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Police and Crime Commissioner elections are taking place in England and Wales on 2 May 2024
If you are eligible to vote and are registered to vote in an area that has a PCC, you can vote in the Police and Crime Commissioner elections.

The Police & Crime Plan for Warwickshire

Priority 1: Fight Crime and Reduce Reoffending Find out more >
Priority 2: Deliver Visible and Effective Policing Find out more >
Priority 3: Keep People Safe and Reduce Harm Find out more >
Priority 4: Strengthen Communities Find out more >
Priority 5: Deliver Better Justice For All Find out more >

Pre-election period

The pre-election period in Warwickshire has commenced. During this time our activity will be significantly reduced as we follow election protocol that sets out the arrangements to ensure that candidates and potential candidates participating in the election for the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Warwickshire are dealt with in a fair, transparent and impartial manner.

You can find out more information about this process, as well as any correspondence with prospective candidates on our PCC elections page.

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Statement regarding policing of hunting
Following the decision of Warwickshire Police to withdraw its protocol with the Warwickshire Hunt, and its future plans to put in place a public code of behaviour for anyone conducting…
Photo of Philip Seccombe with quote: I know that communities across the county are concerned about the impact of anti-social behaviour and associate violence and disorder, so this additional government funding is extremely good news. Anti-social behaviour is not low-level crime and it needs a strong police and partner response to tackle it.
£1 million plans for hotspot patrolling to tackle anti-social behaviour and serious violence announced
Proposed details of how £1 million of funding to tackle violence and disorder in areas with high levels of anti-social behaviour across Warwickshire have been revealed by Police and Crime…
PCC at grants launch handing over check to young people first
Projects to prevent crime and anti-social behaviour get a major funding boost
Services and projects across Warwickshire which help prevent crime and anti-social behaviour or divert people away from a life of offending have been given a £300,000 funding boost. Warwickshire Police…