APCC Leads comment on the Home Office led drive to reduce homicides associated with the night-time economy
“We welcome the policing led drive to reduce homicides associated with the night-time economy, particularly over the busy Christmas period."
APCC supports national Christmas drink and drug driving campaign
Operation Limit will see all police forces across England and Wales increasing their presence on the nation’s roads and intensifying enforcement activity
APCC Leads respond to government’s announced ban on twenty dangerous drugs
Following advice from the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD), 15 new dangerous synthetic opioids will become Class A drugs under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971.
APCC Victims Leads support the International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women
Saturday (November 25), marks the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
APCC Leads respond to the Government’s response to the Home Affairs Select Committee report on Drug Policy
"PCCs are committed to working collaboratively with partners to pilot evidence-based approaches that reduce demand for drugs, prevent drug-use and widen access to treatment and recovery."
APCC Chair, Donna Jones, comments on the Policing Productivity Review published today
“This is an important and timely report, both because the pressures on policing are growing, and because the means to combat crime are advancing exponentially."