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Michael Lane said: “Recent events, whether terror attacks, significant criminal activity designed to inflict harm or the tragedy of fire, all make the headlines – as do some of the commentaries on how more must be done to protect us.
This week the Police and Crime Commissioner brought together a variety of organisations to put funding for services that support young victims, and those that help prevent young people from entering the criminal justice system, under the spotlight.
In today’s report from Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) and Her Majesty’s Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate (HMCPSI) about the police and CPS response to stalking and harassment, Hampshire Constabulary’s Stalking Clinic is highlighted as best practice, a service funded by the Police and Crime Commissioner.
“The Queen’s Speech today has helpfully and appropriately identified priorities of the new Government that impact on the remit of a Police and Crime Commissioner, including Counter Terrorism, Policing Powers, Regulation of Cyber Space, Countering Extremism, Domestic Violence & Abuse and Mental Health. I support these as priorities.
On Tuesday 27 June in the Westquay shopping centre in Southampton, Police and Crime Commissioner Michael Lane is holding his ‘Safer Together’ event, to demonstrate the achievements of working in partnership after a year of being in post. The event is open to the public and free to attend.
Michael Lane, Police and Crime Commissioner, is joining forces with his counterparts in neighbouring areas for a ground-breaking conference to fight modern slavery.
“Amidst the horror of London last night, there are three things I would like to share to set some reassuring local context about our communities:
Police and Crime Commissioner Michael Lane is delighted to have achieved planning permission for a new Police Investigation Centre (PIC) for the east of the policing area, based in Portsmouth.
On Saturday 24 June in Newport, the Police and Crime Commissioner Michael Lane will be publicly holding the Chief Constable to account on the performance of the Constabulary, and he is inviting members of the public to attend and submit questions.
Michael Lane, Police and Crime Commissioner said: “My thoughts and prayers are with, and for, all the people of Manchester and all the attendees and families of those involved in the terror of last evening.
From today, the front counter services previously at Gosport Police Station have moved across the road to a shared base at Gosport Borough Council’s offices.
From 2 May 2017, the Neighbourhood, Patrol and Response teams will be moving to Mill Lane in Alton, and the front counter services at Alton Police Station will move.
“As I was holding the Chief Constable to account on Tuesday, I always welcome the democratic accountability that is reflected in my attendance at the Police and Crime Panel sessions.”
The new Northern Police Investigation Centre in Basingstoke opened for business at the beginning of the week with the first police teams moving in.
We have an important partnership with Thames Valley and we routinely meet to review all the things that by working together are more effective and efficient.