The beyond policing role of the Commission not only refers to the commissioned services he funds to support those affected by crime but also to the work with partners across the local justice system, supporting those partners in their endeavour to offer the best service possible to the public.
In order to achieve this, I work with a number of different partners, whom you can find more about here.
The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Local Criminal Justice Board (LCJB) brings together agencies with responsibility for delivering criminal justice services for communities in Hampshire and Isle of Wight with a common purpose, specific aims, clear direction and shared accountability.
SafetyNet+ is a secure partnership database for information sharing, joint risk management and problem solving for multi-agency work across Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton.
The Commissioner’s Performance and Information Team have created dashboards of data, which form part of the Community Safety Partnership project and are based on public figures.
Integrated Offender Management (IOM) is a partnership approach to managing offenders whose crimes cause damage and harm locally. The outcome is safer, more vibrant and thriving communities, achieved through reducing re-offending and supporting people to live crime free lives.
The IOM partnership includes the Police and Crime Commissioner, Hampshire Constabulary, the Community Rehabilitation Company, the Society of St James, Community Safety Partnerships, the National Probation Service, prison, housing, drug and alcohol services, mental health services, domestic abuse services, counselling services, debt management advice, education, employment and training and many more.
The Safer Hampshire Business Partnership brings together businesses, professional organisations, police, and public sector support agencies.
Modern Slavery is real. It is happening in our communities. An unseen crime, it hides in take-away restaurants, hotels, car washes, nail bars and private homes.