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West Mercia PCC John Campion, Warwickshire PCC Philip Seccombe and West Midlands PCC David Jamieson launch the 2016 Regional Cybercrime Survey
Second annual cyber crime survey launches in Warwickshire, West Mercia and the West Midlands
The Police and Crime Commissioners for Warwickshire, West Mercia and the West Midlands have joined together with Warwickshire County Council and partners today to launch the second annual cyber crime…
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Commissioner backs calls for lower drink-driving limit
Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has backed calls for the drink driving limit to be lowered in England and Wales. Philip Seccombe has added his voice to the campaign by…
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Annual Report reveals action to tackle Hate Crime in Warwickshire
A report detailing levels of hate crime in Warwickshire and the actions taken by police and partners to tackle it has been published for the first time, as part of…
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Warwickshire Police expands Warwickshire Direct service
Warwickshire Police is working in partnership with Warwickshire County Council to improve access to police services in Warwickshire. From 1 October 2016, the number of Warwickshire County Council locations offering…
Commissioner unveils Police and Crime Plan for consultation
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has unveiled his draft Police and Crime Plan for consultation with communities and partners across the county. With the aim of creating a…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe
Fall in use of police cells for those in mental health crisis is welcomed
New figures showing significant falls in the use of police custody as a place of safety for people experiencing a mental health crisis have been welcomed by Warwickshire’s Police and…
The new signs being put up on the roads into Binley Woods. From left, Paul Salisbury, Chair of Binley Woods Parish Council, PCSO Charlie Cawte and Superintendent David Gardner from Warwickshire Police and Steve Roberts, Parish Councillor responsible for Community Alerts and Safety.
Binley Woods becomes the first ‘Supported Village’ in Rugby
Binley Woods has become the first village in the Rugby area to join the ‘Supported Villages Scheme’, with residents and community organisations given crime prevention advice and having property security…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe with West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion
Commissioners invest in technology to improve police emergency response
The Police and Crime Commissioners for Warwickshire and West Mercia have approved a £5.5 million capital investment in new technology, which will deliver a better service to local communities by…
The class poses in front of a truck during the Rider Skills Day. Participants got the chance to climb into the cab to the limited visibility the driver would have of bikers.
Rider skills course will help keep bikers safe on Warwickshire’s roads
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has been to see for himself a safer riding workshop at the British Motor Museum at Gaydon, which is equipping  bikers with the…
Warwickshire PCC Philip Seccombe talking to a PCSO and Carol Cotterill
Tackling rural crime remains a key priority for Warwickshire’s PCC
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe says he will ensure that crime in rural parts of the county is taken as seriously as crime in urban areas.  This remains…
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