Police & Crime Commissioner Consultations

 

 

 

 

March 2019 consultations

This month, we have two consultations that you can respond to.  Run by central government, the results will have an impact on Hampshire Constabulary’s work, as well as that of the PCC.

Policing Inspection Programme
and Framework

The government want the public’s views on new emerging problems in or for policing, and on the proposed inspections and ways that HMICFRS could adapt to acquire information.

This consultation seeks your views on the following proposals:

  1. Are there any significant new or emerging problems in or for policing which HMICFRS should take into account in its effectiveness, efficiency and legitimacy inspections?
  2. Do the proposed thematic inspections of counter-terrorism, older people in the criminal justice system, cyber-crime, child protection and crime data integrity cover areas that are of most concern to you at the moment?
  3. How else could HMICFRS adapt the way in which it acquires information, to take account of current circumstances and risks to public safety?

 

This survey closes at 5pm on 11 March 2019.
Please click on the link below to take survey

 

Tackling Homelessness Together

Across our policing area in the last year, homelessness has increased, particularly in Southampton, Portsmouth, Fareham, and Basingstoke.

Central government are currently seeking views on how they could improve local accountability for the delivery of homelessness services in England.

They want to know what you think about

  • the effectiveness of existing non-statutory and statutory local accountability and partnership structures in homelessness services
  • whether the government should introduce Homelessness Reduction Boards and, if so, how this could be done most effectively
  • how else they might improve local accountability and partnership working in homelessness services

 

This consultation closes at 11:45pm on 16 May 2019.

Please click on the link below to take survey

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/HomelessnessCon19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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