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Students from The George Eliot School in Nuneaton help launch Youth for Brake – a new road safety and sustainable transport campaign in Warwickshire. They’re joined by: (from left to right) Insp Jem Mountford from Warwickshire Police, Chris Lewis, Development and Policy Lead at Warwickshire Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Sophie Smith, head of PSHE at The George Eliot School, Fiona Fisher from Brake, PC Lee Marston from Warwickshire Police and headteacher Homeira Zakary.
School pupils help charity launch new road safety project in Warwickshire
A group of school pupils have helped launch a new road safety project in Warwickshire aimed at making local streets safer for people who walk or cycle and spreading important…
PCSO Jon Townsend, David Rankin, Patrick Johnson, Carol Cotterill, Sean Corney, Edward Palusinski, Philip Seccombe and PCSO David Banks.
Lime Tree Village joins the fight against rural crime
Lime Tree Village in Dunchurch, near Rugby, has become the latest community to join the Warwickshire Supported Villages Scheme. By gaining ‘Supported Village’ status, residents are demonstrating that their community…
PCC Philip Seccombe and Deputy Chief constable Richard Moore with new police officers at their passing out ceremony in Warwick in August.
Police office numbers in Warwickshire set to top the 1,000 mark for first time in a decade and get government boost
Local communities in Warwickshire are set to see more visible policing as officer numbers, already heading for a decade high, will receive government funding for additional frontline constables. The Home…
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…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable welcome Home Secretary’s Intervention on alliance arrangements
The Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner for Warwickshire have today welcomed Home Secretary Priti Patel’s direction requiring West Mercia Police and Warwickshire Police to continue their collaborative arrangements…
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…
Statement on the future of the alliance with West Mercia Police
Statement from Chief Constable Martin Jelley and Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe We can reassure the public that we remain committed to ensuring that policing will continue to be…
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…
HMICFRS inspection report of Warwickshire Police
Today (Friday 27 September) Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) has published its inspection report of Warwickshire Police as part of its annual PEEL (Police…
Commissioner funds innovative schemes to make Warwickshire’s roads safer
More than £300,000 of funding has been confirmed by Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe as part of his serious bid to reduce the numbers of people killed and…
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