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1
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Our Deployment Model

Our Deployment Model provides a national framework to enable decision makers to deploy resources to the local environment using a consistent approach.
It requires Police Districts and others delivering services to the public to focus on the ‘crime triangle ….. name the parts of the triangle?

Clue:

  • A___ with Urg______ against prio_________ Off______
  • Pro Sup and Ass________ to those Rep_______ Vict
  • Max____ resources to L________ that repeatedly s____ Disp______ levels of crime
A
  • Act with urgency against repeat and priority offenders
  • Provide support and assistance to those repeatedly victimised
  • Maximise resources to locations that repeatedly suffer disproportionate levels of crime.
2
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What are the two ways the Gang Intelligence centre is being used

A
  • disrupt and dismantle illegal gang activity
  • support gang members/associates wanting to get out (incl children)
3
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How we do it?

  • Our People are ( VF-Va-Eq/eN-Sa/Fs-HPer)
  • Our Partnerships -(Working together to achieve collective impact with (Iw/Co-Soc/Jus-Tran/Sec/Sec-BusParts)
  • Our Transformation programme The safest country - policing 2021 - (SafWha-Iw/Comm Part’s-PolCom2 Soc In-SerDel-Mod - OuBus- PHPF)
A
  • Victim-focused, Valued, Equipped and enabled, Safe and feel safe, High performing
  • Iwi & Communities - Social, Justice, Transport and Security Sectors - Our Business Partners
  • Safer Whanau, Iwi & Community Partnerships, police commitment to social investment, service delivery and modernising our business, PHPF
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What do we do?

  • What is the prevention first model (3) Targ__ dri__ of crime, Mind___, Deploy to b___ dem___, peo___, partn______
  • Our Strategies (4) - Prev_____ F____ (taking every opportunity to prevent harm, Well____ & Saf______, T_____ the tide (better outcome for NZ working in partnership with Iwi), S____ Journeys
  • Our Targets (3)10000 f___ seri____ cri____ ,25% red____ in reoff____ by Maori,90% High or very high ____ and confidence and citizen satisfaction by 2021
  • Government Targets - Delivering the _ outcomes from the government investment in police
A
  • Target drivers of crime, Mindset, Deploy to beat demand, people, partnerships
  • Prevention First (taking every opportunity to prevent harm
  • Wellness & Safety
  • Turning the tide (better outcome for NZ working in partnership with Iwi)
  • Safer Journeys
  • 10000 fewer serious crimes
  • 25% reduction in reoffending by Maori
  • 90% High or very high trust and confidence and citizen satisfaction by 2021
  • Delivering the 9 outcomes from the government investment in police
5
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Why are we here?

  • Our purpose (2) - Bs/Fs
  • Our Mission (1) - Saf/Cou
  • Our Vision (1) - Trust/Con
  • Our Motto (1) - SCom2G
  • Our goals (3) - Prev Cr/Vic - Tar/Cat Off - Del Resp Pol Ser
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  • Be safe, feel safe - (make people feel safe - keep people safe)
  • Be the safest country
    • Have the trust and confidence of all
  • Safer communities together
    • Prevent crime and victimisation
    • Target and catch offenders
    • Deliver a more responsive police service
6
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Prevention First National Operating Model

Prevention First is designed to support and enhance the delivery of our key outcomes, what are they?

Clue:

  • Prev
  • Targ
  • Deli
A
  • prevent crime and victimization
  • target and catch offenders
  • deliver a more responsive Police service
7
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Prevention First

Prevention First puts people - victims, offenders, our staff - at the centre of our model. The three core components are supported through our partnerships, what are the core components of our model?

Clue;

  • De2 B Dem
  • Tar D o Cr
  • Mind
A
  • Deploy to beat demand
  • Target the drivers of demand
  • Mindset: taking every opportunity to prevent harm
8
Q

Our service delivery model, Prevention First is based on delivering services across four areas, what are they?

Clue: Pr - Resp - In - Reso

A
  • Prevention
  • Response
  • Investigation
  • Resolution
9
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Enabling Our Business

What strategic choices do we need to make to improve the supporting and enabling functions within Police so our frontline officers can respond more effectively and efficiently? Clue:

  • Foc Pol Und
  • Imp___ the Syst____
  • Proc___ & Func____ that
  • Sup___ & Ena______F_____L_____
  • Dir____ & Indir____
A
  • Focuses on Police understanding and
  • improving the systems
  • processes and functions that
  • support and enable the frontline
  • directly and indirectly.
10
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Evidence Enabled Action

What strategic choices do we need to make to develop a robust evidence base of policing activity that delivers more effective action, Focuses on choosing courses of action that are known to be highly effective in the:-

Clue:

  • Sh Te
  • Me Te
  • Lo Te
A
  • Short
  • Medium &
  • Long term.
11
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Network of public safety and harm reduction

What strategic choices do we need to make to being an effective and collaborative member of a network of public safety and harm reduction?

