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Communities encouraged to attend Love Instead of Hate conference
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe is encouraging people who live or work in Warwickshire to attend a special conference in the county next month, being organised to bring…
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Search launched for outstanding heroes of policing and community safety
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has launched a quest to find the individual or team which has made an outstanding contribution to policing or community safety. This will…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner at a regional drugs policy summit
PCC supports calls for Spice to be upgraded to Class A drug
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe is supporting calls on the Government to reclassify Spice and other synthetic cannabinoid substances as Class A drugs. Along with 19 other Conservative…
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Resources are in place to continue tackling rural crime says PCC
Resources are in place and efforts are being reinforced to tackle rural crime, says Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe, following the release of a report which showed the…
On patrol in North Warwickshire are, from left, Andy Eardley from the Environment Agency, PSCSO Simeon Hodson from Warwickshire Police, PC Dave Riley from Leicestershire Police and Carol Cotterill, Rural Crime Officer for North Warwickshire.
Rural patrols help deter crime in and around county waterways
A recent operation saw local officers from Coleshill and Atherstone work with the PCC-funded Rural Crime Officer and partners from the Environment Agency and Angling Trust to tackle crime in…
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Warwickshire victims of crime get 24/7 support online via Live Chat service
An online support service for victims of crime in Warwickshire has been rolled out 24 hours a day, seven days a week by Victim Support. The independent charity, whose work…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe with Emily van der Lely from Crimestoppers and the ad van at its first stop in Stratford Upon Avon.
Commissioner welcomes County Lines campaign to Warwickshire
A new campaign to raise awareness of ‘county lines’ serious and organised crime has reached Warwickshire, with the backing of the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Philip Seccombe. Independent charity…
PCSO Sarah Fretter from Warwickshire Police; Carol Cotterill, Rural Crime Co-ordinator; and Rebecca Roberts, from Warwickshire Fire & Rescue Service’s Arson Reduction Team
Fire safety advice sheets for farms now available on Rural Watch website
As farmers start harvesting this summer, there is always the risk of fire from a number of sources and this is especially relevant this year with the very hot weather…
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Policing pilot boosts response times and improves visibility
A pilot programme introducing changes to the working arrangements of police officers deploying from Stratford-upon-Avon and Alcester, has resulted in faster response times and improved visible policing for those living…
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…
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