Archive - previous recorded targets and SPI's

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Performance against Statutory Performance Indicators

Statutory Performance Indicators (SPIs) was the term used to describe the quantitative data used to consider police performance. The Home Secretary sets SPIs annually following consultation and police forces are subsequently required to supply and monitor data. The SPIs primarily cover key policing outcomes and police authorities must also publish force data locally.  This information is available below.

Since 2012, performance management has evolved and moved away from the use of targets to ensure that performance is monitored across all aspects of policing.  This approach is the same as that undertaken by other police forces and in line with advice from the College of Policing and HMIC.

Force summary

2013 - 14  - Force

2012 - 13 - Force

2011 - March 2012

2010 - March 2011

2009

Confidence & satisfaction

2010 - 2011

2009 - 2011

2009

Organisational management

2009 - 2011

2008 - 2010

Promoting safety

Serious crime and protection

2010 - March 2011

2009

Tackling Crime

2010 - March 2011

2009

Performance against annual force targets

Target areas

Confidence and satisfaction

2011

2010 - March 2011

British Crime Survey

2009

Tackling crime

2011

2010 - March 2011

2009


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