Formal Written Communication

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In this booklet I will be: P1- Describing different types of formal written communication used in the uniformed public services. ‘An annual report is a comprehensive report on a company's activities throughout the preceding year. Annual reports are intended to give shareholders and other interested people information about the company's activities and financial performance.’ (22/01/15) Annual reports in the police The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner are required to produce an annual report at the end of the financial year. This report must include an assessment of the extent to which, during that year, proposals have been implemented, and things done, in accordance with the…show more content…
They must also write a main summary outlining the main findings in the report under the four healthy establishment areas, which are listed below: Healthy prison area Subject area Safety Courts, escorts and transfers Early days in custody Bullying and violence reduction (including care of vulnerable prisoners) Self-harm and suicide prevention Safeguarding (protection of adults at risk) Security Incentives and earned privileges Discipline Substance misuse Respect Residential units Staff-prisoner relationships Equality and diversity Faith and religious activity Complaints Legal rights Health services Catering Purchases Purposeful activity Time out of cell Learning and skills and work activities Physical education and healthy living Resettlement Strategic management of resettlement Offender management and planning Reintegration planning Each prison needs to ensure that each point in the table is being enforced and the prisoners are healthy, happy and well looked after. In the police: Standard operating procedures combine guidance, information and instruction for officers and staff, which describe in practical terms the work or activity to be carried out to ensure a fair, consistent and reliable approach is taken. Whilst Standard operating procedures set out processes and procedures it is recognised that there will be circumstances requiring action on the part of officers or
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