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Warwickshire PCC Philip Seccombe with the officers and staff at the rural crime training
Training day boosts police officer knowledge of rural crime
Police officers from Warwickshire and across the wider West Midlands region have benefited from a special rural crime training day, funded by Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Philip Seccombe. The…
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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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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…
Officers on foot patrol in Nuneaton
Reassurance given that local policing will be unaffected by alliance changes
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has reassured communities across the county that there will be no adverse impact on local policing following the decision of West Mercia Police…
Woodcote House at Leek Wootton
Former Warwickshire Police headquarters site to be marketed for sale
The former headquarters of Warwickshire Police at Leek Wootton is to be marketed for sale with the funding raised to be used to support future policing budgets, Police and Crime…
Warwickshire Police recruitment poster
Warwickshire Police offers officer roles to armed forces and other emergency services workers
Warwickshire Police is among the first forces in the country to extend their eligibility criteria for new officers to members of the armed forces and emergency services, as well as…
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Response to decision by West Mercia PCC and Chief Constable to withdraw from the strategic alliance
A decision has been taken by the West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable to withdraw from the strategic alliance arrangements currently in place with Warwickshire Police, effective…
The former police station and court building at Southam
Sale of former police station and court building in Southam
The former police station and court building on Southam High Street is being put up for sale to raise funds for the policing budget by the county’s Police and Crime…
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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…
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,…
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