Sussex Police performance against the priorities, objectives and measures set out in the Police & Crime Plan are summarised below and are accurate as at 30 September 2017 (unless otherwise stated). Performance data will be updated as soon as is practicable every quarter.
1. Crime & Community Safety
Reduce the risk of crime per 1,000 population.
Previous rolling year October 2015 – September 2016
|Current rolling year October 2016 – September 2017||% Difference|
|Crimes per 1,000 population||59||66||+ 11%|
2. Public Confidence
Increase the reporting of domestic abuse, serious sexual offences, anti-social behaviour and hate crimes.
|Crime types||Previous performance plan year April – September 2016||Current performance plan year April – September 2017||% Difference|
|Domestic Abuse Crimes||6,102||7,311||+ 20%|
|Serious Sexual Offences||1,295||1,611||+ 24%|
|Anti-Social Behaviour Crimes||12,750||13,867||+ 9%|
|Hate Crimes||1,176||1,243||+ 6%|
3. Victim Focus
Improve victim satisfaction in the overall experience of the criminal justice system.
|Satisfaction area||Previous reporting month June 2017||Current reporting month September 2017|
|Satisfaction with the whole experience||75.4%||74.5%|
4. Value for Money
Working with Sussex Police and partners to meet the financial challenges ahead, whilst delivering Crime & Community Safety, Public Confidence & Victim Focus and identifying opportunities to improve.
|Priority||Sussex Police target||Planned savings forecast||Difference|
|Sussex Police planned savings for 2017/18||£11.262m||£11.262m||£0m|