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  • Service Delivery Transformation

    Knowledge Sharing Roundtables Event for Police Transformation Leads and APCC held on 9 March 2016

    Organisational Development and International Faculty

    College of Policing

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    Contents Audience for this Report .................................................................................................... 5

    Design and format of the event .......................................................................................... 5

    Headline Transformation Themes ...................................................................................... 6

    Shared learning discussed by roundtables ...................................................................... 6

    Organisational Restructuring – conversation summary ............................................... 6

    Organisational restructuring - gap analysis .................................................................. 7

    Organisational restructuring – potential enablers ........................................................ 7

    Force Collaborations / Strategic Alliances - Conversation summary .......................... 8

    Force Collaborations / Strategic Alliances - Gap analysis ........................................ 8

    Force Collaborations / Strategic Alliances – Potential enablers ............................... 9

    Technological Initiatives - Conversation summary ....................................................... 9

    Technological Initiatives – Gap analysis ...................................................................... 10

    Technological Initiatives – Potential enablers ............................................................. 11

    Cross Sector Initiatives - Conversation summary ................................................... 11

    Cross Sector Initiatives - Gap analysis ..................................................................... 11

    Cross Sector Initiatives – Potential enablers ........................................................... 12

    Public Sector Multi Agency Partnerships - Conversation summary ....................... 12

    Public Sector Multi Agency Partnerships - Gap analysis ........................................ 12

    Public Sector Multi Agency Partnerships – Potential enablers ............................... 13

    Next Steps ......................................................................................................................... 13

    Continuing our conversation ........................................................................................ 13

    Contact us ...................................................................................................................... 13

    Annex A - List of Participants .......................................................................................... 14

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    Purpose of the knowledge sharing roundtables event The College of Policing Organisational Development and International Standards Faculty and the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners jointly hosted the knowledge sharing event on 9 March 2016. The event was for senior leaders, professionals and specialists from across policing who are directing, overseeing and governing reform and transformation initiatives.

    By engaging with participants prior to the event it was clear that they would welcome the chance to come together as peers for a highly participative event to encourage discussion, constructive challenge and to share their learning about transformation initiatives. Another purpose of the event was to help peers strengthen their connections to one another as a professional network. Peers identified issues to address and enablers for ensuring that policing delivers public value and has the capabilities to achieve the aspirations of the draft Policing Vision for 2020. Peers chose and prioritised the following topics to discuss:

     Organisational restructuring

     Force collaborations or strategic alliances

     Technological initiatives

     Cross sector initiatives including public, voluntary and community and private sectors

     Public sector multi agency partnerships

    Represented at the event

     Police Force Transformation and Strategic Change Leads

     Office of Police and Crime Commissioners' Change Leads

     Police ICT Company

     National Police Chiefs’ Council

     Home Office

     Association of Police and Crime Commissioners

     College of Policing

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    Thank you goes to

     All who attended and their enthusiasm to share and learn with one another

     All who engaged and contributed to help develop the focus and priorities for discussion

     Deputy Chief Constable Andy Rhodes, Lancashire Constabulary (Guest speaker)

     Yvonne Burgess, College of Policing who engaged with peers and designed the event

     Superintendent Tim Metcalfe, National Police Chiefs’ Council (Guest speaker)

     Dr Dorothy Gregson, Office of the Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner (facilitator)

     Richard Flint, North Yorkshire Police (facilitator)

     College of Policing facilitators: Dan Rowley Alison Crosse Jane Crockett

    Dave Hudson Karen Guerin Kathy Harrison-Carroll

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    Audience for this Report This report shares and promotes the learning and significant themes that emerged from the knowledge sharing event. The timing and contents of the report will have particular significance to the following people:

    Members of the College of Policing and participants of the roundtables can use the report to inform transformation activities within their own force areas.

    College of Policing and the National network of Police Transformation Leads to help support collaborative learning and building professional capabilities within policing.

    National policing stakeholders, such as the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC), College of Policing (the College), Home Office, Police ICT Company, National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) and the Police Reform and Transformation Board, to help inform and align national level transformation support.

    Offices of the and Police and Crime Commissioners (OPCCs) may use the report to brief Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) and set the scene about where police forces have highlighted a need for transformation support and future knowledge sharing networks and events.

    DCC Andy Rhodes, as Chair of the Organisational Development and International Professional Community, who helps ensure that service transformation challenges for forces are understood by the College and inform the curriculum development, standards and sharing of knowledge resources.

    Design and format of the event Prior to the event, peers were consulted to identify priority topics for discussion:1

    1) Organisational Restructuring 2) Force Collaborations or Strategic Alliances 3) Technological Initiatives 4) Cross Sector (Private/Third sector) Initiatives 5) Public Sector Multi Agency Partnerships

    The peers acted as ‘sharers’ and ‘learners’ on eight facilitated roundtables, each discussing

    the above topics. In concluding each of the five discussions, facilitators asked peers to

    capture, in the form of a gap analysis, the enablers and support they felt would help them

    overcome any barriers identified as part of their discussions. They included aspects to

    support them to achieve the aims of the draft National Policing Vision 2020 which was

    presented at the start of the day by the Chief of Staff to the Chair of the NPCC. Each topic

    discussion concluded with facilitators presenting findings to all in full plenary.

    This report presents a summary of the discussions, gaps and describes what the peers felt

    would help them in leading and delivering service transformation. (A list of peers who

    participated on the day can be found at Annex A.)

    1 There were six other topic areas offered to participants that were not discussed at the roundtables event because they were rated as less of a priority ‘learn’ area. They included People Skills and Knowledge, Wellbeing, Workforce Mix, Income Generation / Income Protection, Estate Rationalisation and Procurement Initiatives. See the ‘Next Steps’ section of this report for further information on how they will be taken forward.

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    Headline Transformation Themes Discussions around the five topics generated the following common themes that participants felt would enable them to overcome barriers and deliver the 2020 policing Vision:

    Having more detailed national implementation frameworks for each of the Policing Vision 2020 work streams to promote consistency.

    Professional development and where relevant, national standards for the skills and behavioural competences for those leading transformation, especially relating to change management.

    Having national platforms/hubs (some online) to support consistent approaches to employing new technologies, knowledge sharing and partnership building.

    Use of facilitated peer support and workshops t