I was first elected in 2016 and have spent 5 years delivering my manifesto pledges.
Together we have put victims and survivors of crime at the heart of police response, re-equipped the force with up to date smart phones, body-worn video and new vehicles. Police numbers have risen from under 800 to over 1,000 in the last 2 years. Patrols, road policing, Safer Neighbourhood Teams and investigators have all been strengthened.
If re-elected I will work to improve the Force still further; tackling crime with more officers and more Special Constables.
Crime levels are lower than when I was elected, but we need to do more. I am determined to make Warwickshire safe and with your support we can work together to make your community even safer.
Overall crime has fallen during the last year as a result of increased funding and the pandemic. House burglaries, violent and vehicle crime have all fallen significantly and I intend for this to continue.
I persuaded the Chief Constable to set up a Rural Crime Team. This year we have doubled the Team to protect our villages and make our rural areas safer.
I am committed to making our Safer Neighbourhood Teams engage with YOU; using local knowledge to help solve local problems and to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour.
An extra £500,000 is being invested to reduce the number of serious incidents for example by educating younger drivers about the dangers of using a mobile phone and tackling speeding.
Grants have been awarded to support victims of domestic abuse, child sexual exploitation and violent crime. The needs of ALL VICTIMS are always at the forefront of everything we do.
Prepared by Alexander Hall on behalf of Philip Seccombe all at 3 Trinity Street, Stratford upon Avon, CV37 6BL
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