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After listening to the public and consulting with partners and local organisations I have drawn up a Police & Crime Plan that accurately reflects local priorities. The Plan will aim to deliver my Five Key Priorities and give strategic direction to the Chief Constable who has responsibility for day to day operational policing in Cleveland.
Download the Police & Crime Plan
Download the PCC's Annual Report 2012-13
Take a short survey about my key priorities for 2014-15
View the meetings organised or attended by the Police & Crime Commissioner on a daily basis.
Police Property Act Funding is created from the sale of recovered stolen goods or property. Applications are welcome from local voluntary and community groups which are working for charitable purposes.
Effective scrutiny and management of performance is key to informing and reassuring the people of Cleveland about policing in the county.
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 or reparative work to be undertaken in your area as part of a Community Payback project.
Once a crime has been reported, discover the route, the crime will take through the criminal justice landscape until it is resolved.
Hate Incidents can feel like crimes to those who suffer them and often escalate to crimes or tension in a community. For this reason the police are concerned about incidents and encourage people to report them. The police can only prosecute when the law is broken but can work with partners to try and prevent any escalation in seriousness. Victims can now report hate crime in Cleveland without attending a police station. more information...
Click here for a list of Third Party Reporting Centres in Cleveland (Updated 1st October 2013)