This is the News section of the website where you will find out what the Commissioner has been doing over the previous weeks…
The Modern Slavery Partnership’s emotive and thought provoking exhibition ‘The Real Faces of Modern Slavery: Unmasking The Truth’ will be showing at Hampshire Cultural Trust venue the Allen Gallery in Alton from 14th May.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Donna Jones has awarded £2.6 million to projects that support victims, reduce offending or re-offending, and protect the vulnerable from crime and exploitation over the next three years.
Police and Crime Commissioner Donna Jones has recognised and thanked over 20 volunteers, staff and partners from across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight at her first awards event attended by over 200 people.
Following notification from the PCC Donna Jones of her intention to appoint her preferred candidate, Terry Norton to the role of Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner, the Hampshire Police and Crime Panel today held a Confirmation Hearing. The panel confirmed her decision. Mr Terry Norton is appointed Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner with immediate effect.
Police and Crime Commissioner Donna Jones, the owner of the police estate, has officially opened the new Hampshire Constabulary Response & Patrol base in Bitterne, Southampton.
The Modern Slavery Partnership’s emotive and thought provoking exhibition ‘The Real Faces of Modern Slavery: Unmasking The Truth’ will be showing at Southampton Central Library from 12th April until 13th May.
Tune in to Facebook Live on Thursday 7 April at 6pm for the Police and Crime Commissioner’s latest public scrutiny session, ‘COPS’ (Commissioner’s Oversight of Policing Services), with the Chief Constable.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Donna Jones, has been provisionally allocated £3.5 million from the Home Office to tackle the root causes of violence and prevent young people from getting involved in crime through the Violence Reduction Unit (VRU).
In a bid to make cost savings and deliver on her election pledges, Police and Crime Commissioner Donna Jones is introducing a new operating model for her office. The Commissioner is reorganising management roles and operational functions to make her office leaner, and more focused and better equipped to meet current and future demands, including […]
Donna Jones, Police and Crime Commissioner, is asking residents and practitioners to share their thoughts, views and experiences of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG). The views and feedback will provide the Commissioner’s VAWG Task Group with a clear understanding of the scale and impact of these crimes across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Donna Jones, will be putting your questions to the Chief Constable, live on Facebook on 07 April 2022 from 6pm until 7pm at her next, ‘COPS’ (Commissioner’s Oversight of Policing Services) public scrutiny session.
Hampshire Constabulary, the Police and Crime Commissioner and Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council are holding a free event for bike owners in Festival Place in February and March, to improve bike security and reduce theft in the district.
Police and Crime Commissioner Donna Jones has agreed a funding package to strengthen the work of Youth Offending Teams (YOTs) to cut the numbers of young people committing crime.
The Modern Slavery Partnership’s emotive and thought provoking exhibition ‘The Real Faces of Modern Slavery: Unmasking The Truth’ will be showing at 33 High Street, Newport throughout March 2022.
After over 11 years serving the city, Southampton Central police investigation centre will be getting some much needed upgrades and maintenance. As part of the year-long programme due to start in 2023, Police and Crime Commissioner Donna Jones has announced that officers and staff will be temporarily re-locating during the works.
Residents on the Isle of Wight are set to benefit from an enhanced roads policing service thanks to the re-introduction of a dedicated team. This follows a review by the Constabulary with the support of Police and Crime Commissioner, Donna Jones.
Police and Crime Commissioner Donna Jones is supporting a campaign designed to provide care and support to victims of rape and sexual assault.
Residents, visitors and businesses are being asked to share their views on proposals to install 10 new CCTV cameras in the town centre and surrounding areas in a bid to help tackle crime.
This Safer Internet Day, Police and Crime Commissioner, Donna Jones, went to see the great work Cyber Ambassadors at Wildern School in Hedge End are doing to keep their peers safe when online.