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APCC Chair, Mark Burns-Williamson OBE, attended a serious youth violence summit in Downing Street.
Police and Crime Commissioners continue to make the case for how we can play a key role in delivering new arrangements for probation services locally.
APCC Victims Lead, Dame Vera Baird QC, welcomes the Government funding announcement for rape and sexual abuse victims.
Following the terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand, APCC Chair Mark Burns-Williamson and APCC Leads on Equality, Diversity and Human Rights (EDHR), David Munro and Hardyal Dhindsa, have written to members of the cross-government Anti-Muslim Hatred Working Group.
The APCC has published “Serious Violence In Focus” which highlights a series of ground breaking initiatives that PCCs have commissioned to combat serious violence crime across England and Wales.
APCC Chair and Serious Violence Lead, Mark Burns-Williamson PCC welcomes additional funding to tackle knife and violent crime