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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…
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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…
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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…
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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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Reported crime in Warwickshire reduces, bucking the national trend
Overall reported crime across Warwickshire has fallen – bucking a national trend –  according to new figures released by the Office for National Statistics, with significant decreases in burglary, theft,…
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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…
Crime in prisons: where now and where next?
PCCs present plan to government to tackle organised crime in prisons
Four Police and Crime Commissioners in the West Midlands are presenting to government a hard-hitting six-month study into crime in prisons after months of research and multi-agency work. The in-depth…
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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…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe (centre) with Cyber Crime Advisors Joseph Patterson and Abbey Baker.
Losses of victims of cyber crime in Warwickshire more than halve during 2018
The total value of losses from cyber crime suffered by people in Warwickshire has dropped by more than half during 2018, new data from the national police fraud unit has…
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Community projects set to benefit from Commissioner’s Grants Scheme
Community projects, crime-reduction initiatives, victims’ support services and non-profit groups are set for a cash injection from Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe, as he opens two grants schemes…
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