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Warwickshire PCC extends Chief Constable’s contract for two years
Warwickshire Police’s Chief Constable Martin Jelley will remain at the helm of the force until March 2022, after his contract was extended by the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Philip…
Richard Hemphill, Parish Councillor and Community Speed Watch volunteer; Bev Woollaston, Parish Clerk and Speed Watch Coordinator; Carol Cotterill, Rural Crime Office for Warwickshire Police; Keith Woodward, Chair of Parish Council; Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe; Arthur Harris, Community Speed Watch volunteer and PCSO Jane Owen from the Coleshill Safer Neighbourhood Team.
Nether Whitacre latest community to gain ‘Supported Village’ status
Nether Whitacre has become the latest village in Warwickshire to join the ‘Supported Villages Scheme’ funded by the Police and Crime Commissioner, Philip Seccombe. Working with Carol Cotterill, Rural Crime…
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PCC launches annual police budget consultation
Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has launched his annual consultation on the policing budget, asking the public for their feedback on how best to meet the challenges facing…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe with officers from the Rural Crime Team and Safer Neighbourhood Teams at the Atherstone meeting
North Warwickshire rural engagement evening
The fifth annual Warwickshire Police engagement evening held to specifically support farmers, horse owners and rural businesses in North Warwickshire has been held in Atherstone. As well as Warwickshire Police…
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Commissioner welcomes return of patrol policing to Coleshill
Patrol officers are to be based in Coleshill again, as part of Warwickshire Police’s commitment to serving its most rural locations. Chief Inspector Lee Kemp said: “This is excellent news…
Last year’s grants recipients with Mr Seccombe at a special launch event.
Commissioner’s Grants Scheme now open to applications for 2020/21
Projects and initiatives designed to help boost community safety and victim care across Warwickshire are being invited to bid for a slice of £658,000 of funding by the county’s Police…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe and Chief Constable Martin Jelley with the 98 student officers at Stuart Ross House in Warwick.
Records continue to be broken as Warwickshire Police reaches 1,000 officers
Records are continuing to tumble as new recruits join Warwickshire Police in unprecedented numbers, bringing the force’s officer headcount up to the 1,000 mark. There are currently 98 new constables…
PC James Graham fits a child car safety seat watched by PCC Seccombe
Warwickshire Police wins funding to improve Child Car Seat Safety
Fifteen Warwickshire Police Staff have been trained to nationally accredited standards to help improve child car seat safety after Warwickshire Police won funding from the Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner’s…
PCC Philip Seccombe and 2019 Excellence in Policing and Community Safety Award Winner, PC Stephen Croshaw
2019 PCC Award winner revealed
The winner of the 2019 Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Award for Excellence in Policing and Community Safety has been revealed as PC Stephen Croshaw, from Warwickshire Police’s Nuneaton Safer…
Approved Driving Instructors being Funded by the PCC to become Honest Truth Driving Instructors
Warwickshire Police is asking driving instructors to come forward to help young drivers stay safer on Warwickshire roads
  Warwickshire Police is asking for up to 75 Approved Driving Instructors to join them as ‘Honest Truth’ Driving Instructors funded by the Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner to help…
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