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Philip Seccombe talking to new police recruits
Record numbers of new officers join Warwickshire Police this month
The streets of Warwickshire are set to be even safer as a record number of new police officers will be joining Warwickshire Police this month. As well as 20 student…
Projects to keep Warwickshire safe given a £1 million boost
  Projects to keep communities safe, deter re-offending and divert young people away from anti-social behaviour are among the schemes in Warwickshire being given a £1 million boost by the…
Sergeant Vicki Duffield-Smith from Warwickshire Police, who is also a Royal Navy Reservist, with Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe.
Commissioner flies the flag for Armed Forces Day
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has welcomed the Armed Forces Day flag to his offices today, as it tours the county ahead of being presented at police headquarters…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe
Statement following inquest verdict on the death of Darren Cumberbatch
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has issued a statement following the conclusion of the inquest into the death of Darren Cumberbatch. Mr Cumberbatch died in hospital in July…
Record numbers of new police officers in training for Warwickshire
A record number of 76 new recruits to Warwickshire Police took part in a special parade at the force’s Leek Wootton headquarters today (Wednesday 19 June), ahead of their inspection…
Police Dog Buzz ready for action
Police dogs and other service animals protected as ‘Finn’s Law’ introduced
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe says that a new law protecting police dogs and other services animals is an important recognition of the vital role they play in…
Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe (right) with representatives from Change, Grow, Live
Services to deter substance misuse in Warwickshire commissioned by PCC
County-wide services to deter substance misuse among those involved in crime or at risk of being in the criminal justice system have been introduced by Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner…
Assistant Chief Constable Alex Franklin Smith and Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe with the new police officers at their passing out ceremony at Warwick School
Commissioner welcomes new officers to Warwickshire Police
Eleven new police officers will soon be hitting the streets of Warwickshire after passing out of their initial training phase. The new officers are the latest tranche to complete their…
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Praise for Youth Justice Service in Warwickshire
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has praised the county’s Youth Justice Service for its work to reduce re-offending among young people and for substantial reductions in the numbers…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner presents the village with its community box.
Stretton-on-Dunsmore is latest ‘Supported Village’
A rural crime prevention initiative funded by Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has expanded into its 12th community in the north of the county and the eighth in Rugby…
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