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Cleveland’s first elected Police & Crime Commissioner.
Click here to contact Barry Coppinger
The Cleveland Community Safety Awards recognise the efforts of everyone involved in partnership work in our communities. Nominations are open until 1 September. The awards will be hosted by Hartlepool College of Further Education on 15 October and are kindly sponsored by Thirteen Housing Group and Coast & Country Housing.
Click here to find out how to make your nomination(s)
The PCC will consider applications from local voluntary and community groups who are working for charitable purposes to improve the lives of people in Cleveland. Over £50,000 has been allocated so far to community groups who support the PCC's key priorities.
This page sets out how the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) will undertake Commissioning to deliver the aims and objectives of its Commissioning Strategy to ultimately deliver the priorities set out in the Police & Crime Plan.
If you are or have been a victim of crime, this page contains information which explains what happens next and what options and support services are available.
The Commissioner works with numerous organisations and authorities in order to provide both policing services plus joined up and informed crime reduction management.
You can suggest ideas for unpaid work to be undertaken in your area as part of a Community Payback project.
Effective scrutiny and management of performance is key to informing and reassuring the people of Cleveland about policing in the county..
It outlines in detail how the Commissioner's five key priorities will be implemented, delivered and measured for success and reflects public opinion from website consultation and feedback from Your Force Your Voice meetings.
Click here to view the Police & Crime Plan 2014-15 and the supporting Appendices.