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Over 100 retail leaders have written a joint letter to PCCs in England and Wales calling on PCCs to make retail crime a priority, underlining the impact it has on victims.
Donna Jones, Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight has said: “I agree there needs to be a back to basics approach to improve outcomes for victims of these crimes,” in response to the Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) review published today (August 11).
Thought provoking Modern Slavery exhibition moves to Fareham Library and Basingstoke Discovery Centre
The Modern Slavery Partnership’s emotive and thought provoking exhibition ‘The Real Faces of Modern Slavery: Unmasking The Truth’ will be showing at Fareham Library and Basingstoke Discovery Centre between August 3 and September 7.
IS YOUR CHILD SAFE The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner in partnership with Hampshire County Council Children’s Services have launched a campaign aimed at parents to raise awareness of child exploitation and offer help on how to see the signs, what to do and where to get help.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Donna Jones responds to video published on Twitter involving Hampshire police officers regarding alleged hate crime
The arrests were made yesterday (July 28) by the Constabulary following the report of an image being published on social media.
Funding to help tackle neighbourhood crime, anti-social behaviour and violence against women and girls in Southampton
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner has been awarded £645,645 by the Home Office in the fourth round of the Safer Streets funding bid to support Southampton City Council initiatives to tackle violence against women and girls, anti-social behaviour and neighbourhood crimes.
“Police officers do an amazing job, running towards danger to keep people safe. It is the least they deserve for the important work they do, day in and day out.”
Police and Crime Commissioner Donna Jones responds to recent strengthened controls to protect the public from medically unfit gun holders
Strengthened controls to protect the public from medically unfit gun holders – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight is supporting International Drink Spiking Awareness Day today (July 15).
Thought provoking Modern Slavery exhibition comes to The ARC, Winchester and Gosport Discovery Centre
The Modern Slavery Partnership’s emotive and thought provoking exhibition ‘The Real Faces of Modern Slavery: Unmasking The Truth’ will be showing at The ARC Centre in Winchester and Gosport Discovery Centre throughout July 2022.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Donna Jones, is pleased to announce that victims and survivors of domestic and sexual abuse across Hampshire and on the Isle of Wight will have access to enhanced levels of support following a successful bid to the Ministry of Justice for additional resources.
The Police and Crime Commissioner’s Youth Commission is undertaking its Big Conversation 2022, asking young people for their views on topical crime and policing issues. This year the focus of the Big Conversation is on hate and hostility, substance misuse and being safe on the streets.
To celebrate Stop Cyberbullying Day, school children at Regents Park in Southampton are promoting an online environment, free from personal threats, harassment and abuse. Stop Cyberbulling Day is being celebrated all over the world on Friday 17 June 2022 by a range of schools, institutions, organisations, and governments.
“These photos, taken over the last few days in Hampshire, show the unacceptable levels of waste left behind after unauthorised encampments.
The National Police Chiefs Council and College of Policing have today (24 May) started consulting on a new race plan aimed at addressing race disparities affecting Black people and changing a legacy of distrust. In line with this, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight Constabulary is now further developing its own anti-racism plans.
Residents of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight are being asked to take a few minutes to tell police chiefs about their experiences of the 101 and 999 services, as well as preferences for future modes of contact.