About the programme
South Yorkshire Police has secured further funding from the Home Office to continue the Problem Solving Programme for another year, post March 2020, to build on its work to reduce demand by embedding a structured problem solving ethos and capability nationally.
Our programme, which will now be referred to as the Problem Solving and Crime Prevention programme, aims to achieve eleven key deliverables to assist in reducing demand and preventing crime.
To find out more about what the Problem Solving and Demand Reduction Programme delivered, view the Programme’s ‘So What’ booklet below.
All materials produced throughout the lifetime of the Programme (2017-2020) are also available to view on the Programme’s Knowledge Hub, here.
For more information on the programme, get in touch using the details below.
The programme's Privacy Notice can also be found here.
Get in touch
You can contact the Problem Solving and Demand Reduction Programme team by:
- Email: email@example.com
- Post: Problem Solving and Crime Prevention Programme, South Yorkshire Police, Carbrook House, 5 Carbrook Hall Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S9 2EG
- Phone: 0114 296 3274
- Twitter: @PSCP_Programme
- Join our Knowledge Hub: Problem Solving and Crime Prevention Programme
How we use your data
In April 2020, the Problem Solving and Demand Reduction Programme received funding to continue its work for another year. All data previously processed by the programme, now called the Problem Solving and Crime Prevention Programme, will therefore continue to be held and used in accordance with the programme’s Privacy Notice. If you wish for your data to no longer be retained by the programme, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
“Creating opportunities to reduce demand for police and partners by embedding a structured problem solving ethos and capability”
National Problem Solving Conference
The programme facilitates the National Problem Solving Conference annually.
Bookings for next year's conference, which will take place between 27 - 29 September 2021, are now open. For more information, click here.
The Tilley Awards
The Tilley Awards are broken down into five categories:
- Business Support and Volunteers
- Police Now and Student Officers
Applications for the 2020/21 awards are now closed. Category winners for the awards will be announced in January 2021, and the overall winner will be announced at the National Problem Solving Conference in September 2021.
All of the applications to the Tilley Awards, and copies of the 2018/19 and 2019/20 winning projects, are available to view and download from our Knowledge Hub page.
You can view a copy of our external announcements, here:
- South Yorkshire Police leads National Problem Solving Programme after £6.35m Police Transformation Fund Award - Aug 18
- Partnership projects to be recognised in national awards relaunch - Sep 18
- Eight weeks to go until deadline for national Tilley Awards - Nov 18
- Acclaimed professor marks one-month deadline for Tilley Award entries - Dec 18
- Finalists of 2018/19 Tilley Awards announced - Feb 19
- Winner of Tilley Awards announced - Apr 19
- Durham Constabulary's Chief Constable awarded Lifetime Achievement Tilley Award - Apr 19
- Applications for Tilley Awards officially open - Jun 19
- Global recognition for Tilley Award finalists - Aug 19
- One month to go until Tilley Award deadline - Sep 19
- One week to go until Tilley Award deadline - Oct 19
- South Yorkshire and Humberside Police first to go live with CONNECT Partner problem solving system - Nov 19
- PSDR programme supports College of Policing's annual CPD event - Nov 19
- Benefits reaped on one month milestone of CONNECT Partner go live - Dec 19
- Finalists of 2019/20 Tilley Awards announced - Jan 20
- PSDR programme launch Problem Solving user guides - March 20
- 2019/20 Tilley Award winner announced - March 20
- National Problem Solving Programme secures funding to continue - May 2020
- Tilley Awards open for applications - June 20
- REPORT: Problem-Oriented policing found to be effective in reducing crime and disorder - June 20
- One month to go until Tilley Award deadline - Sept 20
- Cost-Benefit Model for crime prevention published for national use - Sept 20
- Tilley Award submission deadline nears - Oct 20
- Launch of mental health street triage guide - Dec 20