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A new £500,000 grant fund for initiatives tackling road safety is now open for applications as part of the Commissioner's commitment to reduce the numbers of people killed and seriously injured on the county’s roads.
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We are looking for someone with excellent organisational and communications skills to join our small but busy team as a Personal Assistant to the Chief Executive.
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Find out more about what the policing element of your Council Tax bill will pay for during 2019/20.
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Improved support for victims
Victims of crime in Warwickshire now have access to improved help and support thanks to an enhanced service commissioned and funded by Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe.
Improved support for victims
Helping you stay cyber safe
Find out more about the work being funded by the Commissioner to help combat cyber crime.
Helping you stay cyber safe
Tackling rural crime
Find out more about Rural Watch and the work the Commissioner funds to address crime in rural areas.
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Help put an end to hate
Find out more about how Warwickshire is tackling hate crime and how you can play your part.
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Introducing the Commissioner

Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe

Philip Seccombe was elected as the Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner in May 2016.

His key priorities are to ensure that police are properly equipped, trained and motivated to protect the public and bring offenders to justice, while maintaining high visibility among local communities and giving strong support to victims of crime.

He also funds a wide range of initiatives designed to improve community safety, rehabilitate offenders and help people to reduce their chances of becoming victims of crime.

The Commissioner’s role is also to hold the Chief Constable to account, and listen to the views of the public on policing matters.  To contact Philip or give your views on crime and community safety issues, please get in touch through our Contact Us section.

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PCC’s new road safety fund opens for applications
A new £500,000 fund for projects tackling road safety in Warwickshire has been opened for applications by the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Philip Seccombe. The Warwickshire Road Safety Fund… read more »
Warwickshire PCC Philip Seccombe with the officers and staff at the rural crime training Training day boosts police officer knowledge of rural crime
Police officers from Warwickshire and across the wider West Midlands region have benefited from a special rural crime training day, funded by Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Philip Seccombe. The… read more »
The Leek Wootton site Warwickshire Police to re-establish force headquarters at Leek Wootton
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has today announced he is to halt the sale of the police site at Leek Wootton and the premises will be re-designated as… read more »
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