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PCC News
28th November 2014

Police ‘falling behind’ on child abuse and cybercrime – BBC

Review of Welsh police forces finds failings and successes – BBC Wales

Cells no place for those in mental health crisis – View from online

Kent: Police had ‘no evidence’ to corral animal protesters, IPCC finds – BBC

HMIC publish their PEEL assessment of Kent Police – Kent PCC website

Yorkshire and Lincolnshire police forces told to improve by HMIC – ITV

Report praises Lincolnshire Police, but calls for improvements in how it investigates crimes – Sleaford Standard

Devon & Cornwall a ‘good’ force, new police rating says – Western Morning News

HMIC report criticises Humberside Police approach to domestic abuse but praises work on antisocial behaviour – Hull Daily Mail

Watchdog find Merseyide Police good at tackling crime but must improve victim support – Liverpool Echo

Avon & Somerset: Police criticised over ‘indefensible’ crime recording performance – The Weston Mercury

Mixed inspection report for West Yorkshire Police by Watchdog – Examiner

Report shows Cambridgeshire Constabulary performing well – Cambs PCC website

 Gwent and North Wales Police among 18 forces in England and Wales ‘letting crime victims down’ – Wales Online

 Gwent: Worst performing force’s PCC blasts HMIC – Police Oracle

Gwent Police and Crime Commissioner Ian Johnston rejects ‘unfair’ report – South Wales Argus

South Wales Police ‘putting victims at the centre’ of what they do – Wales Online

GMP struggling to investigate serious sex crimes due to lack of properly trained staff, says report – Manchester Evening News 

NSPCC child sex abuse report welcomed by Tony Lloyd – The Bolton News

Cheshire Police gets top marks for helping victims – Warrington Guardian

Chief Constable Mick Creedon welcomes report which shows Derbyshire is performing well – Derby Telegraph

Bedfordshire officer cuts risk effective policing, says HMIC – BBC

Police watchdog reveals concerns about crime-fighting in Herts and Essex – Herts & Essex Observer

PCC hits out at ‘usurping’ HMIC after critical Beds Police report – Dunstable Today

Cheshire: Police ‘good’ at investigating crime – Warrington Worldwide

Essex Police rated as good in five out of six areas by inspectors – Ipswich Star

Reports praise Wiltshire Police for high standards – Swindon Advertiser

Thames Valley: Police recognised for fighting crime while cutting spending – Advertiser & Review

Leicestershire Police ‘good’ at fighting crime, says inspection body – Leicester Mercury

New style HMIC assessment of Northamptonshire Police shows a force which is performing efficiently and effectively – Northants Herald & Post

Durham: Commissioner calls on Government to reform drug policy – Durham PCC website

Inspectors find Hampshire Constabulary effective and good value for money – Hampshire Chronicle

Essex Police were accused of ‘gold plating’ the Human Rights Act in their handling of illegal traveller encampments in Harlow and Epping Forest Borders – Guardian Series

Crime dropped by three per cent in last 12 months – Sussex Express

Cambs police commissioner launches alcohol abuse strategy – Cambs 24

Young volunteer police cadets get their say on the issues that matter to them as they take over Cambs Police for a day – Cambs 24

Street Angels praised by Cleveland Police for mopping up Teesside streets – The Northern Echo

Labour warns against closure of police stations in Northamptonshire – Northamptonshire Telegraph

 Forty suspected victims of human trafficking rescued in Bradford – The Telegraph and Argus

Northumbria: ‘Children can learn by example’ – police launch Christmas crackdown on domestic violence – Shields Gazette

Police boss Tony Lloyd launches £600,000 fund to keep vulnerable children out of trouble – Manchester Evening News

PCC Videos
  • Home Secretary Theresa May’s keynote address to the APCC Partnership Summit 2014

    Home Secretary Theresa May’s keynote address to the APCC Partnership Summit 2014

    Courtesy of the North Yorkshire Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner

  • Watch the Kent PCC give evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee – 25/02/14

    Watch the Kent PCC give evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee – 25/02/14

    www.parliamentlive.tv

  • Watch Avon & Somerset & West Midlands PCCs give evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee – 21/01/14

    Watch Avon & Somerset & West Midlands PCCs give evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee – 21/01/14

    www.parliamentlive.tv

  • Watch the Sussex & Thames Valley PCCs give evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee – 07/01/14

    Watch the Sussex & Thames Valley PCCs give evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee – 07/01/14

    www.parliamentlive.tv