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Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe
PCC backs calls for improved custody conditions for female detainees
Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has united with nearly 40 of his counterparts across the country to urge the Government to update legislation around the treatment of female…
Communities encouraged to attend Love Instead of Hate conference
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe is encouraging people who live or work in Warwickshire to attend a special conference in the county next month, being organised to bring…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner at a regional drugs policy summit
PCC supports calls for Spice to be upgraded to Class A drug
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe is supporting calls on the Government to reclassify Spice and other synthetic cannabinoid substances as Class A drugs. Along with 19 other Conservative…
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Operation Snap will help the battle against poor and dangerous driving
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has welcomed a pioneering new initiative being launched to help improve road safety in the county. ‘Operation Snap’ is being rolled out by…
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…
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Team that tackles child sexual exploitation to host live webchat
Warwickshire Police is hosting an online discussion for members of the public to ask questions about the work we are doing to tackle child sexual exploitation. The Warwickshire multi-agency team,…
Pictured at the training event are, from left: Lara Macnab (Warwickshire Legal Services), Tom Rogers (Warwickshire MAPPA Coordinator), Michael Goucher (Warwickshire Legal Services) and Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe.
Training for criminal justice practitioners boosts public protection
Frontline practitioners from a range of criminal justice agencies from across Warwickshire have received training on how best to use legislation and court orders to safeguard the public from dangerous…
Helping to launch the #NoMeansNo campaign outside Nuneaton Town Hall.
Commissioner supports #NoMeansNo campaign in Nuneaton and Bedworth
Nuneaton and Bedworth Safer Communities Partnership (NABSCOP) is running an awareness campaign led by the Borough Council and with support from Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe, to highlight…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner addresses the Community Speed Watch summit in Warwick.
Summit meeting gives support to county Community Speed Watch schemes
A summit meeting organised by Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has heard that Community Speed Watch schemes continue to play a vital part in reducing road casualties in…
Warwickshire Police Chief Constable Martin Jelley and Police and Crime Commissioner welcome Home Secretary Amber Rudd MP (centre) to the Leamington Justice Centre.
Home Secretary visits Warwickshire Police to discuss domestic violence
Home Secretary Amber Rudd visited Warwickshire Police to talk to officers and staff about the force’s approach to tackling domestic violence and abuse. She was particularly keen to meet with frontline…
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