School Officers (5282/14)

Request

How many full-time (warranted) police officers did the constabulary have based in schools, in:

a)         2010

b)         2012

c)         2014

 

How many police community support officers (PCSOs) did the constabulary have based in

schools, in:

a)         2010

b)         2012

c)         2014

 

How many schools in the constabulary area had an officer based there (not including ‘named officers’ who are not based in a school), in:

a)         2010

b)         2012

c)         2014

 

Does the constabulary have any plans to:

a)         expand the number of officers based in schools?

b)         Reduce the number of officers based in schools?

 

 

Does the constabulary have a specific training programme in place for school-based police officers?

 

How many schools within the boundary of the constabulary had a formal agreement in

place with the force to work together (i.e how many schools were part of a Safer Schools

Partnership), in

a)    2010

b)   2012

c)    2014

Response

How many full-time (warranted) police officers did the constabulary have based in schools, in:

a)         2010

b)         2012

c)         2014

 

West Midlands Police do not have any specific school based officers (Police or PCSOs)

 

 How many police community support officers (PCSOs) did the constabulary have based in schools, in:

a)         2010

b)         2012

c)         2014

 

As above

 

How many schools in the constabulary area had an officer based there (not including ‘named officers’ who are not based in a school), in:

a)         2010

b)         2012

c)         2014

 

As above

 

Does the constabulary have any plans to:

a)         expand the number of officers based in schools?

b)         Reduce the number of officers based in schools?

 

As above

 

 

Does the constabulary have a specific training programme in place for school-based police officers?

 

As above

 

How many schools within the boundary of the constabulary had a formal agreement in

place with the force to work together (i.e how many schools were part of a Safer Schools

Partnership), in

a)    2010

b)   2012

c)    2014

 

Effective joint working between schools and the police is widely recognised as an important partnership approach in reducing crime and positively influencing the behaviour of young people. Partnership arrangements would be arranged on an individual basis between the school and the Local Policing unit. There is no central list of agreements.

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