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PCC drops in to Beaumont Leys for inside story on crime

PCC drops in to Beaumont Leys for inside story on crime

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Retailers and shoppers voiced their concerns on crime during a surprise visit by Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Police and Crime Commissioner Rupert Matthews.
Date:
Tuesday 14th September 2021
New victims' survey underlines increasing lack of confidence in justice system

New victims' survey underlines increasing lack of confidence in justice system

Description
Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Police and Crime Commissioner Rupert Matthews has welcomed the findings of a national survey shedding new light on the experiences of victims caught in the justice system, saying they will provide a baseline for improvement.
Date:
Thursday 9th September 2021
Search is on for pioneers of new joint community mentoring project

Search is on for pioneers of new joint community mentoring project

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Violence prevention campaigners are looking for an ambitious provider to take the helm of a new mentoring project steering young people away from violence.
Date:
Tuesday 7th September 2021
Update on my visit to Leicestershire Cares

Update on my visit to Leicestershire Cares

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It was a pleasure to meet with Leicestershire cares staff last Thursday to discuss how they partner with the OPCC and VRN to keep our communities safe. Their main focus is on working with young people.
Date:
Monday 6th September 2021
PCC invites public to have their say on policing in biggest-ever consultation on crime in Leicestershire

PCC invites public to have their say on policing in biggest-ever consultation on crime in Leicestershire

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Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Police and Crime Commissioner Rupert Matthews today launched the largest-ever consultation across the city and two counties to find out what local people want and need to make them safer.
Date:
Monday 6th September 2021
PCC Welcomes Proposals for Greater Autonomy on Budget Spending

PCC Welcomes Proposals for Greater Autonomy on Budget Spending

Description
Plans to allow police and crime commissioners (PCCs) to reduce demand on policing by funding areas such as domestic abuse initiatives and specific NHS projects have been welcomed by Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland PCC Rupert Matthews.
Date:
Friday 3rd September 2021
New online tool helps women and girls pinpoint locations where they feel unsafe

New online tool helps women and girls pinpoint locations where they feel unsafe

Description
Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Police and Crime Commissioner Rupert Matthews today welcomed the launch of a new online tool enabling women and girls to flag areas of the county that make them feel unsafe.
Date:
Thursday 2nd September 2021
Free security upgrades rolled out to protect homes in Lutterworth

Free security upgrades rolled out to protect homes in Lutterworth

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A major safety project is underway offering up to 460 households in Lutterworth free security improvements to protect their homes against burglary.
Date:
Tuesday 17th August 2021
Stopping business crime is a vital part of my manifesto

Stopping business crime is a vital part of my manifesto

Description
Fraud continues to pose a major threat to the UK. As criminals become ever more sophisticated, tackling fraud will be a key theme in my work to address vulnerability and support businesses.
Date:
Tuesday 10th August 2021
Leicestershire secures extra £934K to tackle serious violence

Leicestershire secures extra £934K to tackle serious violence

Description
Violence prevention experts in Leicestershire have secured an extra £934,683 to help steer young people away from crime and serious violence.
Date:
Friday 6th August 2021
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