This is the News section of the website where you will find out what the Commissioner has been doing over the previous weeks…
The Police and Crime Commissioner’s Youth Commission is asking young people for their ideas on how to tackle serious violence (such as knife crime), the exploitation of young people, for example through grooming and county lines, and hate crime as part of its Big Conversation 2021.
The Police and Crime Commissioner and his team have worked with partners across the whole sector to identify community-based projects that will help address his priorities and work locally to protect vulnerable people, support victims of crime, and prevent offending.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Michael Lane, has welcomed the Home Office’s continued support for the partnership work of the Violence Reduction Unit (VRU) to tackle the root causes of violence and prevent young people from getting involved in crime across Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton.
The Police and Crime Commissioner, Michael Lane, has today gained unanimous support from the Police and Crime Panel to increase the police precept of the council tax by £15 per annum (based on band D properties) to support policing to keep local residents and our communities safer.
Following significant support from local residents through consultation and a compelling operational imperative from the Chief Constable, Michael Lane, the Police and Crime Commissioner has set out his recommendation to the Police and Crime Panel, for the police precept increase this year.
The Police and Crime Commissioner invites questions from the public on police priorities and performance to put to the Chief Constable.
Leaders across the NHS in Hampshire and Isle of Wight have called on the public to support the NHS by staying safe and using the right service.
Following the gross misconduct hearings of six Hampshire Constabulary Police Officers, the Independent Panel has today determined that five officers should be dismissed with immediate effect and one should receive a final written warning.
“The Independent Panel have today outlined their findings following the misconduct hearings of six Hampshire Constabulary officers. I respect the independent scrutiny they have applied to these hearings.
Michael Lane, the Police and Crime Commissioner has recognised the vital contribution volunteers make to policing, the criminal justice system and the local community at his annual Safer Awards on 2 December.
The film features real people who have put themselves at risk working in essential shops, keeping families fed and providing vital human interaction for so many people who have been alone at home for much of the year.
As part of his ongoing scrutiny and challenge of the performance of Hampshire Constabulary, Michael Lane, Police and Crime Commissioner has put questions directly from the public to the Chief Constable and the session can now be viewed above.
A new sculpture depicting some of the thoughts and feelings of Basingstoke’s young people about knife crime has been unveiled as part of a project by the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Youth Commission and Hampshire Cultural Trust (HCT) to tackle youth knife crime through artwork.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Michael Lane, working in partnership with Hampshire Constabulary, the local top tier authorities and local Domestic Abuse service providers, has secured £244,492 Home Office funding to work with the perpetrators of domestic abuse.
The Police and Crime Commissioner is pleased to announce that the dedicated team of Hampshire Constabulary officers serving the Whitehill, Bordon, Headley, Grayshott, Liphook and Liss area moved to their new premises at Highview Business Park, Bordon on Thursday 12 November.
Hundreds of professionals from across Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton have come together online to learn how they can identify and safeguard potential victims of Modern Slavery.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Michael Lane is inviting members of the local community to put forward individuals they think deserve recognition for going the extra mile to help keep their community safer.
Work undertaken by the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office during this week’s National Hate Crime Awareness Week showed that more is needed to help people recognise hate crime.
I have sent my best wishes to the Officer injured in Southampton yesterday, and my thoughts are with him, his wife, family and friends. This was another reminder of the risks police officers and our partners face day to day in their work. I have spoken with the Chief Constable and been reassured that the […]