

burglaries

1.1.2 To reduce the number

of crimes recorded in line

with service targets. (1)

1.3.2 To reduce the number

of domestic burglaries in

line with service targets. (1)

1.5 The number of incidents

of anti-social behaviour.

1.5.1 To reduce the number

of incidents of anti-social

behaviour to ensure a 15%

reduction by 31/03/11. (2)

1.6 The number of recorded

incidents of criminal

damage

1.6. 2 To reduce the

number of recorded

incidents of criminal

damage in line with service

targets. (1)

1.7 The number of people

killed or seriously injured on

the road

1.7.1 To contribute to

reducing the number of

people killed or seriously

injured on the road (1)

2. To continue to build,

broaden and sustain

confidence in the police

2.4 The percentage of

recorded crimes cleared

2.4.1 To increase the

clearance rate by 3% points

(3)

3.0 To ensure that Policing

with the Community is at

the core of delivery of the

policing service

3.1 Implementation of the

five principles of Policing

with the Community:

Service delivery

• Partnership

• Problem solving

• Empowerment

• Accountability

3.1.3 To ensure that

Neighbourhood Officers

work at least 80% of their

duty hours on

neighbourhood policing

duties

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Footnotes

1. Reductions will represent the Area’s contribution to the service wide reduction and

the annual milestone for this indicator will be confirmed when the 2008/09 crime

statistics are released in May 2009.

2. Target measured against 2007/08 data.

3. Targets will be measured against performance achieved during 2008/09.

Armagh

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Armagh Contact Details

Chief Superintendent Todd

District Commander

‘E’ District

Lurgan PSNI Station

0845 600 8000

Alan.Todd@psni.pnn.police.uk

Superintendent Shields

Community Safety Manager

‘E’ District

Lurgan PSNI Station

0845 600 8000

Pauline.Shields@psni.pnn.police.uk

Superintendent

Operations Manager

‘E’ District

Lurgan PSNI Station

0845 600 8000

Chief Inspector Ken Mawhinney

Area Commander

Armagh Police Station

1-2 City View, Newry Road, Armagh, BT60 1EP

(028) 37523311

Armagh@psni.police.uk

Keady Police Station

38 Davis Street, Keady, BT60 3RS

0845 600 8000

Tandragee Police station

10 Armagh Road, Tandragee, BT62 2AY

0845 600 8000

DPP Manager

Armagh City and District Council

Palace Demesne, Armagh, BT60 4EL

(028) 37529646

dpp@armagh.gov.uk

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ARMAGH

Armagh

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Banbridge

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Foreword by Banbridge DPP Chairman

On behalf of Banbridge DPP, we again welcome the opportunity to shape

the local Policing Plan for the Banbridge District on behalf of local

communities, groups and individuals who want to have a say in the local

policing service that they receive. The Area Commander has a challenging

year ahead in terms of addressing targets including domestic burglary and

anti-social behaviour which can have such an impact of our own feelings

of safety and that of our communities. There are also challenges in terms

of maintaining the year on year reductions against other targets which we

have enjoyed in this District. The 4 Neighbourhood Policing Teams have a

critical role to play in helping to address local crime and policing issues as

well as working with the whole community to help prevent and reduce

crime. Banbridge DPP will be both robust in it’s remit to monitor local

police performance whilst supporting any activities which help to make our

local communities and the District as a whole a safer place to live and

work.

Councillor Junior McCrum

Banbridge DPP Chairman

Foreword by Banbridge Area Commander

I am pleased to present this, my first, Local Policing plan for Banbridge.

This Local Plan focuses on key issues identified by the local community as

a result of consultation conducted by the District Policing Partnership.

My aim is clear, to continue to provide an effective and efficient policing

service, making Banbridge safer through professional, progressive policing

in partnership with the District Policing Partnership, other agencies and the

wider community. We, the police do not work alone in this, we need and

value the support of the whole community to make the Banbridge Area

safer for everyone.

I and my staff look forward to challenges before us, and look to you in

assisting us with them. Together we can make a difference.

Ken Mawhinney

Chief Inspector

Area Commander Banbridge

Banbridge

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Banbridge Policing Plan

Objective Performance Indicator Target

1. In partnership with the

community and other

agencies, to make

communities and

neighbourhoods safe and

feel safe.

