Our values have a major influence on the way we want to be seen:
- objectivity in decision-making
- the desire to meet the needs of the community and
- an approach to service delivery which is professional on every level.
- The sharing of expertise and best practice.
- The creation of greater resilience and robustness to cope with unforeseen challenges such as disease outbreaks, large scale investigations or loss of key personnel.
- Sharing and developing resources to drive efficiency and effectiveness including systems and areas of specialist knowledge such as legal, finance and investigative skills.
- Eliminating duplication by needing to do things only once across all locations and elements of the service for example procedures and standard documentation.
- Building on the success and innovation of the partners to agreement and learning from each other and implementing that learning.
- The effective use of communication to protect communities and enhance the reputation of the Partnership and the Councils.
- Reduce costs by operating jointly.
- Making effective use of partnership funding, service specific grants and monies received from the Proceeds of Crime Incentivisation Scheme.
- Development of the Service in ways which drive further efficiencies and service improvements.
- Playing our role and enhancing our reputation on a regional and national level.