Longest S and Longest I Calls: Camden 4

Meeting: 
MQT on 2014-11-19
Session date: 
November 19, 2014
Reference: 
2014/4365
Question By: 
Andrew Dismore
Organisation: 
Labour Group
Asked Of: 
The Mayor
Category: 

Question

For October 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 4

Answer for Longest S and Longest I Calls: Camden 4

Answered By: 
The Mayor

I GRADES

CAD 991/11OCT - TOO: 02:06 - I grade (Time 149.28)

Caller stated that there was a fight at the location.  Camden had no unit's available and requested assistance from British Transport Police who were also unable to assist with a unit. The delays in assignment were due to another CAD where an Officer was assaulted. When police arrive on scene there was no trace of any fight and it was established the incident was linked to an earlier Robbery in Islington whereby the victim was taken to hospital. A crime report for Robbery had been completed. 

CAD 1418/11OCT - TOO: 03:10 - I grade (Time 73.5 minutes)

Call stated that a male had attended hospital and ran out.  He was believed to be a self-harmer.  Camden had no unit's available and requested assistance from Barnet  who also had no units to deal. Male was eventually found safe and well.  A Merlin report was completed.

CAD 7337/18OCT - TOO: 17:11 - I grade (Time 62.15 minutes)

Call stated a female robbed a homeless female.  Camden had no units to deal and a request was sent to surrounding stations for assistance.  No surrounding unit was available.  A unit was later assigned however then flagged down to deal with an unlinked incident where a male was bleeding from the head. When a unit arrived on scene there was no trace of a victim or informant.

S GRADES

CAD 4470/22OCT - TOO: 13:33 - S grade (Time 1256.22 minutes)

Caller reporting a male under section had gone missing from the location. Whilst police were still trying to assign the incident, a linked call had come through stating the male had returned.  This CAD was then scheduled for an appointment for an officer to attend and de-brief the male the next day.  The time of arrival on the CAD is for when the officer attends the appointment.

CAD 12151/31OCT - TOO 21:56 - S grade (Time 937.14 minutes)

This CAD relates to a police generated incident for an arrest enquiry which was incorrectly graded. The male was arrested on a linked CAD and the time of arrival place on this CAD was for when the male was arrested.  The male was wanted on warrant by magistrate's court.  The call should have been an E grade rather than an S grade.  

CAD 11568/31OCT - TOO 21:18 - S grade (Time 825.49 minutes)

Caller stated that she was concerned for her elderly uncle. Camden had assigned a unit however they were then diverted to an immediate response call.  The caller was contacted who stated she wanted to be present when police attended.  An appointment was made for the following day and the time of arrival given was when police arrived at the appointment.