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Warwickshire Police agrees alliance exit settlement to the value of £10.77 million
An overall settlement has been reached between Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police, following the termination of the alliance between the two forces. West Mercia Police has agreed a settlement…
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PCC’s night in the cells highlights the care that goes into keeping people safe
Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has spent a night in the cells at Leamington Police Station to help highlight the many different ways the safety of detainees in police…
Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe (right) with, from left: Miriam Sitch, Dawn Ramshaw, Tina Latham and Lucy Catling enjoying a brew at the ‘Elmer’ motorhome.
‘Elmer’ is helping to break down social isolation in Rugby
A project is helping bring isolated people together with help and support in the Rugby area, with funding from Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe. The ‘Making Connexions’ initiative is…
Annette Lloyd, Head of The Honest Truth, and Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe at one of the billboards on show across Warwickshire.
New outdoor campaign funded by Warwickshire PCC challenges the behaviours of younger drivers across Warwickshire
Today, 18 November 2019 a new outdoor campaign is being launched to challenge the behaviours of younger drivers across Warwickshire.  The campaign from road safety project The Honest Truth focusses…
An ADI shows a learner driver the Honest Truth road safety pack
Commissioner funds delivery of The Honest Truth road safety project in Warwickshire
Learner drivers in Warwickshire are set to be given an early education in road safety as part of their driving lessons, thanks to funding from the county’s Police and Crime…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe
Commissioner welcomes support for plans to increase police officer numbers
Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has welcomed the unanimous backing of the county’s Police & Crime Panel members who have today (Monday 4 February) supported his decision to…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe with Emily van der Lely from Crimestoppers and the ad van at its first stop in Stratford Upon Avon.
Commissioner welcomes County Lines campaign to Warwickshire
A new campaign to raise awareness of ‘county lines’ serious and organised crime has reached Warwickshire, with the backing of the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Philip Seccombe. Independent charity…
National Rural Crime Survey - Survey Closes on June 10
Last chance to have your say on rural crime and policing in National Rural Crime Survey
There are just a few days left for rural communities across Warwickshire to have their say on crime and policing where they live as part of a national survey. The…
Members of the Warwickshire Special Constabulary lineup ahead of Operation Scorpion in January 2018
Warwickshire Special Constables are commended for their commitment to the public
Warwickshire Police Special Constables have been commended by senior officers and the Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner for their significant commitment to protecting people from harm. Since April 2017, the…
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Last few days remaining to take part in Police Precept survey
There are only a few days remaining for the public to give their feedback on proposals to boost funding for policing in Warwickshire through an increase in the police share…
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