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Event showcases a refreshed approach to tackling retail crime in Warwickshire
A refreshed approach to tackling retail crime across Warwickshire has been given the support of business leaders, workforce representatives and police at a special seminar organised by Police and Crime…
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Commissioner Supports ‘It’s Not OK’ Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence Awareness Week
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner is supporting ‘It’s not OK’ Week, showcasing the support that is available across the county to help victims of sexual abuse and sexual violence. Sexual…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe
Budget for policing receives unanimous backing from cross-party panel
Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe’s proposals to increase the funding available for policing, community safety and support services for victims have been given unanimous backing by the county’s Police…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe
PCC releases details of budget to boost visibility of policing and improve outcomes
Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has set out the details of his budget to deliver policing, crime prevention and victim services in the financial year ahead. Developed out…
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Christmas and New Year Message from the Commissioner
Christmas and the New Year period is a great opportunity to reflect on the year that has just been. During 2023 I am pleased to be able to report significant…
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PCC adds his support for the work undertaken by Community Payback in Warwickshire
Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has praised the work undertaken by Community Payback across the county. Describing it is a key initiative to help people move away from…
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Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership displays memorial tree to remember road traffic victims
Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership is displaying a memorial tree at Shire Hall this festive season to remember the lives lost and injured on Warwickshire’s roads. This is especially poignant over…
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Warwickshire’s efforts to create safer roads are recognised with another national award
Efforts to reduce death and serious injury on the roads of Warwickshire have received another national accolade – the third in the last two months – at a special parliamentary…
"Your Police Your Views" Share your views with Philip on policing, community safety and how it should be funded
Time is running out to share your views on policing and how it should be paid for
Residents and businesses across Warwickshire are being warned that time is running out to take part in a major survey on policing and how it should be paid for. The…
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PCC’s office is now White Ribbon Accredited, reflecting commitment to tackling violence against women and girls
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Warwickshire has been granted White Ribbon Accreditation to mark its ongoing commitment to ending men’s violence against women across the county.…