1.1 The number of recorded

crimes.

1.3 The number of domestic

burglaries

1.1.2 To reduce the number

of crimes recorded in line

with service targets. (1)

1.3.2 To reduce the number

of domestic burglaries in

line with service targets. (1)

1.5 The number of incidents

of anti-social behaviour.

1.5.1 To reduce the number

of incidents of anti-social

behaviour to ensure a 15%

reduction by 31/03/11. (2)

1.6 The number of recorded

incidents of criminal

damage

1.6. 2 To reduce the

number of recorded

incidents of criminal

damage in line with service

targets. (1)

1.7 The number of people

killed or seriously injured on

the road

1.7.1 To contribute to

reducing the number of

people killed or seriously

injured on the road (1)

2. To continue to build,

broaden and sustain

confidence in the police

2.4 The percentage of

recorded crimes cleared

2.4.1 To increase the

clearance rate by 3% points

(3)

3.0 To ensure that Policing

with the Community is at

the core of delivery of the

policing service

3.1 Implementation of the

five principles of Policing

with the Community:

Service delivery

• Partnership

• Problem solving

• Empowerment

• Accountability

3.1.3 To ensure that

Neighbourhood Officers

work at least 80% of their

duty hours on

neighbourhood policing

duties

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Footnotes

1. Reductions will represent the Area’s contribution to the service wide reduction and

the annual milestone for this indicator will be confirmed when the 2008/09 crime

statistics are released in May 2009.

2. Target measured against 2007/08 data.

3. Targets will be measured against performance achieved during 2008/09.

Banbridge

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Banbridge Contact Details

Chief Superintendent Todd

District Commander

‘E’ District

Lurgan PSNI Station

0845 600 8000

Alan.Todd@psni.pnn.police.uk

Superintendent Shields

Community Safety Manager

‘E’ District

Lurgan PSNI Station

0845 600 8000

Pauline.Shields@psni.pnn.police.uk

Superintendent

Operations Manager

‘E’ District

Lurgan PSNI Station

0845 600 8000

Chief Inspector Ken Mawhinney

Area Commander

Banbridge Police station

14 Castlewellan Road, Banbridge, Co Down, BT32 4AX

0845 600 8000

Mini com ( Phone for the Deaf) 028 4062 1371

Banbridge@psni.police.uk

Gilford Community Police Team

0845 600 8000

Dromore Community Police Team

Regent House, Banbridge Road, Dromore, BT25 1AD

0845 600 8000

Rathfriland Community Police Team

18B Downpatrick Street, Rathfriland, BT34 5DG

0845 600 8000

Banbridge DPP Manager

Civic Building

Downshire Road, Banbridge, BT32 3JY

dpp@banbridge.gov.uk

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BANBRIDGE

Banbridge

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Craigavon

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Foreword by Craigavon DPP Chairman

One of the statutory responsibilities of Fermanagh District Policing As

outgoing Chairman of Craigavon District Policing Partnership, I am

delighted to contribute to the Local Policing Plan for 2009/10

The plan has been drawn up by the Area Commander in consultation with

the public and members of the District Policing Partnership. I would like to

express my acknowledgement to those members of the public who have

attended our meetings and participated in this consultation process. This

work has been especially instrumental in guiding the DPP on what policing

issues are important for different sections of the community and has been

used to guide the development of the local policing plan.

The DPP will now monitor the local police against the targets included in

the plan in line with their statutory roles and responsibilities.

I am very pleased with the increasing level of public interest in the work of

the DPP and we will endeavour to continue to build effective relationships

with the PSNI and the wider public to address crime in Craigavon.

Alderman Samuel Gardiner

DPP Chairman

Craigavon DPP

Foreword by Craigavon Area Commander

The Craigavon Policing Plan for 2009-2010 will provide policing with an

essential focus on the issues that affect the lives of our communities. It has

been compiled following a wide ranging community consultation and I am

grateful to those who contributed to this process.

The targets are challenging, but I am confident that tackling these issues

will have a very positive impact on those who live, work and socialise in

Craigavon. But policing alone cannot achieve this, and we remain

committed to working with our communities, statutory partners and the

voluntary sector to provide long-term solutions to the problems identified.

