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Commissioner’s Newsletter

Screenshot of the PCC's monthly newsletterEach month Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe publishes an email newsletter, detailing  his activities and the latest news from the office.  It provides an insight into the work being undertaken to keep Warwickshire residents safe and support projects and initiatives which tackle crime in the area.

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February 2018

This month’s edition features news on the Police Precept – the portion of Council Tax which pays for policing; details of a community event attended by the PCC in Bedworth; success for the Warwickshire Restorative Justice services; an award for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner and details of a creative writing competition to encourage safer internet use by young people, plus the launch of a campaign in Nuneaton and Bedworth  to highlight issues of sexual violence and encourage people to understand the nature of sexual consent.

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