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Assurance and Scrutiny Officer
We’re looking for an ambitious and motivated individual with scrutiny, research, strategic planning and performance management experience to join our team.
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What you will pay for policing in 2024/25
Find out more about the budget for policing and what you will pay through Council Tax in 2024/25.
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Police and Crime Plan 2021-25
Find out more about the Commissioner's plan to reduce crime, support victims and make communities safer.
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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 >

Introducing the Commissioner

Philip Seccombe was re-elected for a second term as Police and Crime Commissioner for Warwickshire in May 2021, having first been elected in 2016. This term of office will run until May 2024.

His key priorities are to maximise the numbers of police officers serving the county, while also ensuring victims and witnesses are at the heart of the criminal justice system.  He has pledged to deliver a balanced budget, ensuring policing is well-funded but also delivers value for taxpayers and does not spend more than it receives.

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

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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Event showcases a refreshed approach to tackling retail crime in Warwickshire
A refreshed approach to tackling retail crime across Warwickshire has been given the support of business leaders, workforce representatives and police at a special seminar organised by Police and Crime…
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Commissioner Supports ‘It’s Not OK’ Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence Awareness Week
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner is supporting ‘It’s not OK’ Week, showcasing the support that is available across the county to help victims of sexual abuse and sexual violence. Sexual…
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Budget for policing receives unanimous backing from cross-party panel
Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe’s proposals to increase the funding available for policing, community safety and support services for victims have been given unanimous backing by the county’s Police…