What is the Police and Crime Plan?
The Police and Crime Plan focuses on the key areas the force will be expected to deliver on – issues that matter to local people, alongside other national policing requirements.
The policing priorities for North Wales are:
Delivering safer neighbourhoods
- Tackle and prevent rural and wildlife crime
- Improve the efficiency and effectiveness of police officers and police staff
- Improve road safety
Supporting victims and communities
- Tackle and prevent domestic abuse and sexual violence
- Safeguard vulnerable people including children
- Tackle and prevent cybercrime
- Establish a victims panel
- Tackle and prevent Hate Crime
Fair and effective Criminal Justice System
- Introduce a North Wales Female Offender Strategy
- Increase the use of Restorative Justice
- Support and protect children and young people and divert them away from the Criminal Justice System
- Address the root causes of offending and support the rehabilitation ofpeople who have offended
Key National Priorities for Policing
An explanation will be provided of the Force’s contribution and performance to achieving improvements against the key national policing priorities.
The national policing priorities are:
- Reduce murder and other homicides
- Reduce serious violence
- Disrupt drugs supply and county lines
- Reduce neighbourhood crime
- Tackle cyber crime
- Improve satisfaction among victims with a particular focus on victims of domestic abuse
Additional information on the key national policing priorities can be found by accessing the links below:
At present the performance against the key national policing priorities is not yet available as we are awaiting national publication but it will be published as soon as it is received.
The Police and Crime Commissioner has written a Police and Crime Plan.
The Plan sets out the most important things that North Wales Police need to do.
The Plan looks at how North Wales Police will deal with the things that are important to the people who live in North Wales. The Plan also looks at how North Wales Police will follow national rules on policing.
Policing objectives for North Wales
- Police and Crime Plan 2021
- Police and Crime Plan 2021 (Easy Read)
- Police and Crime Panel's report on the new Plan 2021
Progress made in meeting the objectives within the Police and Crime Plan
- Annual Report 2022-23 and Police and Crime Panel's Report
- Annual Report 2021-22 and Police and Crime Panel's Report
- Annual Report 2020-21 and Police and Crime Panel's Report
Reports on service provision, performance assessments and operational assessment
- Ensuring an efficient and effective complaints process
- Strategic Executive Board
- Police and Crime Panel
Reports by external inspectors and auditors
- HMIC reports and the Police and Crime Commissioner's responses under Section 55 of the Police Act 1996
- Latest HMIC Peel reports
- Wales Audit Office (Joint Audit Committee)
- Internal audit (Joint Audit Committee)
Statistical information provided to the Police and Crime Commissioner
- Performance reports and statistical information (Strategic Executive Board and Police and Crime Panel)
Privacy Impact Assessments
- If any privacy impact assessment are undertaken they will be published subject to exemptions of the Freedom of Information Act 2000