This is the News section of the website where you will find out what the Commissioner has been doing over the previous weeks…
The second series of the BAFTA nominated Crime and Punishment series, which gives a unique insight into the partners working across the Hampshire and Isle of Wight criminal justice system will be broadcast at 9pm on Thursday 13 August on Channel 4.
The Police and Crime Commissioner’s Youth Commission and Hampshire Cultural Trust (HCT) have come together to tackle youth knife crime through artwork promoting peace and hope.
The Police and Crime Commissioner’s Cyber Ambassador scheme has launched a range of cyber safety activity packs to help parents keep their children safe during the school holidays. The packs are aimed at primary age children and feature the scheme’s Cyber Sea Monsters.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Michael Lane, has allocated £110,000 to 13 projects to provide support to the community affected by COVID-19 and to make people safer. The projects will support vulnerable young people and divert them from offending, as well as supporting victims of crime.
Hampshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Michael Lane has secured Home Office funding to improve the lives of residents in the Bargate area of Southampton.
The Police and Crime Commissioner’s Youth Commission has engaged young people across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight to ensure their voices were heard as part of the national Policing the Pandemic study, resulting in the Hampshire Policing area being one of the top for the number of responses. Members of the Youth Commission also […]
The Police and Crime Commissioner has been successful in a bid to the Ministry of Justice for much needed additional funding that will provide extra Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVA) to support victims of sexual crime in Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton.
To date there have been eight jury trials heard at Winchester Crown Court since the lockdown has eased, and from this week a second court room has been set up with social distancing measures to allow for more cases to be heard.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Michael Lane, has opened up a second round of his COVID-19 Keeping Communities Safer Fund that offers timely grants of up to £500 to help people stay safe, with this round having a focus on preventing and reducing crime.
The Police and Crime Commissioner this week allocated funds to refurbish Bitterne Police Station, to allow it to accommodate some of the projected additional 450 officers who are being recruited across the Hampshire Constabulary area over the next three years.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Michael Lane, has successfully secured £565,072 additional funding from the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) to support organisations that are providing critical support to victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence across Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton during the pandemic.
Day 7 – You Are Not Alone To finish our focus on Domestic Abuse as part of #SaferTogetherApart we are sharing information about some of the support services that we work with. The Victim Care Service (VCS) are a SafeLives Accredited domestic abuse service that provide a range of support options for those experiencing, or […]
The Modern Slavery Partnership (MSP) has created the first ever victim pathway for modern slavery victims that covers Hampshire, IOW, Portsmouth and Southampton.
The Police and Crime Commissioner is to make recommendations to the Ministry of Justice this week to secure essential additional resources for local Domestic and Sexual Abuse support services.
Michael Lane, Police and Crime Commissioner is running a month of activity online to share a range of advice and information on community safety issues focussed on challenges and crimes people are experiencing during the pandemic.
Police and Crime Commissioner invites questions from the public on police priorities and performance to put to the Chief Constable