How will performance be monitored?

Each relevant agency will produce their own annual service delivery plan which will include jointly agreed corresponding actions, measures of success and delivery 'milestones' as appropriate. For example Thames Valley Police will continue to develop in consultation with the PCC its own internal annual Delivery Plan which will reflect the strategic policing objectives contained in the PCC's Police and Crime Plan.

The way the Chief Constable is held to account for how the Force provides policing services across the Thames Valley and how Force performance will be monitored and reported in meeting its Delivery Plan targets will be agreed alongside the Police and Crime Plan.


Police and Crime Data

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner is committed to ensuring that Police and Crime Data is available to view. This section contains some useful links for accessing data on policing and crime.

For information on street level crime, outcomes and policing in your area visit and enter your postcode or town.

HMIC Crime and Policing Comparator

The Crime and Policing Comparator allows you to compare data on recorded crime and anti-social behaviour (ASB), quality of service, finances and workforce numbers for Thames Valley Police. Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) validates and publishes this data, which is submitted by Thames Valley Police


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