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PCC Philip Seccombe (centre) shows off the new camera equipment with Sgt Shaun Bridle (left) and Inspector Jem Mountford from Warwickshire Police
Warwickshire Police purchases ‘next generation’ speed cameras to deter and detect speeding motorists
Sophisticated new speed recording equipment is now helping Warwickshire Police enforce speed limits more effectively, thanks to £20,000 of funding from Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe’s Road Safety…
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Covid-19 Recovery Fund launched by Police and Crime Commissioner
A £100,000 Covid-19 Recovery Fund has been launched by Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe to help provide an additional cash boost to organisations working to improve community safety…
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Extra funding for domestic abuse and sexual violence support services
Charities and other organisations supporting victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence will benefit from more than £218,000 in emergency funding, Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has confirmed.…
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Firms reminded that Business Watch has valuable advice as they reopen
Shops and other businesses are being reminded of the help that’s available to help them combat crime as they reopen across Warwickshire now lockdown restrictions are beginning to ease. With…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe with Tony Hardman from North Warwickshire Neighbourhood Watch Stand during the Coleshill Big Day Out in 2018.
PCC says thanks to Neighbourhood Watch groups in Warwickshire
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has used National Neighbourhood Watch Week to praise local volunteers for the work they do to help combat crime, while confirming more than…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe at his desk
Warwickshire PCC on why it is important to reflect on the death of George Floyd
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has spoken of his horror at the dreadful scenes which lead to the death of George Floyd during a police arrest in the…
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Thank you to those who volunteer to support policing
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has added his thanks to all those who volunteer their time to support policing, as National Volunteers Week (June 1-7) gets under way.…
Cameras help the fightback against fly-tipping
The fight back against the scourge of fly tipping in rural parts of South Warwickshire is continuing with CCTV cameras being used at hot-spot locations, thanks to continued funding from…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe stands between two police cars with members of the new Vehicle Crime Team at Greys Mallory.
Police precept rise is enabling new resources to tackle public’s priorities
Three areas of policing are set to see increased focus across the county as a direct result of the extra resources provided by increased Council Tax funding, Warwickshire Police and…
Philip Seccombe with a large cheque for the grants recipients
Projects given a £2.25 million boost to help keep Warwickshire safe and aid coronavirus response
Projects to keep communities safe and protect some of the most vulnerable in society are among the schemes in Warwickshire being given a £2.25 million pound boost by the county’s…
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