The Commissioner and the team regularly attend events across Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton. Find out more about these events here, or learn how you can join us participating in national campaigns.
If you’d like to invite us to your event, please head to the Contact Us page and send a message to the OPCC team.
Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner Terry Norton supports Crimestoppers’ Most Wanted campaign in Portsmouth
Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner Terry Norton visited the Crimestoppers’ Most Wanted visit in Portsmouth on Saturday 22 October. An important annual event, Terry met with Emily van der Lely, Regional Manager for Crimestoppers in Hampshire, to discuss the outstanding suspects.
Following the announcement by Buckingham Palace of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Winchester Crown Court and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner regret that our Open Day event scheduled for Saturday 10 September 2022 has been postponed.
It is the Commissioner’s statutory role to hold the Chief Constable to account on the performance of the police force on behalf of the public, and the COPS meetings provide an opportunity to do this on a regular basis. COPS (Commissioner’s Oversight of Policing Services), sees the PCC with the Chief Constable in a live […]
Police and Crime Commissioner, Donna Jones visited Basingstoke Town Centre to meet with Maria Miller MP and local businesses. They discussed boosting the town centre and taking action on Anti-Social Behaviour. You can watch the video from the visit below:
Donna Jones and Alan Mak MP were accompanied by local officers whilst visiting various anti-social behaviour hotspots across Havant constituency.
Embedding trauma informed practice across public services will help people live healthier crime-free lives. The Life Journey of Trauma Conference will explore the potential negative impacts of trauma as a result of earlier adverse childhood experiences (ACES), and how we can all help reduce risk and increase the protection of children, young people, adults, communities […]
The Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls event, held at Saint Mary’s Stadium on Thursday 17 February 2022, presented an opportunity for key partners to promote a co-ordinated approach and a unified understanding of the issue to help make Southampton a safer place for women and girls as well as shaping the strategic response.
Police and Crime Commissioner and Chair of the Modern Slavery Partnership, Donna Jones urged people to keep an eye out for the signs of modern slavery and to report any concerns as she visited the Partnership’s Exhibition to mark Anti-Slavery Day (18 October).
Police and Crime Commissioner, Donna Jones, has spoken at her first police and Crime Panel meeting about her intention to be one of the most visible Commissioners in the country and set out some of her plans for her term of office.
Following concerns about anti-social behaviour in Romsey, Police and Crime Commissioner, Donna Jones, has been out and about with Caroline Nokes MP and local officers to find out more about what the main issues are and how the police are tackling it.
The PCC visited several locations in Portsmouth on 23 June. She stopped at the new Hampshire Constabulary Response & Patrol base in the city’s Naval Base, and met Hampshire Police Federation representative Insp Rob Kearley, and local Insp Janine Sanger.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Donna Jones, took Kit Malthouse MP, Minister for Crime and Policing, around the Charles Dickens Ward in Portsmouth to hear from local residents the difference the Safer Streets project will make to the community.
Donna met with Eastleigh MP Paul Holmes, to discuss anti-social behaviour in Netley Abbey and other priorities. The PCC and MP are working together to tackle the issue.
Donna Jones has been meeting new recruits to find out more about the recruitment and training process. She visited the training headquarters in Netley on 20 May to find out more.
On 20 May Donna Jones was in Southampton to discuss funding to benefit victims and survivors of domestic abuse and sexual violence in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. They will have access to enhanced levels of support following a successful bid to central government for additional resources.