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Warwickshire PCC Philip Seccombe launching the grant scheme at the ‘Building a Stronger Warwickshire Together Conference’ with, from left, Councillor John Horner, Cabinet Portfolio Holder for Community Safety for Warwickshire County Council; Paul Tolley from Warwickshire Community and Voluntary Action; and Phil Evans, Head of Community Services for Warwickshire County Council.
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 reopens his Grants Scheme…
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Protect 2016 gives a unique insight into policing in Warwickshire
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe is supporting Protect 2016, a 10-day initiative which will ‘open the window on policing’ in the county. The Warwickshire Police initiative is designed…
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Commissioner backs calls for lower drink-driving limit
Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has backed calls for the drink driving limit to be lowered in England and Wales. Philip Seccombe has added his voice to the campaign by…
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Annual Report reveals action to tackle Hate Crime in Warwickshire
A report detailing levels of hate crime in Warwickshire and the actions taken by police and partners to tackle it has been published for the first time, as part of…
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Fall in use of police cells for those in mental health crisis is welcomed
New figures showing significant falls in the use of police custody as a place of safety for people experiencing a mental health crisis have been welcomed by Warwickshire’s Police and…
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Rider skills course will help keep bikers safe on Warwickshire’s roads
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has been to see for himself a safer riding workshop at the British Motor Museum at Gaydon, which is equipping  bikers with the…
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£300,000 Grant Secured to Help Local Veterans
A grant totalling almost £300,000 has been secured to help keep local military veterans away from criminality. West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion has been awarded £299,840 from…
Warwickshire PCC Philip Seccombe with the Police and Crime Plan Consultation on an iPad.
Warwickshire PCC wants to hear your views on policing
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has launched a summer-long public consultation to find out people’s views on policing and community safety. The consultation will help the Commissioner shape…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe at the meeting of the Warwickshire Youth Parliament
PCC meets Warwickshire’s Young Parliamentarians
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe this week continued his programme of meeting partner organisations and community groups around the county when he discussed crime and policing with members…
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Warwickshire PCC welcomes extra emphasis on tackling hate crime
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has welcomed an announcement from the Prime Minister that additional measures will be put in place to “drive appalling hate crimes out of…
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