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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…
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…
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…
The Commissioner with members of the police Safer Neighbourhood Team, Town Rangers, Rugby First representatives and Business Crime Advisor Bogdan Fironda at a town centre retailer.
Rugby’s retail radio expands thanks to Commissioner’s funding boost
Rugby’s retail radio network has been expanded with a new repeat transmitter to extend the coverage and give greater capacity for the future, all thanks to funding from Police and…
PCSO Jon Townsend, David Rankin, Patrick Johnson, Carol Cotterill, Sean Corney, Edward Palusinski, Philip Seccombe and PCSO David Banks.
Lime Tree Village joins the fight against rural crime
Lime Tree Village in Dunchurch, near Rugby, has become the latest community to join the Warwickshire Supported Villages Scheme. By gaining ‘Supported Village’ status, residents are demonstrating that their community…
At the launch of the Rural Crime Team are: Rural Crime Officer Carol Cotterill, Inspector Allison Wiggin, PCC Philip Seccombe, Chief Constable Martin Jelley, Sergeant Bob Shaw, PC Andy Timmins, PC Kate Taylor, PC Craig Purcell
Warwickshire Police launch Rural Crime Team
Warwickshire Police are today 7 October 2019 delighted to announce the launch of the first Warwickshire Rural Crime Team dedicated to reducing rural crime across the county. The launch coincides…
Pictured at Nether Whitacre is Community Speedwatch volunteer Carol Wallace (behind the speed camera), with, from left to right: PC Simon Ackroyd, Speedwatch co-ordinator Bev Woollaston, Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe, Cllr David Reilly, PC Simon Ackroyd and Community Speedwatch volunteers Arthur Harris and Steve Collins.
Road safety given a boost across North Warwickshire
Speeding drivers across North Warwickshire are set to have the brakes put on them thanks to road safety funding granted by Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe.  A bid…
Warwickshire Police launches Operation Tempest
This week sees Warwickshire Police launch Operation Tempest, a new initiative aimed at tackling acquisitive crime, with a focus on rural communities within the district of Stratford-upon-Avon. Acquisitive crime includes…
Third cyber crime survey launches in Warwickshire
Warwickshire County Council, Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe and Warwickshire Police have launched a new survey to assess the impact that online crime is having around the county. The…
Two mobile phones displaying the new smartphone app
Commissioner funds UK’s first Rural Crime Advice app for officers
A unique new smartphone app has been launched to help support officers and staff engaging with and responding to rural crime incidents, funded by Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip…
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