Delivering neighbourhood policing in partnership: summary

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Turley, Caroline; Ranns, Helen; Callanan, Meg
Home Office
Date of publication
1 May 2012
Research report; 61
Criminal Justice Services
Social welfare
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This report describes the nature of neighbourhood policing partnerships in six local areas which were identified as having a strongly embedded partnership approach. Case studies of the six areas were conducted between January and August 2010. This study has found that delivering neighbourhood policing in partnership is viewed positively by partners and local residents with one of the potential benefits including perceived opportunities to deliver more efficiently. Successful partnerships had strong leadership and engaged staff; and effective communication and information sharing between partners. Challenges partnerships faced included engaging a wide range of community members; and managing community priorities that didn't match up with those evident from local crime and ASB statistics

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