Each month Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe publishes an email newsletter, detailing his activities and the latest news from the office. It provides an insight into the work being undertaken to keep Warwickshire residents safe and support projects and initiatives which tackle crime in the area.
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This month’s edition looks at what is being done to tackle rural crime in the county, gives information about changes to response policing in Alcester and Stratford, has a photo feature on the Commissioner’s activity day with the police cadets and a video on a new Crimestoppers campaign to raise awareness of ‘County Lines’ criminal offences. There’s also an update about an improved online help facility for victims of crime and news about an app which can help combat modern slavery at hand car washes.