Strategic Programme for 2020-2021
The Government postponed local elections due to Covid-19 in 2020.
As a result, the election for a new Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Cleveland was delayed for a year until May 2021.
The Acting PCC took the delay as an opportunity to re-affirm her commitment to support victims, reduce offending and listen to community safety concerns. She did this by producing a strategic programme for 2020-21.
The programme is an extension of the existing Police and Crime Plan, which was refreshed in 2018.
The 2018 plan reflected the changing needs and priorities of the public, the police and criminal justice system.
The latest plan provides a solid set of foundations for how we will help victim services, criminal justice agencies and the wider community to recover from the Covid-19 crisis. In addition, it will help to ensure our innovative partnership work continues to make Cleveland a safer place.
Police and Crime Plan 2019-2020
Working with the Chief Constable of Cleveland Police, the PCC has five key objectives for 2016/21. They are the following:
- Investing in our Police
- A Better Deal for Victims and Witnesses
- Tackling Offending and Re-Offending
- Working Together to Make Cleveland Safer
- Securing the Future of our Communities
Police and Crime Plans are reviewed and re-written every year.
The current Police and Crime Plan covers 2019-20.
Previous Police and Crime Plans
By clicking the links under the main titles for each date, you will be able to access Police and Crime Plans from 2013 to the present along with background information on finance and resources, governance and accountability, partnerships and collaboration and the services, which have been commissioned by the PCC.
2016-21 Police and Crime Plan
2015-17 Police and Crime Plan
2014-17 Police and Crime Plan
- Police and Crime Plan 2014/17
- Finance and Resources Appendix
- Governance and Accountability Appendix
- Partnerships and Collaboration Appendix
- About the Service Appendix