Ten Years of PCCs Making a Difference
This year marks ten years since Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) were first democratically elected and started making a real difference by giving the public a stronger voice in policing and criminal justice.
Throughout the year this page will show how PCCs consistently continue to deliver with impact and make a real difference to keeping their communities safe; how they work their police forces, criminal justice agencies and partner organisations to prevent and cut crime, protect victims and reduce re-offending.
Over the next ten months we will highlight a particular area of work that demonstrates how PCCs are making a real difference. Areas of work include:
- Helping to end violence against women and girls
- Driving forward improvements to local criminal justice services
- Preventing crime and reducing re-offending
- Tackling ASB and addressing drug and alcohol abuse
- Addressing race disparity and disproportionality within policing
- Restoring public confidence and trust in policing
Helping to end violence against women and girls is a priority for PCCs
PCCs are driving positive change through the delivery of high-quality commissioned services to protect women and girls through prevention, challenging offending behaviour and, where crime does occur, delivery of vital victims and survivor support services.Open theme
As local leaders PCCs bring criminal justice partners together to reduce crime and reoffending and improve the delivery of services so that victims needs are at the heart of the criminal justice system.Open theme