Police Liaison Representative
Here you will find everything related to the Northamptonshire Police Liaison Representative (PLR) Scheme, from the role description, new sign up link and upcoming events.
The PLR Scheme, is where every parish and town council and parish meeting appoints a person (could be a councillor, officer, or member of the public) to act as a single point of contact for the police. It is the same principle as the Parish Paths Warden Scheme for rights of way and the Highways Representative Scheme for highways. The scheme was trialled a few years ago in Daventry district, but was not adequately managed so it rather fizzled out. This time, Northamptonshire Police has asked Northants CALC to manage and administer the scheme.
PLR Role Description
How to add/amend PLR contact details
Click here to sign up to the PLR role http://eepurl.com/hvL7sD
To update PLR details please email firstname.lastname@example.org
PLR Steering Group
The PLR Steering Group to provide strategic direction for the scheme has been formed and are meeting 8 June. The steering group comprises of:
- Sgt Chris Thomas – Daventry Neighbourhood Policing Team
- Danny Moody – CEO, Northants CALC
- Martin Flanagan – Chairman, Northamptonshire Independent Advisory Group
- DS Steve Puddifoot - Economic Crime Unit, Northamptonshire Police
PLR Launch 22 April 2021
112 participants joined our Zoom launch of the Police Liaison Representative (PLR) Scheme. More than 150 parish and town councils and parish meetings in Northamptonshire have now appointed a PLR, which is a great effort. Thank you! If your council has not yet done so, please don't miss out! The meeting heard from Chief Superintendent Ash Tuckley, Head of Local Policing, and Chief Inspector Pete Basham who is putting together the new Local Policing Beats in Northamptonshire. The PLR acts as a single point of contact between the council and Northamptonshire Police, and the scheme is the first of its kind in England. It is parish and town councils and the police working together to make communities safer and to make Northamptonshire an unwelcome place for criminals.
Policing with a purpose
Neighbourhood Policing Maps and directory
Please find below the latest personnel appointed to the Neighbourhood Policing Teams. The staffing details are of course subject to change as there are new recruits and when people retire etc. In particular there will be changes after September 2021 when more officers are joining Neighbourhood Policing. The names and maps will be updated from time to time to reflect the changes.
On 18 May 2021, Northamptonshire launched their Force priorities for the coming year. You can read about them in detail here https://bit.ly/3uch7k5.