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Annual Report 2017/18
The Police and Crime Commissioner has published his annual report, looking back at his past year in office.
Annual Report 2017/18
Independent Custody Visitors
We are keen to hear from people interested in volunteering as Independent Custody Visitors, who help maintain the safety and standards of police custody blocks for detainees.
Independent Custody Visitors
Victims and Witnesses Charter
The charter sets out the standards and services communities should expect to receive from the police and criminal justice agencies in the county if they fall victim to or witness a crime.
Victims and Witnesses Charter
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.
Tackling rural crime
Help put an end to hate
Find out more about how Warwickshire is tackling hate crime and how you can play your part.
Help put an end to hate

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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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Police and Crime Commissioner publishes his Annual Report
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Warwickshire, Philip Seccombe, has published his annual report, looking back at his past year in office. The 2017/18 report details how the PCC has… read more »
Pictured at the Warwickshire Problem Solving Partnership Event are, from left: Chief Superintendent Alex Franklin-Smith, Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe, Chief Constable Martin Jelley and Assistant Chief Constable Richard Moore. New focus on problem solving launched at joint conference in Warwickshire
A major new focus on problem solving in local communities was launched this week by Warwickshire Police at a joint partnership conference in Rugby. The Warwickshire Problem Solving Partnership event,… read more »
Operation Snap logo Operation Snap will help the battle against poor and dangerous driving
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has welcomed a pioneering new initiative being launched to help improve road safety in the county. ‘Operation Snap’ is being rolled out by… read more »
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