Publications

Policies

Publications issued by me include:

Strategy

Commissioning Framework 2017 – 2018

Strategic Equality Plan 2017 – 2021 – Equality Impact Assessment

Equality Impact Assessment

The 2017-21 Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Plan

Police and Crime Plan – Easy Read Version

Police and Crime Plan – BSL Version

The 2013-18 Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Plan

Estate Strategy (July 2014) – How the police landscape of Dyfed-Powys is to change to develop a force more in tune with modern public needs. Launch

Annual Reports

Commissioner 2016-17 A summary of my work during the financial year, including progress against Police and Crime Plan priorities, financial information and key decisions.

Commissioner 2015-16 A summary of my work during the financial year, including progress against Police and Crime Plan priorities, financial information and key decisions.

Commissioner 2014-15 A summary of my work during the financial year, including progress against Police and Crime Plan priorities, financial information and key decisions. Text only

 

 

By Law

Elected Local Policing Bodies Order Timetable of Requirements Excel A list of the information I must publish by law, with details of how this is being achieved. It includes the need for detail about office holders, staff, income and expenditure, property, rights and liabilities, decisions and policies.

Research and Guidance

CCTV Guidelines July 2015 – Detailing the minimum standards for CCTV provision in a public space or licensed premises to adopt a common standard across Dyfed-Powys. Reviewed by Dyfed-Powys Police every year.

CCTV Review – 2014 summary. An assessment of the value of Dyfed-Powys publicly funded CCTV in supporting Police and Crime Plan. It informed a CCTV strategy for the region. Full report

Performance Management Survey – 2014 A review of performance management by Dyfed-Powys Police and my office. It was undertaken by Crest AdvisoryMy response

Policing Rural Communities – 2015 A study – known as Rural Connect – into how Dyfed-Powys Police can connect with people living in rural communities. It was undertaken by UPSI, The Universities’ Police Science Institute. My response

Rural Crime and Policing Literature Review – 2015 A look at research literature on rural crime and policing to help understand what works in this area. It was undertaken by UPSI, The Universities’ Police Science Institute.

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