Annual Policing Plans
You may also find it useful to visit the Police and Crime Commissioner website.
There are two elements to an Annual Report. Both came from the Police Act 1996. The Chief Constable had a requirement to submit to the Authority a general report on the policing of the force as soon after the end of the financial year as possible and arrange for it to be published. The Police Authority had a requirement to publish an annual report which outlines performance in the previous year and how far the intentions of the three year strategy and local policing plan were met. Cheshire, like many other forces and authorities, has produced a joint publication to satisfy both these requirements.
The Police and Justice Act 2006 repealed section 9 of the Police Act 1996 Sec 9 to produce an annual report in this way.
Police Performance Assessments
The performance measures on each of the pages below show the progress made n achieving the objectives set out in the Police and Crime Plan shown above.
Here you can find Cheshire Constabulary’s strategic plans:
Police Force Statistics
We also create a breakdown of common statistics.
Force Control Centre Call Statistics
Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Crimes 2016-17 Q2
Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Crimes 2015-16
Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Crimes 2014-15
Crimes Recorded and Detected 2017-18
Crimes Recorded and Detected 2016-17
Crimes Recorded and Detected 2015-16
Weapon Crimes Firearms 2018-2019 Q2
Weapon Crimes Firearms 2017-2018
Weapon Crimes Firearms 2016-2017
Weapon Crimes Firearms 2015-2016
Weapon Crimes Knives 2018-19 Q2
Weapon Crimes Knives 2017-2018
Weapon Crimes Knives 2016-2017
Weapon Crimes Knives 2015-2016
Facebook and Twitter Crimes 2016-17 Q2
Facebook and Twitter Crimes 2015-2016
Facebook and Twitter Crimes 2014-2015
The following may also assist you
Police Use of Firearms
The Home Office also produces the British Crime Survey, which provides information about levels of crime and public attitudes to crime as well as other criminal justice issues.
It also publishes a study on Crime in England and Wales.
Neighbourhood Policing Arrangements
Cheshire Constabulary is made up of eight Local Policing Units: Chester, Crewe, Ellesmere Port, Macclesfield, Northwich, Runcorn, Warrington and Widnes. Within these units are Neighbourhood Policing Teams. Each of the Local Policing Units is led by a Chief Inspector. This neighbourhood-based style of policing is about putting the local back into local policing.
To find out who the Police Officers and Police Community Support Officers are in your area and what they are doing please visit the neighbourhood policing pages.
For all reports produced by HMIC on Cheshire Constabulary please visit the
HMIC carries out a reviews of anti-social behaviour (ASB) in England and Wales.
Reports from Independent Custody Visitors
The Cheshire Police and Crime Commissioner is responsible for facilitating an Independent Custody Visitors scheme which involves volunteers from the local community who visit and check on the welfare of detainees across the policing area.
Monitoring 'Stop and Account' and 'Stop and Search'
For ease you might find the following reports of use to you:
The Ministry of Justice
The Ministry of Justice and the Home Office also publish information about the use of police powers in relation to ethnic monitoring, terrorism arrests and outcomes and police powers and procedures.