My officers, including the newly established Neighbourhood Policing

teams have already had a positive impact on crime and anti-social

behaviour. In the forthcoming year, we will continue to enhance our

policing style to enable us to provide a quality service.

Jason Murphy

Chief Inspector

Area Commander Craigavon

Craigavon

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Craigavon Policing Plan

Objective Performance Indicator Target

1. In partnership with the

community and other

agencies, to make

communities and

neighbourhoods safe and

feel safe.

2. To continue to build,

broaden and sustain

confidence in the police

3.0 To ensure that Policing

with the Community is at

the core of delivery of the

policing service

1.1 The number of recorded

crimes.

1.3 The number of more

serious violent crimes

1.5 The number of incidents

of anti-social behaviour.

1.6 The number of recorded

incidents of criminal

damage

1.7 The number of people

killed or seriously injured on

the road

1.9 The numbers of persons

charged or reported for

drugs supply offences

2.4 The percentage of

recorded crimes cleared

2.6 The number of nonemergency

telephone calls

unanswered at enquiry

offices

3.1 Implementation of the

five principles of Policing

with the Community:

Service delivery

• Partnership

• Problem solving

• Empowerment

• Accountability

1.1. 2 To reduce the number

of crimes recorded in line

with service targets. (1)

1.3.2 To reduce the number

of more serious violent

crimes in line with service

targets. (1)

1.5.1 To reduce the number

of incidents of anti-social

behaviour to ensure a 15%

reduction by 31/03/11. (2)

1.6.2 To reduce the number

of recorded incidents of

criminal damage in line with

service targets. (1)

1.7.1 To contribute to

reducing the number of

people killed or seriously

injured on the road (3)

1.9.1 To increase the

number of persons charged

or reported for supplying

controlled drugs (3)

2.4.1 To increase the

clearance rate by 3% points

(3)

2.6.1 To establish a baseline

of the number of nonemergency

telephone calls

unanswered at enquiry

offices (3)

3.1.3 To ensure that

Neighbourhood Officers

work at least 80% of their

duty hours on

neighbourhood policing

duties

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Footnotes

1. Reductions will represent the Area’s contribution to the service wide reduction and

the annual milestone for this indicator will be confirmed when the 2008/09 crime

statistics are released in May 2009.

2. Target measured against 2007/08 data.

3. Targets will be measured against performance achieved during 2008/09.

Craigavon

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Craigavon Contact Details

Chief Superintendent Todd

District Commander

‘E’ District

Lurgan PSNI Station

0845 600 8000

Alan.Todd@psni.pnn.police.uk

Superintendent Shields

Community Safety Manager

‘E’ District

Lurgan PSNI Station

0845 600 8000

Pauline.Shields@psni.pnn.police.uk

Superintendent

Operations Manager

‘E’ District

Lurgan PSNI Station

0845 600 8000

Chief Inspector Jason Murphy

Area Commander

Lurgan Police station

0845 600 8000

Brownlow Police station

0845 600 8000

Portadown Police station

0845 600 8000

Craigavon@psni.police.uk

Minicom (Phone for Deaf) 028383 15268

DPP Manager

Alison Clenaghan

The Civic Centre

Lakeview Road, Craigavon, BT64 1AL

028 38312587

dppm@craigavon.gov.uk

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CRAIGAVON

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Newry and Mourne

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Foreword by Newry and Mourne DPP Chairman

As Chair of Newry and Mourne District Policing Partnership I am pleased to

endorse the 2009/2010 Local Policing Plan. The DPP are tasked with the job of

holding the police to account through monitoring police performance, and

asking questions if the PSNI don't meet the policing targets set out in the

Local Policing Plan. We do this at our quarterly meetings which are held

publicly, and which everyone with an interest in policing is invited to attend.

Newry and Mourne DPP helps to shape the targets outlined in this plan by

carrying out consultation on an annual basis,and providing the results to the

Area Commander for consideration in developing the targets for the Local

Policing Plan. DPP members have consulted with their local communities and

the policing concerns raised are reflected in the plan.

