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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The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) puts a greater weight of responsibility on individuals and organisations whose work involves the collection of personal data, and requires those businesses and organisations to give individuals greater visibility into, and control over, the data they provide.
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This month’s edition provides updates on two recent initiatives to help tackle cybercrime – one for young people and parents, the other aimed at businesses. There’s also details of a new scheme to combat agricultural vehicle thefts and a national survey to find out your views of rural crime.