The policing of crime and anti-social behaviour can only be effective if the police work in partn...

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The policing of crime and anti-social behaviour can only be effective if the police work in partnership with other agencies. Assess this suggestion. by Mind Map: The policing of crime and anti-social behaviour can only be effective if the police work in partnership with other agencies. Assess this suggestion.

1. Multi-agency and joined up approaches

1.1. Diverse organisations and instutions are working together.

1.2. Aim to develop and implement effective solutions to current problems.

1.3. The police is constantly in partnerships with all different kinds of organisations around the world to receive and provide information

1.3.1. Its goals are to stop terrorism and other types of violence among states

2. -Plural Policing? Statutory Agencies ? Volunatary Agencies?

2.1. Our tenancy management officers provide a specialist response to serious anti-social behaviour committed by one of our tenants.

3. Any of the policing mechanisms related to crime, disorder, and anti-social behaviour are carried out in collaboration with other governmental, charitable, and community-based organisations, as well as commercial entities. (Forbes, 1988)

4. Do the Police need any help ? Is there policing beyond police?

5. Partnership

5.1. Civil society; Voluntary& Community-based organisations

5.1.1. Community Safety Partnerships, 2020

5.2. Private Sector

5.2.1. The growth of privatisation

5.2.1.1. Coalition governments 20% reduction in police budgets (October, 2010)

5.3. Effectiveness of Policing in Partnership

5.3.1. The Crime and Disorder Act (1998) definition

5.3.1.1. Rapid Evidence Assessment (REA)

5.3.1.1.1. Four MS Level 3 studies: Whetsones (2001), Scott et al (2002), Roehls et al (2005), Kostelac (2004)

5.4. Crime and Disorder Act 1998

5.4.1. Section 5-Authorities Responsible for strategies

5.4.2. Sustains joint priority setting and intervention

5.4.3. Brings the expertise and information of different sectors

5.5. Mental Health

5.5.1. The police struggles to manage the mentally ill people in custody

5.5.2. Lack of support in identifying them from the partner agencies

5.5.3. The Police Mental Health Screening Questionnaire (PolQuest)

5.5.3.1. It is designed to connect the police and mental health services within the police custody.

6. The police

6.1. Organisational structure

6.1.1. 43 Forces - 122,404 full-time equivalent officers

6.1.2. Power shared between a tripartite structure - Chief constable, Home Secretary, police authority

6.1.3. Constabulary definition - Constabulary independence (Quote per Lord Denning)

6.1.3.1. [1968] 1 All ER 763 per Lord Denning MR p.769

6.1.4. 1829 Metropolitan Police Act - Essentially created the first 'met' by Robert Peel

6.2. Powers

6.2.1. 1964 Police Act

6.2.2. 1984 Police and Criminal Evidence Act

6.2.3. 1994 Police and Magistrates Court Act

6.3. Police Roles and Responsibilities

6.3.1. Prevent and detect crime

6.3.2. Detect and prevent anti-social behaviour

6.3.2.1. Police powers for ASB confirmed in Anti-social behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 c.14

7. Introduction?

7.1. Explain what is to come in the essay

7.2. Define anti-social behaviour and crime - initially embedded in the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 c.37

7.2.1. Consolidated in the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 c.14

8. References

8.1. Forbes, D., 1988. Action on racial harassment. London: Legal Action Group and London Housing Unit.

8.2. BBC (2012) Surrey Police shelve plans to privatise roles with G4S. BBC, 12 July. Available at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-surrey-18813591.

8.3. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/116549/horr52-report.pdf