During the summer months of 2016, Ron Hogg consulted with members of the public at numerous engagement events throughout County Durham and Darlington. The consultation closed on 30 September 2016. People's views have been considered and, where possible, included in Ron's Plan.
View the Police, Crime and Victims' Plan 2016-21
Ron's new Police, Crime and Victims’ Plan for 2016-21, published on 7 November 2016, sets objectives for the Chief Constable of Durham Constabulary, and also for the PCVC’s Office working in collaboration with partners.
Key changes to the previous Plan include three key aims, which are:
- to inspire confidence in the police and criminal justice system,
- support victims and the vulnerable, and
- tackle crime and keep our communities safe.
These aims are underpinned by a number of approaches, objectives and outcomes which are set to deliver the Plan.
The summary of responses can be viewed further down the page.
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Summary of Responses
Ron has published a summary of the consultation responses which you can view below. This shows what was said by the public during the consultation on the draft Plan, and how Ron responded:
Monitoring the Plan
Ron holds monthly meetings with the Chief Constable and his Executive Team so that he can monitor police performance and ask the questions needed to evaluate performance against the objectives set in the Police, Crime and Victims' Plan.
You can view Ron's user-friendly Public Performance Report, which he published four times a year. Please visit the Performance page for further details.
Police and Crime Panel
Please visit the Police and Crime Panel page for furher information about their role in approving Ron's Police, Crime and Victims' Plan.
Ron has also published the correspondence in regards to the development of the Police, Crime and Victims' Plan, which can be viewed on the Police and Crime Panel webpage.