Tagged: Police Crime Commissioner

Police Budget Consultation 2015-16

Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson sets the budget for West Midlands Police, and decides what share of local Council Tax should go to policing. West Midlands Police relies on Council Tax for about 15%...

Have your say on the future of policing

West Midlands Police have launched a survey to consult the public on policing priorities for the next two years. Thousands completed last year’s survey, which identified safeguarding the most vulnerable in society as just...

PCC Elections 2014

When: Thursday 21st August This is a reminder that the elections for the West Midlands Police & Crime Commissioner will take place this Thursday 21st August. All residents should have by now received a...

In memoriam Bob Jones

By now, many of our members will have heard about the unexpected death of Bob Jones, who was the Police and Crime Commissioner for the West Midlands. John Gordon, Chair of Digbeth Residents Association,...

West Midlands PCC Consultation

New community-led Local Policing and Crime Boards are consulting on next year’s policing plans and are asking for help from local residents to shape them. The Local Policing and Crime plans will feed into...

Police and Crime Commissioners Survey

From the Neighbourhood Watch Network: Dear Neighbourhood Watch members, In November 2012, Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) were elected by the public to help cut crime and deliver an effective and efficient police service...

PCC Victims Summit

When: Friday 11th January 2013, 10:00-15:00 Where: Tally Ho! Conference Centre, Pershore Road, Edgbaston, B5 7NR Have you been a victim of crime, or do you work for an organisation that supports victims of...