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Causes of concern
HMIC found that the current approach to mapping organised crime groups is applied by forces in an unacceptably inconsistent way, giving an incomplete and inaccurate picture of the national threat. Given the severity and nature of organised crime, a more coherent and consistent approach is critical.
• Immediately, the responsibility for mapping organised crime groups should be transferred from individual police forces to regional organised crime units, and this transfer should be completed no later than September 2017.
[on]3rd March 2017 [status]awaiting-review[/status][/on][on]10th April 2018 [status]being-progressed[/status][/on][on]13th April 2018 [comment]
Sussex Police continue to adhere to national standards in relation to OCG scoring and assessment and the regional OCG manager has reported that Sussex perform well in this area, in relation to the quality of data, OCG scoring and submissions.The agreed regional plan to implement an OCG co-ordinator post in each force working to the SERCOU OCGM Manager is now in place. There will be one OCG Coordinator for Sussex & Surrey who will take up post on 01/10/2017.The PEEL effectiveness 2017 inspection confirmed that Sussex Police map organised crime groups effectively.
[/comment][/on][on]3rd May 2018 [status]complete[/status][/on]