Canny policing for the 21 st century

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Smart policing for the 21 st century Cathy Keeler Head of Campaigns Brake, the street wellbeing philanthropy

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Brake Working to Stop demise and damage on the streets Care for individuals influenced by street crashes

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The police Key partners in working towards these points Traffic police committed to, and energetic about, street security FLOs doing an indispensable part, frequently in troublesome conditions

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Intelligent policing? Could improve… Prioritizing what's imperative Adequate assets Achieving comes about Putting the "client" first

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Intelligent policing? Organizing what's vital Stopping the greatest reason for criminal action creating passings and wounds to the general population Adequate assets Numbers of officers Crash examinations Policing powers Using accessible innovation Achieving comes about Numbers of requirement checks Providing a hindrance to law-breaking Putting the "client" first Ensuring open wellbeing Family contact

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Prioritizing what's critical Stopping the greatest reason for criminal movement bringing on passings and wounds to the general population Road demise is the greatest enemy of 15-19 year olds and the second greatest enemy of more youthful kids Road passing is the greatest "inadvertent" enemy of any age Road crashes cause half of all passings of individuals matured 5-39

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Prioritizing what's essential Road passings are probably going to be turned out to be to be a wrongdoing No official figures gathered Many strengths don't record what number of street passings result in arraignment Estimate = more than half

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Prioritizing what's vital In England and Wales in 2005 2,915 individuals killed on streets 26,357 genuinely harmed on streets ( Road Casualties Great Britain: 2005 , DfT, 2006) 713 manslaughters in addition to 52 passings in the London bombings ( Crime in England and Wales 2005/06 , HO, 2006) Four times however many individuals killed on streets as killed

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Prioritizing what's imperative National Policing Plan (initially distributed 2002) 1 passage on streets policing Under 'lessening worries' about wrongdoing area Not one of primary needs Roads Policing Strategy (initially distributed 2005) Still not some portion of fundamental Policing Plan

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Prioritizing what's vital Brake is calling for… … Roads policing to be added to the four national needs in the National Policing Plan … Targets to be set for key streets policing goals

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Adequate assets Numbers of officers Road crash examinations Policing forces and implementation checks Using accessible innovation (Family contact)

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Adequate assets - quantities of officers Numbers of devoted street policing officers falling 9,201 in 1996-7 7,636 in 2003-4 (HMIC – cited in Hansard , composed answers, 10.01.05: Column 364W )

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Adequate assets - quantities of officers Percentage drop 6.5% in 1990 5.8% in 2000 5% in 2002 ( Road Traffic Law and Enforcement: a main impetus for loss diminishment , PACTS, 1999) ( Traffic Law and its Enforcement , Sixteenth Report of Session 2003-4, Transport Select Committee, House of Commons, 2005)

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Road passing Investigation = days Road open when could reasonably be expected (hours) One or two officers Homicide Investigation = months/years Scene of wrongdoing shut for a considerable length of time/weeks Team of officers Specialist episode room Adequate assets – examination

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Adequate assets –investigation Selby rail fiasco Detailed examination = one of the greatest criminal examinations ever embraced Nearly 1,000 officers 1,216 proclamations taken 1,962 lines of request sought after, including following different drivers 1,985 shows logged 3-week examination of vehicle by groups of specialists, sorting out more than 800 sections to demonstrate no mechanical imperfection Police remaking of trip to demonstrate speeding Examination of telephone and web records to demonstrate tired driving (no rest)

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Adequate assets –investigation Selby rail debacle Depth of examination = definitive calculate conviction of Gary Hart for bringing on death by unsafe driving Not every lethal crash require weeks of meticulous examination keeping in mind the end goal to secure a conviction in court Need to guarantee that risky drivers don't 'escape with it', due to under-resourcing of examinations

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Adequate assets – policing powers Random/focused on authorization checks UK – unrealistic, require motivation to stop driver EU nations/Australia/New Zealand/South Africa – ready to stop and do arbitrary/focused on checks, e.g. drink-driving

