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PCC's budget for 2023-24 to sustain policing for the future

PCC's budget for 2023-24 to sustain policing for the future

Description
The budget for policing Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland put forward by PCC Rupert Matthews, which includes a £620K transfer from the Commissioner's Reserve budget to the force, has been endorsed by the Police and Crime Panel.
Date:
Wednesday 1st February 2023
New police presence at Coalville's Belvoir Shopping Centre

New police presence at Coalville's Belvoir Shopping Centre

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A new enquiry office has opened in Coalville's Belvoir Shopping Centre – providing greater engagement with the local community.
Date:
Tuesday 24th January 2023
PCC supplies stickers to cut trailer theft

PCC supplies stickers to cut trailer theft

Description
In response to a recent spate of horse and agricultural trailer theft, Rupert Matthews, Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland's Police and Crime Commissioner, has taken preventative action.
Date:
Tuesday 24th January 2023
Pioneering project helps steer young people away from crime

Pioneering project helps steer young people away from crime

Description
A new project funded by Police and Crime Commissioner Rupert Matthews to educate young people on law and order to prevent them slipping into crime is already helping to transform lives.
Date:
Thursday 19th January 2023
Policing Budget Survey for 2023/24 will close on 17 January, 2023

Policing Budget Survey for 2023/24 will close on 17 January, 2023

Description
Time is running out for the public to have their say regarding policing priorities across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
Date:
Monday 16th January 2023
Writers group backed by PCC helps survivors of abuse heal from trauma

Writers group backed by PCC helps survivors of abuse heal from trauma

Description
A creative writers club developed by a survivor of childhood sexual violence to increase peer support for other victims has received high praise from Police and Crime Commissioner Rupert Matthews.
Date:
Monday 16th January 2023
New youth hub at heart of Mattioli Woods Welford Road Stadium helps to protect young people from crime

New youth hub at heart of Mattioli Woods Welford Road Stadium helps to protect young people from crime

Description
A new youth hub providing young people with a safe place to socialise and take part in sport has opened its doors thanks to support from the county's Police and Crime Commissioner.
Date:
Tuesday 10th January 2023
Youth mentorship project praised by Commissioner for helping to protect most vulnerable from crime

Youth mentorship project praised by Commissioner for helping to protect most vulnerable from crime

Description
A youth project funded by Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Police and Crime Commissioner Rupert Matthews to steer young people away from crime and anti-social behaviour is already helping to transform lives.
Date:
Wednesday 4th January 2023
PCC invests half a million pounds to help communities prevent crime

PCC invests half a million pounds to help communities prevent crime

Description
Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Police and Crime Commissioner Rupert Matthews has invested almost £500k into crime prevention in less than a year to help communities fight back against crime.
Date:
Tuesday 3rd January 2023
PCC Visits Warning Zone for the launch of their new Personal Safety Zone

PCC Visits Warning Zone for the launch of their new Personal Safety Zone

Description
Warning Zone's Personal Safety Zone showcases a realistic and interactive experience that explores potential dangers that young people and kids may face as they grow up and gain more independence.
Date:
Tuesday 27th December 2022
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