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Resources are in place to continue tackling rural crime says PCC
Resources are in place and efforts are being reinforced to tackle rural crime, says Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe, following the release of a report which showed the…
On patrol in North Warwickshire are, from left, Andy Eardley from the Environment Agency, PSCSO Simeon Hodson from Warwickshire Police, PC Dave Riley from Leicestershire Police and Carol Cotterill, Rural Crime Officer for North Warwickshire.
Rural patrols help deter crime in and around county waterways
A recent operation saw local officers from Coleshill and Atherstone work with the PCC-funded Rural Crime Officer and partners from the Environment Agency and Angling Trust to tackle crime in…
PCSO Sarah Fretter from Warwickshire Police; Carol Cotterill, Rural Crime Co-ordinator; and Rebecca Roberts, from Warwickshire Fire & Rescue Service’s Arson Reduction Team
Fire safety advice sheets for farms now available on Rural Watch website
As farmers start harvesting this summer, there is always the risk of fire from a number of sources and this is especially relevant this year with the very hot weather…
: Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe (centre) is pictured, from left, with Chris Cade, chair of Warwickshire Neighbourhood Watch Association and vice-chair of Rugby Borough NHW; Colin Cartright from North Warwickshire NHW Association; Neil Cavanagh, chair of Nuneaton North East NHW Association; and Tony Hardman from North Warwickshire NHW Association.
PCC praises Neighbourhood Watch and confirms £5,000 of funding
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has used National Neighbourhood Watch Week (June 16-24) to reconfirm his commitment to the voluntary movement and announce more than £5,000 of funding…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe and representatives of the projects which have received £2,345,318 in funding from the Commissioner’s Grants Scheme.
Commissioner gives community safety projects a multi-million pound boost
Projects tackling domestic violence, drug and alcohol abuse, sexual offences and programmes providing positive diversionary activities for young people are among the county initiatives being given a £2.3 million boost…
Chief Inspector Daf Goddard presenting the community box to Michael Koch, Chair of Marton Parish council with Carol Cotterill, Rural Crime Officer, PC Paula Haden, PCSO Kamilla Shilton from Rugby SNT and members of the Marton community.
Marton becomes ninth ‘Supported Village’ in rural crime initiative
Marton has become the latest rural community in the north of the county to join a crime prevention initiative funded by the Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Philip Seccombe. By…
Launching the 'Police - stop this vehicle' scheme for agricultural vehicles are, from left: PCSO Jane Owen, Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe, Rural Crime Co-ordinator Carol Cotterill and Sergeant Neil Pearsall.
New scheme launched to combat agricultural vehicle thefts
A new scheme has been launched by the police in to help tackle thefts of agricultural vehicles in the Warwickshire. Stickers with ‘Police – Stop, if moving between 10pm and…
Businesses warned about the dangers of cyber crime
Businesses are being urged to switch on to the increasing dangers of cyber crime in order to survive. Around £8.8 million has been lost by residents across Warwickshire, according to…
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Have your say, make your voice heard – the 2018 National Rural Crime Survey
It’s three years since the last National Rural Crime Survey revealed the huge cost of crime to rural communities – both financial, at £800 million per year, and fear, with…
Brinklow Supported Villages Scheme launch, from left : PCSO Sharon Baille Crabtree, PCSO David Banks, Jennie Boonham, Deputy PCC Robt Tromans, Vera McBay, David Lowe, John Reid, Michael Lavin, Elaine Friswell and PC Stuart Baker.
Brinklow becomes eighth ‘Supported Village’ in Rural Crime Initiative
Brinklow has become the latest rural community in the north of the county to join a crime prevention initiative funded by the Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Philip Seccombe. By…
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