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Adequate assets – policing powers New Zealand necessary breath testing requirement battles hypothesis - a few people will in any case chance drinking and driving in the event that they believe there's exclusive an irregular possibility that they will be tried for liquor test each driver on a specific street, as opposed to hauling out autos indiscriminately, or just on the off chance that they are submitting a movement offense if a vehicle passes a checkpoint the driver knows they will dependably be halted and tried checkpoints on conceivable 'rodent runs' Also versatile breath tests when officers see poor driving and taking after accidents – these are the main powers in the UK

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Adequate assets - innovation Using accessible innovation ANPR/speed camera rollout – minority of streets secured Portable PCs with permit holder data (+ connect ups to other significant information) Roadside sedate tests Anecdotal confirmation that financial plans for gear and preparing have been sliced

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Adequate assets Brake is calling for… … More streets policing officers … Powers to complete arbitrary and focused on implementation checks … Adequate assets for preparing, hardware and take off of innovation

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Achieving comes about Numbers of authorization checks Providing an impediment to law-severing Getting unsafe drivers the streets

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Achieving comes about – quantities of checks Lack of routine implementation on our streets Driver conduct Speed, drink, drugs, safety belts, cell phones Vehicle roadworthiness Tires, stack wellbeing Effort at particular times of year – Christmas and summer drink-drive crusades, Road Safety Week

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Achieving comes about – quantities of checks Compare England & Wales Less than 1% of the populace breath tried for drink-driving every year Levels of drink-driving have been expanding as levels of breath-testing has fallen New Zealand 52% of the populace breath tried for drink-driving every year

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Achieving comes about – hindrance to law-breaking Do police really give an obstacle to law-breaking? YES - Brake overviews uncover: 37% of drivers think there is just a one in 10 possibility of being gotten on the off chance that they drink and drive 53% of drivers say they would take more care out and about if there were more movement police

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Achieving comes about Brake is calling for… … A stage change in levels of implementation action … Police nearness on the streets at levels which stop potential culprits

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Putting the "client" first – open wellbeing Putting the "client" first Ensuring open security Family contact

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Putting the "client" first – open security Ensuring open security Local people group shouting out for street security measures – including more requirement Fewer and less activity police have sufficient energy to do proactive instructive work in schools (some volunteer for the FedEx & Brake Road Safety Academy in their extra time)

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Putting the "client" first – family contact Road demise/damage - traumatic, rough, sudden, unforeseen Extreme enthusiastic and physical responses, trouble – require down to earth help and consolation Vulnerable – in stun, enduring traumatic push Unfamiliar systems - require data (and incorporation) police, coroner, criminal, common organ/tissue gift, seeing a body, morgue, after death, burial service, media

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Supporting street crash casualties What may happen in the event that somebody doesn't get the bolster they require? Prohibition from methods Practical issues turn out to be more extraordinary Traumatic anguish and push can form into PTSD, with long haul impacts on emotional well-being and prosperity

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Putting the "client" first – family contact Requirement to bolster street crash casualties, choose FLO CJS Code of Practice for Victims of Crime ACPO Road Death Investigation Manual ACPO Family Liaison Strategy Includes passing out the BrakeCare pack and signposting bolster offices

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Putting the "client" first – family contact The FLO part is key, however… Very few powers give a FLO in instances of genuine damage Not all powers give a FLO in instances of street demise In numerous powers, activity FLOs are over-burden with cases Government subsidizing for BrakeCare pack to be pulled back?

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Putting the "client" first Brake is calling for… … More police engagement with nearby groups about street wellbeing concerns and conceivable implementation arrangements … A statutory necessity for all powers to give FLOs in instances of street passing and genuine harm

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What's the cost? Esteem for cash DfT money saving advantage figures - £1,384,463 per street demise incorporates £907,698 'human costs' 2,915 street passings in England and Wales (2005) = £2,645,939,670 Likely to be under-gauge Cost of damaged individuals to society?

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What's the cost?

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Road Safety Week 'Overlooked Victims' battle Police our Roads crusade Thank you!