On behalf of Newry and Mourne DPP I wish to thank Area Commander Sam

Cordner and his officers for the policing service they provide to the community

in this District. I also wish to thank everyone in the community who has

supported the work of the DPP, and to assure you that we will continue to

work to ensure that you receive the policing service you are entitled to.

Councillor Josephine O Hare

DPP Chairperson.

Foreword by Newry and Mourne Area Commander

This Local Policing Plan outlines our key policing priorities for the coming year.

It has been compiled in consultation and liaison with our local District Policing

Partnership, other key stakeholders and the wider community. It is designed

and intended to address the concerns and wishes of the whole community

regarding local policing issues. It is based on the results of local community

consultation conducted right across the Newry and Mourne Area. It takes

cognisance of other local policing issues, which my officers and I have

identified on the basis of analysis and experience of delivering local policing.

The plan contains specific performance indicators, which will be used to

monitor local police performance in the year ahead.

This plan will inform and drive all police activity within this area. My clear aim

is to continue to provide an effective and efficient policing service, making

Newry and Mourne safer through professional, progressive policing. This will

focus on Community Safety, the reduction of crime and the fear of crime

promoting improved public confidence and reassurance.

My command team, officers and support staff remain fully committed to

providing this community with the highest standards of policing.

Sam Cordner

Chief Inspector

Area Commander Newry & Mourne

Newry and Mourne

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Newry and Mourne Policing Plan

Objective Performance Indicator Target

1. In partnership with the

community and other

agencies, to make

communities and

neighbourhoods safe and

feel safe

1.3 The number of domestic

burglaries.

1.4 The availability of illegal

drugs

1.3.2 To reduce the number

of domestic burglaries in

line with service targets (1)

1.4.2 To increase the

number of persons charged

or reported for drugs supply

offences (3)

1.5 Number of incidents of

anti-social behaviour.

1.5.2 To reduce the total

number of incidents of antisocial

behaviour by 5% (4)

1.7 Number of people killed

or seriously injured on the

road

1.7.1 To reduce the number

of people killed or seriously

injured on the road (3)

1.9 The number of vehicle

crimes

1.9.1 To reduce the number

of vehicle crimes by 3% (2)

1.10 The number of

seizures of counterfeit

goods/illegal fuel

1.10.1 To increase the

number of seizures of

counterfeit goods/illegal

fuel (3)

3. To ensure that Policing

with the Community is at

the core of delivery of the

policing service

3.1 Implementation of the

five principles of Policing

with the Community:

Service delivery

• Partnership

• Problem solving

• Empowerment

• Accountability

3.1.3 To ensure that

Neighbourhood

Officers work at least 80%

of their duty hours on

neighbourhood policing

duties

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Footnotes

1. Reduction will represent the areas contribution to the service wide reduction and the

annual milestone for this indicator will be confirmed when the 2008/09 crime statistics

are released in May 2009

2. Includes theft of/from Vehicles

3. Targets will be measured against performance achieved during 2008/09.

4. Target measured against 2007/08 data – (Further reduction of 5% against 2008/2009

figures)

Newry and Mourne

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Newry and Mourne Contact Details

Chief Superintendent Todd

District Commander

‘E’ District

Lurgan PSNI Station

0845 600 8000

Alan.Todd@psni.pnn.police.uk

Superintendent Shields

Community Safety Manager

‘E’ District

Lurgan PSNI Station

0845 600 8000

Pauline.Shields@psni.pnn.police.uk

Superintendent

Operations Manager

‘E’ District

Lurgan PSNI Station

0845 600 8000

Chief Inspector Sam Cordner

Area Commander

Ardmore Police Station

Tel: 0845 600 8000

Bessbrook Police Station

7 Convent Hill, Bessbrook, BT35 7AW

0845 600 8000

Newtownhamilton Police Station

2 Newry Street, Newtownhamilton, BT35 0AB

0845 600 8000

Crossmaglen Police Station

3 Cullaville Road, Crossmaglen, BT35 9AG

0845 600 8000

Kilkeel Police Station

50 Newry Street, Kilkeel, BT34 4DN

0845 600 8000

Warrenpoint Police Station

26 Charlotte Street, Warrenpoint, BT34 3LE

0845 600 8000

newryandmourne@psni.pnn.police.uk

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