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PCC announces new fund to boost road safety across Warwickshire
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has announced a new £500,000 fund for initiatives tackling road safety, in a bid to reduce the numbers of people killed and seriously…
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Improved support services for victims of crime in Warwickshire
Victims of crime in Warwickshire will have access to improved help and support thanks to an enhanced service commissioned and funded by Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe. From…
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Child Sexual Exploitation is happening in Warwickshire – don’t ignore it
Warwickshire Police, Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Barnardo’s and Warwickshire County Council are supporting the national Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day on Monday (18 March) by running an awareness week.…
Crime in prisons: where now and where next?
PCCs present plan to government to tackle organised crime in prisons
Four Police and Crime Commissioners in the West Midlands are presenting to government a hard-hitting six-month study into crime in prisons after months of research and multi-agency work. The in-depth…
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Tougher powers to tackle unauthorised traveller sites welcomed
Government proposals to consult on tough new powers to tackle unauthorised traveller encampments have been welcomed by Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Philip Seccombe. Home Secretary Sajid Javid this week…
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Commissioner welcomes support for plans to increase police officer numbers
Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has welcomed the unanimous backing of the county’s Police & Crime Panel members who have today (Monday 4 February) supported his decision to…
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Losses of victims of cyber crime in Warwickshire more than halve during 2018
The total value of losses from cyber crime suffered by people in Warwickshire has dropped by more than half during 2018, new data from the national police fraud unit has…
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Views sought on budget plans to recruit more police officers
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe is asking the public to have their say on plans to increase the number of police officers, community support officers and police staff…
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Community projects set to benefit from Commissioner’s Grants Scheme
Community projects, crime-reduction initiatives, victims’ support services and non-profit groups are set for a cash injection from Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe, as he opens two grants schemes…
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Rural crime discussed at meeting in North Warwickshire
Crime affecting businesses, farms and communities in rural areas were top of the agenda at the annual meeting between police, partners and the local community across North Warwickshire, supported by…
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