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Extra funding for domestic abuse and sexual violence support services
Charities and other organisations supporting victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence will benefit from more than £218,000 in emergency funding, Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has confirmed.…
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Projects given a £2.25 million boost to help keep Warwickshire safe and aid coronavirus response
Projects to keep communities safe and protect some of the most vulnerable in society are among the schemes in Warwickshire being given a £2.25 million pound boost by the county’s…
PCC publishes plan to support communities over the next 12 months
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has produced a plan to outline the work he and his office are doing to support communities and Warwickshire Police during the Covid-19…
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Support services for domestic abuse continue to provide help during Covid-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has seen all of us retreat into our homes to stay safe with our family and loved ones. However, for those suffering from domestic abuse, staying at…
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Funding boost to improve support to road crash victims welcomed
Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe and Warwickshire Police have welcomed new Government funding to boost the support that can be given to road crash victims. The Department for…
Last year’s grants recipients with Mr Seccombe at a special launch event.
Commissioner’s Grants Scheme now open to applications for 2020/21
Projects and initiatives designed to help boost community safety and victim care across Warwickshire are being invited to bid for a slice of £658,000 of funding by the county’s Police…
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Inspectors rate Warwickshire Police as good at recording crime
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has welcomed the findings of an independent audit which show that Warwickshire Police is rated as ‘good’ at how it records crime. The…
At the launch of the Rural Crime Team are: Rural Crime Officer Carol Cotterill, Inspector Allison Wiggin, PCC Philip Seccombe, Chief Constable Martin Jelley, Sergeant Bob Shaw, PC Andy Timmins, PC Kate Taylor, PC Craig Purcell
Warwickshire Police launch Rural Crime Team
Warwickshire Police are today 7 October 2019 delighted to announce the launch of the first Warwickshire Rural Crime Team dedicated to reducing rural crime across the county. The launch coincides…
Last year’s grants recipients with Mr Seccombe at a special launch event.
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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New commissioned support services for victims of CSE, sexual abuse and violence in Warwickshire
A new county-wide service to help victims of sexual abuse and violence (SAV) and child sexual exploitation (CSE) is now live in Warwickshire, commissioned and funded by Police and Crime…
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