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Safer Solihull

Friday, January 3rd, 2014

Safer Solihull Rep

Your Reps on this board are:

Representative: Nasheima Sheikh, BSWAID
Alternate – Joanne Mackinnon, Welcome Solihull.

You can also view the Safer Solihull (Community Safety Partnership) section on Solihull Council’s website

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Friday, March 2nd, 2018

Report from Safer Solihull Board – 22 Feb 18

Meeting Name:                Safer Solihull Board

Date of Meeting:             22nd Feb  2018

Representative:               Nasheima Sheikh

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:
Performance update – Quarter three update see below for key points:

For year to date, total recorded crime, vehicle crime, burglary, robbery, theft from shops and stalls and public place violence have seen an increase. These mirror trends seen

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Thursday, November 9th, 2017

Safer Solihull board meeting report – 28 Sep 17

Meeting Name: Safer Solihull Board
Date of Meeting: 28th September 2017
Representative: Nasheima Sheikh

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:  

Performance update:

Total Recorded Crime stabilised this quarter after 3 successive quarterly increases since Q1 2016/17.

Quarter 1 of 2017/18 showed 3733 offences, a very small increase since the previous quarter but a 28% increase since the same quarter period

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Tuesday, August 18th, 2015

Safer Solihull board meeting – report from July 2015 meeting

Meeting Name:
Safer Solihull Board

Date of Meeting:
29th July 2015

Representative:
Nasheima Sheikh

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:

Protecting Places Update

Protecting Places remist is to reduce the risk of terrorism.  The Group works within a local and national structure and strategy. There are 4 strands of work – pursue, prevent, protect and prepare. In Feb, there was a review by

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Friday, June 19th, 2015

Safer Solihull Board meeting report – 4 Jun 15

Meeting Name: Safer Solihull Board

Date of Meeting: 4th June  2015

Representative: Nasheima Sheikh

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed

Change of Chair

Councillor Karen Grinsell took over chairing the meeting from Cllr Diana Holl-Allen. A round of thanks was noted for Cllr Holl-Allen.

Report on Domestic Homicide Review

The meeting spent  an hour discussing the outcome of Solihull’s first domestic homicide

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Friday, January 30th, 2015

Rep report – Safer Solihull Board, Jan 2015

Meeting Name:                                Safer Solihull Board

Date of Meeting:             29th Jan 2015

Representative:               Nasheima Sheikh

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:

Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson visited the Board

Much of the meeting was taken up with discussions with the PCC.  He said he would be providing the same financial settlement as in the previous year.  There was discussion

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Friday, October 10th, 2014

Safer Solihull board report – 11 Sep 14

Meeting Name

Safer Solihull Board

Date of Meeting

11th Sept 2014

Representative

Nasheima Sheikh

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:

Report on Super Strength Alcohol

Sarah Rooney attended to report on this issue.  The Big Drink Debate survey has been done with Solihull residents and showed:

Majority of people are buying alcohol and drinking at home
Most people did not want to say how much

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Friday, May 23rd, 2014

Safer Solihull Board – 17th April 2014

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed:

Although a lot was discussed, there is not much I can really report back on so this is very brief.  I may add to it once I get the minutes in case I have missed something pertinent out.

Change of head of Policing – Commander Sally Borner is being replaced with

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Thursday, October 24th, 2013

Report from 24th October 2013 meeting

Nasheima Sheikh from BSWAID attended as the VCS representative.at this meeting

Key Points of Wider Interest Discussed

This was the first ‘shadow’ Board meeting of the newly formed Safer Solihull Executive Board with lay members; the Board membership has increased considerably and there is representation from local Solihull Forums.

Listening survey: The Board has released an online survey to

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Friday, July 26th, 2013

Report from 26 June Meeting

Probation – report on re-offending rates Solihull is 13th nationally (and Dudley first) in list of 144 authorities regarding re-offending rates.Drug services are looking at what impact their services are having on re-offending rates.  Discussion of co-locating police and probation in N Solihull.  Probation looking at developing peer mentor scheme and have secured a contract with Change

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