Effective partnership working is essential to achieving a safer, more secure Warwickshire. Many of the key areas of the Police and Crime Plan cannot be tackled effectively by one agency alone and it is part of the Commissioner’s role to ensure local priorities and services are joined up.
To achieve this, the Commissioner works with a wide range of organisations, including some which he has a formal responsibility to oversee, some which he directly funds and others which he works with on long and short-term projects. He also fosters less-formal relationships between county and national organisations which have a shared goal in improving community safety, helping victims of crime or working within the criminal justice system.
This section of the website outlines some of the Commissioner’s key working relationships with people and organisations. This includes local partnerships with Warwickshire County Council and Community Safety Partnerships through to regional and national collaboration.
The Commissioner also provides funding for a wide range of organisations and initiatives which provide help and assistance to the vulnerable, support victims of crime or are working to improve community safety across Warwickshire, in line with the Police and Crime Plan.
This section also includes information about rights that individuals and communities have to influence how police and other agencies deal with low-level offending and anti-social behaviour.
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Funding a wide range of projects across the county enables me to see first-hand the diverse positive impact and outcomes these projects have on residents lives. I always appreciate hearing feedback from service users, their families, service providers and the wider community, in relation to how these services are impacting. This feedback will ensure I develop and commission or grant the right services, in the right locations, at the right time.
— Warwickshire PCC Philip Seccombe