Agenda and draft minutes

Safer Neighbourhood Board
Wednesday, 18th July, 2018 7.00 pm

Venue: Room 1, Civic Centre, Silver Street, Enfield, EN1 3XA. View directions

Contact: Tariq Soomauroo 

Items
No. Item

328.

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS

Minutes:

The Chair welcomed everyone to the Board.

 

329.

APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE

Minutes:

Apologies for lateness were received from Harry Landman (SNB Vice-Chair), Vicky Dungate (Enfield Racial Equality Council), Councillor Akpinar and Irene Wilson (Willow Road residents, Town & Grange CAPE)

 

330.

CHAIRS FEEDBACK

Minutes:

There was One Gold Group this period.

I believe the Stop & Search group met and hopefully we will have some feedback today.

The Safer Neighbourhood Panels still have not meet but I believe that they should soon. However, I seem to remember saying that for the last 3 meetings!

Exciting meetings I have participated in this period are: SSCB Serious Youth Violence Action Group day conference on 11th May, Enable’s Open afternoon at Vincent House on 7th June, Hate Crime Executive meeting on 12th June, SSCB on 5th July and most exciting of all 2½ hours on GDPR at MOPAC were we finished with more questions than answers! Under AoB I will present to you a policy that I have written as a result of that meeting.

This has been a slightly quieter period regarding meetings as the Council and to a lesser extent the police were in PURDA for some of it.

331.

MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS MEETING pdf icon PDF 113 KB

To approve the minutes of the meeting on 28 March 2018.

Minutes:

Minutes from the 28 March 2018 AGREED.

332.

ENFIELD SAFEGUARDING ADULTS STRATEGY CONSULTATION pdf icon PDF 1 MB

To receive a presentation from Bharat Ayer (Development Manager)

Minutes:

Presentation was delivered by Bharat Ayer (Development Manager)

 

Link to Warning Signs: www.enfield.gov.uk/safeguardingadults

 

Link to Safeguarding Adults Strategy 2018-23 consultation: www.enfield.gov.uk/consultations

 

 

Bharat Ayer (Development Manager) invited the Board for any questions and discussion.

 

Q.

What percent are relatives/friends neglecting people?

 

A.

320 out of 1616 incidents are connected to family members/partners.

 

Q.

How often do inspections of care homes take place?

 

A.

Every 6 weeks, social services all meet regarding the concerns data, if a care home has a bad rating, regular visits take place. If a care home has a good rating every 2 years there is an inspection.

 

Q.

Do you have enough funding to take on strategy?

 

A.

Money has always been an issue within this sector, but we do get contributions from the Met police, Fire services and NHS.

 

A Consultation on Enfield’s Safeguarding Adults Strategy 2018 2023 was then circulated, consultation deadline 31st August 2018.

 

 

333.

EXAMINATION OF CRIME STATISTICS pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Examination of crime statistics received including:

a)    Recorded Crime

b)    Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB)

c)     Public confidence & Victim Satisfaction

d)    Complaints against Borough Officers/Staff

e)    Stop and Search

f)      Taser Deployment

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Received Crime Statistics (attached on agenda)

 

Recorded Crime

 

Neil Billany (Chief Inspector) and Nigel Brookes (Superintendent) went through the total crime figures for June 2018. (Statistics attached).

 

Burglary – 218

Criminal damage – 189

Drugs – 71

Fraud and Forgery – 2

Other Notifiable Offences – 51

Robbery – 98

Sexual Offences – 58

Theft and Handling 910

Violence Against The Person – 766

 

TNO Crime Total – 2363     

 

Taser deployment (June 2018)

 

Drawn – 1

Aimed – 0

Red Dot – 4

Drive Stun – 0

Fired - 1

 

·         Metropolitan Police currently have shortages in staff

·         Schools engaged

·         Numbers of staffing will change when merge is in place

·         Staffing balance will be across the board

·         Rise in youth violence identified

·         Community Officer sweeps in progress

·         Plain clothed officers used for intelligence

·         Deploying uniform in Enfield for prevention regarding youth violence

·         Territorial support group in place

·         Burglary has increased (local priority)

·         Anti-social behaviour small decrease

·         Certain areas prostitution offences have risen

·         Travelling community increase (trespass)

·         Summer schools are in place to decrease Anti-Social Behaviour

 

Q.

Where are gun crime offences taking place?

 

A.

There has been an increase in gun crime (Gang activity). Overall numbers are still low, social media playing a big part in recruitment.

 

Q.

Are the presence of police carrying tasers effective?

 

A.

Yes, it’s shown a de-escalation and deterrence.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

334.

TARGET ESTABLISHMENT

To receive an update from Superintendent Jenny Barnett.

Minutes:

Unfortunately it was not possible to ascertain this information for this quarter, statistics for next meeting will include this quarters as well as next.

335.

UPDATE ON CURRENT POLICE OPERATIONS

To receive an update at the meeting

Minutes:

Helen Millichap (Borough Commander) introduced herself and went through current Police Operations.

 

·         Enfield & Haringey not yet merged, 9th January 2019 merge will be complete and Enfield & Haringey will be called “North Police”

·         Current challengers; Victim falls to violence too often and long term strategy to be put in place

·         Police to go into schools (Early positive contact)

 

 

Q.

Are you policing the knife crime event coming up?

 

A.

Yes, I will be providing training/presentation on the day.

 

Q.

What is being done regarding school girls in uniforms being allured into coffee shops after school? (Green Lanes, Bowes Ward)

 

A.

Helen Millichap to look into this.

336.

SNB FUNDING 2018/19

To receive an update at the meeting

 

Minutes:

Tim Fellows (Chair) advised regarding SNB Funding 18/19 

 

Regarding the MOPAC projects funding for Enfield. Four successful projects have all completed except one and the end of grant forms submitted to MOPAC. For this year’s allocation SNB have received two bids so far that have been approved for submission to MOPAC by the funding Sub-group. It is believed another has been received and hope to get more soon.

337.

ANY OTHER BUSINESS

Minutes:

GDPR CAPE Privacy Policy circulated and amendments to be sent out next meeting. Sheila Stacey (SNB Treasurer) and Janet Marshall (SNB Vice-Chair) visited the CCTV Centre and can report they have a good set up and paperwork up to scratch.

338.

DATES OF FUTURE MEETINGS

Dates of next SNB Meeting will be on 10th October 2018.

 

Minutes:

10th October 2018.