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and Welfare Survey 2016 Thames Valley Police January 2017

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3. CAPACITY 3.1. MINIMUM

3. CAPACITY 3.1. MINIMUM OFFICER STAFFING We asked respondents whether or not their team or unit has a minimum officer staffing level and 80% of respondents from Thames Valley Police indicated that their team or unit had a minimum officer staffing level. Among respondents whose team or unit had a minimum officer staffing level, 12% indicated that this level was achieved never or rarely. 3.2. OFFICER STAFFING ARRANGEMENTS Respondents were asked whether they had been told how officer staffing levels in their team/unit were determined and whether they felt it was effective. 62% of respondents from Thames Valley Police indicated that they had not been told how officer staffing levels are determined, whilst 71% disagreed or strongly disagreed that the way officer staffing levels are determined seems to be effective. An additional set of statements were developed for this survey to assess aspects of capacity to meet job demands. Results for Thames Valley Police are below. Figure 3. Thames Valley Police: Capacity to deal with workload % respondents 48 38 7 7 1 33 42 15 9 1 43 38 13 6

4. WORK PATTERNS 4.1. SHIFTS Respondents were invited to indicate which of broad shift patterns they typically worked (indicated in Figure 4) and, to the nearest hour, how long their shifts are supposed to last. Figure 4. Thames Valley Police: Shift rotation 55 2% of respondents from Thames Valley Police reported their formal shift duration was more than the 8-10 hours advised by the Health and Safety Executive vii and the Police Negotiating Board. viii % respondents 25 15 5 1 4.2. SINGLE CREWING Rotating shift pattern including nights Rotating shift pattern excluding nights Fixed day shifts (between 6am and 6pm) Among respondents from Thames Valley Police, for whom this item was applicable (N=403), 66% reported being single crewed either often or always over the previous 12 month period, this can be compared with 73% of respondents from the national sample. Other Fixed evening/night shifts (between 6pm and 6am) 4.3. BREAKS, REST DAYS AND ANNUAL LEAVE 59% of respondents from Thames Valley Police were never or rarely able to take their full rest break entitlement, and 65% reported having had two or more rest days cancelled in the previous 12 month period. 30% of respondents from Thames Valley Police told us that they have not been able to take their full annual leave entitlement in the previous 12 month period. Welfare Survey 2016 Thames Valley Police Research and Policy Support Mary Elliott-Davies 7 R101/2016

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