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The Commissioner with police and volunteers in Henley-on-Arden.
Community Speed Watch receives six laser speed devices to boost speed monitoring activities
Community Speed Watch activities in Warwickshire have received a boost thanks to the purchase of six additional LTI 100 20-20 Ultralite laser speed devices from £10k of funding from Warwickshire…
The Commissioner hands out #ShopKind signs
Police and Crime Commissioner urges people to ‘#ShopKind’
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe is backing the ‘#ShopKind’ campaign to help tackle violence and abused faced by shopworkers. He joined Business Crime Advisor Bogdan Fironda on a…
Philip Seccombe signing the White Ribbon promise
Commissioner signs the White Ribbon Day promise to end violence against women and girls
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has added his voice to a global call for men to ‘Make The Promise’ to say no to violence against women and girls.…
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Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership remembers all those affected by road traffic collisions
Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership is supporting the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims on Sunday 21 November by remembering all those who have lost their lives or been…
Officers on foot patrol in Nuneaton
Safer Streets funding secured for Warwickshire
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe and Warwickshire County Council’s Community Safety team have secured £249,000 of additional funding to help make women and girls safer in public spaces…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe
Protecting women from violence and harassment remains a major priority in Warwickshire
More will be done in Warwickshire to protect women from abuse and bring about a change in attitudes to violent crime against women, says Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Philip…
Chief Fire Officer Ben Brooks, Councillor Martin Watson, Warwickshire Police Chief Constable Debbie Tedds, and Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe
Partners show their commitment to road safety in Warwickshire by launching new Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership
Partners in Warwickshire are showing their commitment to reducing the numbers of people killed or seriously injured on our roads by joining together to form a new Warwickshire Road Safety…
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Help to improve parking at Warwickshire schools
Residents have a chance to share their thoughts and experiences of parking outside Warwickshire schools. Warwickshire County Council, Warwickshire Police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner are…
Chris Lewis gives the thumbs up in his running gear
Runners are asked to support 200km run to raise money for road safety charity RoadPeace
Keen runners are being urged to support a senior police officer in a 200km run this month to raise money for the road safety charity, RoadPeace. Detective Chief Superintendent Andy…
The Something's Not Right website
Child exploitation is happening in Warwickshire. Don’t ignore it.
A new website and campaign called ‘Something’s Not Right’ has been launched to raise awareness of child exploitation in Warwickshire. Child Exploitation Awareness Day is taking place on Thursday 18th March…