Police and Crime Commissioners are required to publish National Crime and Policing Measures.
This is additional information relating to the Constabulary’s performance against the Government’s published national policing priorities.
These priorities have been recently revised following publication of the Strategic Policing Requirement 2023. In addition to the original six national threats, a new threat type for Violence against Women and Girls (VAWG) was introduced.
The national policing priorities are as follows:
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
Violence against Women and Girls
Additional information on the Strategic Policing Requirement 2023 and the national policing priorities can be found in the documents below.
The Commissioner’s Police and Crime Plan sets out his priorities to prevent and reduce crime in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. The Plan was developed with input from community safety partners and the public. It also includes national policing priorities.
It is the responsibility of the Commissioner to hold the Chief Constable to account for the performance of the Constabulary against the Plan. That includes performance against the national priorities. This page will provide regular updates on performance against Government’s published national policing priorities.