  • F_____ on Police sharing r_________ and exp_______ with
  • partner a______
  • non-government org________ and
  • com__________ to
  • imp________ o___________ for New Zealanders.
A
  • Focuses on Police sharing resources and expertise with
  • partner agencies
  • non-government organisations and
  • communities to
  • improve outcomes for New Zealanders.
12
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Preventing future harm and reducing long-term demand

What strategic choices do we need to make to prioritise action that prevents future harm and reduces long-term demand?

Clue

  • Police r______ L______ to the f______
  • prio act_____ that has the g______ impa____ in prev f_____ h____
  • r____ long-term d___ to enable us 2 be b_____ Pre______ for Emer_____ chal_______
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  • Police regularly looking to the future
  • prioritising action that has the greatest impact in preventing future harm and
  • reducing long-term demand and will also enable us to be better prepared for emerging challenges.
13
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Responding effectively to demand

What strategic choices do we need to make to enable the organisation, including the frontline, to respond effectively to demand?

F_________ on acting q_________ and e________ to respond to immediate need or the c_________ nature of demand

A

Focuses on acting quickly and effectively to respond to immediate need or the changing nature of demand

14
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What are the five principles that will guide our strategic choices by providing a framework to ‘measure’ proposed choices against?

  • Resp Eff Dem
  • Evi Enab Act
  • Prev Fut Har & Red Lon Ter Har
  • Network of Pub Saf & Har Reduc
  • Enab Our Busi
A
  • responding effectively to demand
  • Evidence enabled action
  • Preventing future harm and reducing long-term demand
  • Network of public safety and harm reduction
  • Enabling our business
15
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As part of Safer Journeys Strategy (Safer Journeys), Road Policing has been divided into six activity areas aligned with Safer Journeys. What are the areas and the elements that fall within them?

  • S S
  • S U (ICA) - Dis/res - Imp - Vul R U - H R Beh
  • S R & R - Net main/Eff
A

Safer Speeds = Speed

Safer Use = (In car Activity) Distractions/Restraints - Impaired Drivers -Vulnerable road users - High-Risk Behaviours

Safe Roads & Roadsides = Network Maintenance/efficiency

16
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What is the vision of the Safer Journeys strategy?

Clue: “a safe road system…”

A

“a safe road system increasingly free of death or serious injury.”

17
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What are the four key principles that underline Safer Journeys?

Clue:

  • people make M
  • people are V
  • Sh Resp
  • Stren Syst
A
  • people make mistakes
  • people are vulnerable
  • share responsibility
  • strengthen the system
18
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What are NZP Strategic Goals:

what do we want to reduce? (3) C_____ and Vic, Soc_____ H___, Fat and Ser Inj C___

what do we want to build? (2) T and C, Cap_____ of staff/culture high Per___/safety

what do we want to transform? (2) provide service that makes people F____S____ and be S____, Increase per_____ and Product_______

A

Reduce:

  • Crime and Victimisation
  • Social Harm
  • Reduce fatalities and serious injury crashes

Build:

  • Trust and Confidence
  • Capability of staff/culture of high perfromance/safety. (PHPF)

Transform

  • Provide a service that makes people feel safe/be safe
  • Increase our Performace and productivity
19
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What are the 12-month goals of the strategic plan?

  • Reduce: Repeat V, O L, Reduce Vio C, Reduce Y C
  • Build: T & C particularly with M & Y, Build culture of H & Sa
  • Transform: Embed Pre______ F______ Policing 20__, Collaborate with Com_________ Iw____________ and Stake_____________
A
  • Reduce repeat victims, offenders, locations, Reduce violent crime, Reduce youth crime
  • Build trust and confidence particularly amongst Maori & Youth, Build a culture of health and safety in order to keep our people safe and well, 90% high or very high total trust and confidence by 2020, 90% citizen satisfaction by 2020, Build a high-performance culture
  • Transform - Embed Prevention First (model and mindset) Leverage Safest Country: Policing 2021, Collaborate with our communities, iwi and stakeholders
20
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What are the 24-month goals of the strategic plan?

Reduce - C______ and victimisation (particularly Maori, strong focus on family harm)

Build - H____ and s_______ programme milestones met Embed PHPF

Transform - The S______ Country: Policing 2021 programme implemented

A

Reduce - Crime and victimisation (particularly Maori, strong focus on family harm)

Build - Health and safety programme milestones met Embed PHPF

Transform - The Safest Country: Policing 2021 programme implemented

21
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What are the strategic outcome for:

Be safe - Reduce? & Transform outcomes for?

Feel safe -Build? & Increase Citizen?

A

Be safe =

  • REDUCE SERIOUS CRIME (Reduce serious crime victimisations by 10,000 by 2021)
  • TRANSFORM OUTCOMES FOR MĀORI (Contribute to a 25% reduction in reoffending by Maori)

Feel safe =

  • BUILD GREATER TRUST & CONFIDENCE IN NEW ZEALAND POLICE (Increase trust and confidence to 90% by 2020)
  • INCREASE CITIZEN SATISFACTION (increase to 90% by 2020)
22
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What are Values of Turning the Tide?

