Longest S and Longest I Calls: Camden

Meeting: 
MQT on 2014-10-22
Session date: 
October 22, 2014
Reference: 
2014/3770
Question By: 
Andrew Dismore
Organisation: 
Labour Group
Asked Of: 
The Mayor
Category: 

Question

For August and September  2014 in Camden , what was the longest 3 waits for a response to an S call and longest 3 waits for a response to an I call?

Answer

Answer for Longest S and Longest I Calls: Camden

Answer for Longest S and Longest I Calls: Camden

Answered By: 
The Mayor

Three longest I Grade CADS for August

61 minutes, 53 Minutes and 46 Minutes

Three longest I grades CADS for September

37 Minutes, 36 Minutes, 32 Minutes

Three longest S grade CADS for August

1678 Minutes, 772 Minutes, 383 Minutes

Three longest S grade CADS for September

2836 Minutes, 1337 Minutes, 550 Minutes

Three longest I Grade CADS for August - Camden

CAD 7493/05 (61 minutes) call stated youngsters were setting fire to bins, London fire brigade (LFB) were called. A police unit was assigned but diverted to another call.  Police arrived on scene and resulted the call with an area search no trace.  LFB also attended.

CAD 7158/30 (53 Minutes) Call from LAS for a Road Traffic Accident car V Pedestrian.  Police provide an update to incident within 15 minutes of receiving the call.  An incorrect time of arrival was placed on the CAD.

CAD 9543/20 (46 Minutes) call stating she had her phone snatched.  No units were available to deal with the call, and the call was passed to surrounding boroughs.  The victim had made her way home whilst waiting for police and the call remained I graded.  Officer did carry out a search for the suspect and the call resulted in a crime report for Theft.

Three longest I grades CADS for September - Camden

CAD 10268/26 (37 Minutes) call stating males had attacked a friend, the incident happened in Hampstead Heath Park and the parks officers were assigned to the call to attend.  Officers were then diverted to another call nearby and another unit was assigned.  Call resulted in a common assault crime report. Male had been punched in the face.

CAD 6295/08 (36 Minutes) Caller stated that he believed he had been targeted by a courier scam where people will attend his house and take his cards.  The call was circulated with no units to deal.  The call was I graded as the victim believed suspects were on their way around to his address imminently.  The next available unit was assigned. The crime was resulted as no offences disclosed as the victim did not wish to take the matter any further.

CAD 9051/27 (32 Minutes) call stating that victim had his phone snatched from his hands.  There were no available units to attend initially.  A unit was assigned after 17 minutes and the call resulted in a crime report for Theft.

Three longest S grade CADS for August - Camden

CAD 5523/29 (1678 Minutes) Attempted fraud where informant had been told his card had been cloned. Appointment was made with informant for the next day, however the call remained an S grade until officers arrived the next day for appointment. Call resulted in a crime report for Attempted Fraud.

CAD 9992/29 (772 Minutes) Non- residential burglary, informant requested an appointment for the next day for police to attend, and the appointment was made, however the call remained an S grade until the officers arrived the next day. Call resulted in a crime report for Theft.

CAD 6840/09 (383 Minutes) call stating a male was being threatening and was armed with a stick. Suspect no longer present, issue is on going neighbour dispute. No units were available to assist due to all dealing with other calls and prisoners.  Call resulted in an update onto a previous crime report.

Three longest S grade CADS for September - Camden

CAD 8804/23 (2836 Minutes) caller wanting to report harassment on behalf of a family member, call was made early evening however no units were available to assist.  Police attended later on in the evening and spoke with the interpreter who was the original informant.  He requested an appointment be made due to the lateness of the evening. The call remained an S grade until the officers arrived for the appointment. Call resulted in a crime report for Harassment.

CAD 8655/15 (1337 Minutes) Caller stating youths being anti -social and had let off a fire extinguisher.  The youths had run off from the location. Caller stated they were happy for safer Neighbourhood team to attend when he was next working.  The call remained an S grade and the CAD scheduled for the following day. Call resulted in a crime report for Criminal Damage. 

CAD 10154/25 (550 Minutes) Caller stating that youths were smoking drugs, and drinking alcohol at location. An officer was assigned to the call within the hour however no result was given.  The call remained open over night until it was scheduled the following morning for a result.  An incorrect time of arrival was given on the CAD. Call was resulted in being closed pending further calls. No trace of anyone when police arrived.