Our performance at the end of the 2012/13 financial year against the performance objectives set in the Local Policing Plan is shown in the below table:
|To keep public confidence in Surrey Police high (confidence level)
|To provide a good service to victims of anti-social behaviour (satisfaction level)
|To provide a good service to victims of crime (satisfaction level)
|To disrupt or dismantle Organised Crime Groups (OCGs disrupted / dismantled)
|Charges and cautions for Class A and B drugs supply offences
|To reduce serious crime (reduction level)
||3% reduction on last year
||14.2% reduction on last year
|To catch people who commit serious crime (detection rate)
|Make optimal use of our officer and staff resource
(%age of budgeted police employees available to deliver and support policing)
The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) has published the full Police and Crime Plan which details the six public police and crime priorities for Surrey. This Plan sets the strategic direction for the Force and partners in criminal justice and community safety.
Click here to view the full Police and Crime Plan on the PCC website, which also includes the public consultation that fed into this year's plan.
Please refer to the HMIC Crime Comparator for full details of how Surrey Police compares to other forces.
Surrey Police reports bi-monthly on performance against the Police and Crime Plan, please see below for these performance reports.