Clue: Aroha, Whakarira, Maanakitanga

  • We all make?
  • Each Generation strives?
  • We are ? H - F -R to self and others
A
  • We all make mistakes: support those that take responsibility for actions, but dont make excuses
  • Each generation strives to better themselves: for self and sake of children
  • We are hospitiable, fair and respectful: to self and others
23
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Turning of the Tide

In this joint strategy between Police and Iwi/Maori what are the specific areas targeted?

Clue:

  • F____ time O_______
  • F______ C_____ & Serious C_____
  • Repeat O_________
  • Repeat Vic________
A
  • First-time offenders
  • Fatal crashes serious crashes
  • Repeat Offenders
  • Repeat victims
24
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What are the objectives?

  • Prevention - R______ numbers of Māori from entering the c______ justice system, to begin with
  • Reduce re-offending - For those that do enter, make sure as few as p_____ come b_____ a_____
  • Change Behaviour - Use Police’s resol_______ proc________ to change beh_____
  • Reduce Road Risk- Identify r_____ for Māori road users and mitigate them
A
  • Prevention - Reduce numbers of Māori from entering the criminal justice system, to begin with
  • Reduce re-offending - For those that do enter, make sure as few as possible come back again
  • Change Behaviour - Use Police’s resolution processes to change behaviour
  • Reduce Road Risk - Identify risks for Māori road users and mitigate them
25
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Turning the Tide

What is the vision of Turning the Tide?

A

“All Maori will live full and prosperous lives, free from crime and road trauma.”

26
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  1. What is the the current percentage of male maori that are apprehended by Police?
  2. What is the age group most likely aprehended by Police?
A
  1. 80%
  2. 14 to 23 years of age
27
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Turning the Tide

What days and times are Maori most likely to be arrested?

A

Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays

From 3pm to midnight

(“same time as we do most of our drinking”)

28
Q

Turning the Tide

In applying crime and crash prevention techniques, opportunistic offending and crashes will be prevented by making them…? (5)

Clue:

  • More Di_______
  • More Ri_______
  • Less Rew_________
  • Less Tem______
  • Less Ex______
A
  • More Difficult
  • More Risky
  • Less Rewarding
  • Less Tempting
  • Less Excusable
29
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Turning the Tide Operating Model

How will crime and crash prevention objectives be delivered?

Clue: Everyone, F, T (3)

A
  • Everyone working together
  • Families preventing c&c amoung themselves
  • Talking c&c in homes/schools/marae
30
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Turning the Tide - Our work

What are four specific social problems TtT is attempting to address?

Clue: Think children focused

  • Reducing male __________
  • Improving c________ supervision
  • K_______ kids in s_______
  • Boosting p_______s________
A
  • Reducing male absenteeism
  • Improving child supervision
  • Keeping kids in school
  • Boosting Parenting skills
31
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Turning the tide - Our Mission

  • Protect our w____________ by
  • prev_______ Cr_______ and Inj________ and
  • d________ on our roads
A

To protect our wellbeing by preventing crime and injury and death on our roads

32
Q

(Fill the blanks)

Underpinning prevention is the fundermental principle that avoiding v__________ in the first place is always better than d__________ even the most effective P______ r________.

A
  • victimisation
  • delivering
  • Police response
33
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Our purpose is to be safe, feel safe. For our staff, this means ensuring they are safe when?

  • Entering d_________ situations where others are moving away from danger
  • Encountering circumstances outside their t_________ and experience
  • Encountering rapidly changing, e__________ charged situations
  • Facing situations and material that is dist_________
  • Entering u_______ settings, divergent layouts with unk______ h_______
  • Under pressure to put t___________ at risk to protect the public
A
  • Entering dangerous situations where others are moving away from danger
  • Encountering circumstances outside their training and experience
  • Encountering rapidly changing, emotionally charged situations
  • Facing situations and material that is distressing
  • Entering unfamiliar settings, divergent layouts with unknown hazards
  • Under pressure to put themselves at risk to protect the public
34
Q

name the four priorities that we will use to develop a strong culture of Wellness and Safety that is fully integrated at all levels?

  • Effective L________
  • Build Org____________ Cap________
  • Actively manage our r_______ & hazards
  • Continually improve through meas_________ & mon____________
A
  • Effective Leadership
  • Build Organisational Capability
  • Actively manage our risk & hazards
  • Continually improve through measurement & monitoring
35
Q

6 Drivers of Demand

The drivers of demand remain our focus. We must continue to disrupt long-term patterns of offending and victimisation and further reduce harm to New Zealanders,

what are they?

  • F
  • Y
  • A
  • R
  • O C and D
  • M H
A
  • Families – Whānau
  • Youth – Rangatahi
  • Alcohol
  • Roads
  • Organised crime and drugs
  • Mental health
36
Q

Our People are? (5)

  • V F
  • V
  • E & E
  • S, FS
  • H Per
A
  • Victim Focused
  • Valued
  • Equipped and Enabled
  • Safe, Feel Safe
  • High Performing