What is Our Purpose?
Be Safe, Feel Safe
What is our mission?
To be the safest country
What is our vision?
To have the trust and confidence of all
What is our motto?
Safer communities together
What are our goals?
Prevent crime and victimsation, target and catch offenders, deliver a more responsive police service
What are our strategies?
Prevention First Model, Turning of the tide, Safer journeys, wellness and safety
What is the Prevention First model?
Taking every opportunity to prevent harm. Our People at the centre, mindsets, deploying to beat demand, target the drivers of crime, and using partnerships
What is turning of the tide strategy?
Better outcomes for NZ by working in partnership with iwi
What is Safer journeys strategy?
Reducing and preventing road related trauma
What is wellness and safety strategy?
Looking after our people
What is Our targets?
10,000 fewer serious crime victimsations by 2021, 25% reduction in re-offending by Maori by 2025, 90% high or very high trust and confidence and citizen satisfaction by 2021
What are Our People priorities?
That they are: Victim focused, valued, equipped and enabled, safe and feel safe, high performing
What are Our partnerships?
Working together to achieve collective impact with: Iwi and communities; social, justice and security sectors; our business partners
What is Our transformation programe?
The safest country Policing 2021;
Safer Whanau; Iwi and community partnerships; Police commitment to social investment; service delivery and modernising our business; police high performance framework
What is PRL?
Principal Responsibilities of Leadership; Strategy Standards Capability Culture
What are SMART goals?
Specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, time orientated
What are our 9 government targets?
Target 1 – At least 98% Police attendance at home burglaries within 48 hours (baseline 86%)
Target 2 – 95% of New Zealanders live within 25km of a 24/7 Police base (currently 88%)
Target 3 – $400 million of cash and assets seized from gangs and organised crime over next 4 years (baseline of $230 million over past 4 years)
Target 4 – One minute faster median response times in urban and rural areas (baselines of 7m 52s and 13m 7s respectively)
Target 5 – More than 90% of 111 emergency calls answered within 10 seconds (baseline of 85%) by June 2018
Target 6 – Police contribute to 10% fewer deaths from family violence (three year rolling baseline)
Target 7 – Police contribute to a 25% reduction in reoffending by Māori (by June 2025
Target 8 – Social Investment: Police contribute to reducing assaults on children (currently BPS target 4)
Target 9 – Social Investment: Police will partner with the Ministry of Education to identify and refer 1000 young people each year (under 18 year olds) to re-engage in education and put them back on a pathway to achieve NCEA level 2.