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Government expects local people to pay 12% more towards policing

Government expects local people to pay 12% more towards policing

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The Government revealed its provisional financial settlement for policing earlier today with a package of measures purported to be worth £970M nationally towards policing – but only if Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) use their council tax precept allowance fully.
Date:
Thursday 13th December 2018
Police ethics committee to consider Missing From Home

Police ethics committee to consider Missing From Home

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Police responsibility with regard to young people repeatedly reported as 'missing from home' will be considered by members Leicestershire's independent police ethics committee when it meets next week.
Date:
Monday 10th December 2018
PCC supports community groups through grant funding process in New Parks

PCC supports community groups through grant funding process in New Parks

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Leicestershire Police and Crime Commissioner Lord Willy Bach has arranged a "drop in" session to help community groups within the New Parks People Zone apply for a funding grant.
Date:
Thursday 6th December 2018
Public asked for views on possible precept increase

Public asked for views on possible precept increase

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The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Lord Willy Bach, is seeking the public's views on whether or not they would support an increase in the policing element of the Council Tax.
Date:
Thursday 6th December 2018
Police force acts to protect workers with terminal illness

Police force acts to protect workers with terminal illness

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Leicestershire Police has signed up to the TUC's Dying to Work Charter. The move, which was initiated by the Police and Crime Commissioner, Lord Willy Bach, and endorsed by Chief Constable, Simon Cole, pledges the force to support officers and staff diagnosed with a terminal illness.
Date:
Thursday 6th December 2018
PCC supports community groups through grant funding process

PCC supports community groups through grant funding process

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Leicestershire Police and Crime Commissioner Lord Willy Bach has arranged a "drop in" session in December to help community groups within the Coalville People Zone apply for a funding grant.
Date:
Thursday 6th December 2018
PCC funds Catastrophic Haemorrhage kits to police officers to help save lives

PCC funds Catastrophic Haemorrhage kits to police officers to help save lives

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Frontline police officers across Leicestershire are to be equipped with special "trauma" kits to help control severe bleeding and save lives when responding to knife crime and violence, it has been announced.
Date:
Wednesday 5th December 2018
Victims' Commissioner to visit Leicestershire

Victims' Commissioner to visit Leicestershire

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Leicestershire Police and Crime Commissioner Lord Willy Bach welcomes Victims' Commissioner Baroness Newlove to the county later this week to highlight the good work going on to improve victim care. Baroness Newlove will visit Leicestershire on Thursday (DEC 6).
Date:
Tuesday 4th December 2018
PCC on walkabout in Hinckley

PCC on walkabout in Hinckley

Description
Leicestershire Police and Crime Commissioner Lord Willy Bach will be out and about in Hinckley next week, meeting local community groups and businesses to discuss local policing issues.
Date:
Thursday 29th November 2018
PCC announces new £100k fund to tackle knife crime epidemic

PCC announces new £100k fund to tackle knife crime epidemic

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Leicestershire Police and Crime Commissioner Lord Willy Bach yesterday (27 Nov) announced a new £100,000 fund for projects that "get to the core" of knife crime and save lives.
Date:
Wednesday 28th November 2018
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