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Presenting the cheque to staff at the Domestic Abuse Counselling Service in Bedworth.
Domestic abuse services given a £60,000 boost by Warwickshire PCC
Services to help victims of domestic abuse from becoming re-victimised have been given a £60,000 boost by Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner. Philip Seccombe visited the new officers of the…
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe
Warwickshire PCC re-launches search for a Deputy
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has re-launched his search for a Deputy to work alongside him in delivering a safer Warwickshire in which to live, work and visit.…
Unauthorised Encampments Summit
Progress towards county-wide unauthorised encampments protocol
Further progress has been made towards the creation of a new county-wide protocol to deal with unauthorised traveller encampments, following a meeting organised by the Office of the Police and…
Philip with villagers at the launch of the Supported Village scheme in Willoughby.
Willoughby the latest village to fight back against rural crime
A village near Rugby has become the latest rural community to join a crime prevention initiative funded by Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe.  Villagers in Willoughby were presented with…
HMIC PEEL Police Effectiveness Report 2016
Commissioner welcomes improvements to police effectiveness
Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe has welcomed the improved findings by the police watchdog that Warwickshire Police is good at keeping people safe and reducing crime. That’s the overall…
Police officers on foot patrol
Multi-million pound investment in mobile technology given the go ahead
A multi-million pound investment in mobile technology will see frontline police across Warwickshire and West Mercia equipped with personal-issue smartphones and laptop computers, enabling them to deliver a better service…
A TV monitor shows a police officer leading a detainee to a police cell.
Could you help see behind the scenes in police custody?
A recruitment campaign has been launched by Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner to find new independent members of the public to help inspect police custody facilities and check on the…
At Hartshill Castle are North Warwickshire Rural Crime Co-coordinator Carol Cotterill; Ian George, Inspector of Ancient Monuments for Historic England; Miss Jean Lapworth, custodian of the castle; Phil Cleary, Co Founder and Director of Smartwater and PCSO Sarah Fretter.
Security marking helps Hartshill Castle stiffens its defences
The remains of an historic Motte and Bailey castle near Nuneaton have been given extra protection from criminals thanks to modern forensic property marking technology. The castle was originally built in…
Stop Rape Now banner
Stop Rape Now aims to get people talking about consent
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner is supporting Warwickshire Police’s  re-launched Stop Rape Now campaign, which aims to help young adults have an open discussion about consent. Under the banner of…
A calculator and financial papers
Police and Crime Panel supports Police Precept freeze
The amount taxpayers will pay for policing in Warwickshire next financial year will stay the same, following a decision by the county’s Police and Crime Panel to back a freeze…
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