Issue Nine reflects on the very successful APCC/NPCC Partnership Summit. The Think Piece is from Marc Jones, APCC Chair and Joint Chair of the Summit; the introduction is from Alison Hernandez, PCC for Devon and Cornwall and Alun Michael, PCC for South Wales.
Issue Eight includes a joint Think Piece from APCC Leads for Environment & Sustainability: Joy Allen & Tim Passmore; an introduction from Donna Jones, PCC for Hampshire & Joint APCC Lead for Victims. Plus our latest In Focus report on Anti-Social Behaviour.
Issue Seven includes a joint Think Piece from the APCC Lead & Deputy for Economic & Cyber Crime (including Fraud); a link to our Firearms Licensing Survey; and seven PCC updates.
Issue Six includes contributions from five PCCs; an introduction from the newly elected APCC Chair, Marc Jones; a Think Piece from the APCC Road Safety Lead, Alison Hernandez. Plus our latest In Focus report on Fire & Rescue Governance.
Issue Five includes contributions from four new PCCs, one returning PCC and a Think Piece penned by APCC Business and Retail Crime Lead, Katy Bourne.
This month’s APCC Bulletin features contributions from two PCCs and a PFCC who are about to complete their time in office; they talk about their work and their thoughts on the future.
Issue Three is introduced by Martin Surl, Gloucestershire PCC and one of two Vice Chairs of the APCC. This month's Think Piece 'Special Constables: an integral part of the front line' is from APCC Citizens in Policing Lead, South Wales PCC Alun Michael.
This month’s bulletin includes a domestic abuse Think Piece from APCC Victims’ Leads, entitled, ‘Violence in the home: The other pandemic’, as well as PCCs Making a Difference and APCC News updates.
Our new look bulletin, including articles on how we can boost the nation's mental health after the pandemic, PCCs Making a Difference, APCC News and Updates