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Mentoring, re-integration and specialist support services visited by PCC

Mentoring, re-integration and specialist support services visited by PCC

Description
Mentoring young people, re-integrating offenders into the community and support for women who have experienced domestic abuse were amongst the services visited by Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Sue Mountstevens on her community day.
Date:
Tuesday 20th January 2015
PCC writes open letter to communities of Avon and Somerset

PCC writes open letter to communities of Avon and Somerset

Description
Sue Mountstevens has written an open letter to the communities of Avon and Somerset to reflect on the recent events in Paris and the repercussions being felt locally. The letter acknowledges the valuable work by the police in protect our communities, the effect the events may have had on local Jewish and Muslim communities and the benefits of a diverse and multi-cultural society.
Date:
Monday 19th January 2015
Enhancing support for victims from April 2015

Enhancing support for victims from April 2015

Description
Victims of crime and anti-social behaviour will benefit from enhanced help and support with newly commissioned services beginning from April 2015. Amongst the services will be new, enhanced support for victims of modern slavery and children and young people. The range of new services will work alongside the recently launched Lighthouse integrated victim care teams.
Date:
Monday 19th January 2015
Keynsham to host PCC-Police public forum

Keynsham to host PCC-Police public forum

Description
Keynsham will be the host town for next month's PCC-Police public forum. At the forum you'll be able to find out more about policing in your area and then have the chance to put your questions to PCC Sue Mountstevens and Chief Superintendent Caroline Peters.
Date:
Thursday 15th January 2015
New year, looking for a new experience – become a Custody Visitor?

New year, looking for a new experience – become a Custody Visitor?

Description
Has the focus of a new year inspired you to try something different, gain a new experience and consider volunteering? If so Commissioner Sue Mountstevens needs your help in becoming an Independent Custody Visiting Volunteer.
Date:
Monday 12th January 2015
PCC and Police support NSPCC online safety campaign

PCC and Police support NSPCC online safety campaign

Description
Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens and Police have pledged their support for a new online safety campaign from children's charity NSPCC.
Date:
Friday 9th January 2015
Variety of local projects to benefit from PCC Sue Mountstevens' Action Fund

Variety of local projects to benefit from PCC Sue Mountstevens' Action Fund

Description
Over £27,000 has been awarded from Sue Mountstevens' Community Action Fund, to projects raising awareness of human trafficking, supporting young people in a bid to tackle anti-social behaviour and providing safety advice to local people.
Date:
Tuesday 6th January 2015
People in crises to receive better support following signing of Mental Health Concordat

People in crises to receive better support following signing of Mental Health Concordat

Description
Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens and Acting Chief Constable John Long have joined local organisations in signing local agreements focusing on improving care for people experiencing mental health crises.
Date:
Friday 19th December 2014
People needed to join the Independent Resident's Panel

People needed to join the Independent Resident's Panel

Description
The PCC is currently looking for three independent individuals to join the existing Independent Residents Panel to contribute to enhancing local people's trust and confidence in the review of complaint files against the police.
Date:
Wednesday 17th December 2014
Public forum gives voice to local community

Public forum gives voice to local community

Description
A broad range of topics including local policing levels, how to raise awareness of modern slavery and tackling misconceptions about crime levels were discussed at the latest public forum.
Date:
Friday 5th December 2014
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