PCCs Making A Difference

This page contains examples of the work that Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) are doing to make a positive and lasting difference in their local communities.

Find out how:

  • PCCs are helping to make communities safer, by changing the way victims’ services are delivered locally;
  • How they are transforming the policing landscape by making it more effective, efficient, transparent and innovative by working with local partners including blue light services; and
  • By being the voice of the people, they are giving communities a real say in how their local police service works.



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Eleven innovative projects that demonstrate how PCCs are transforming the services provided for victims by putting them at the heart of the Criminal Justice System.

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A snapshot of the ground breaking work that PCCs are engaged in with partners to tackle serious violence across England and Wales.

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Highlighting how PCCs are bringing about real change in the ways in which violence against women and girls is being addressed in their local communities.

Ministers' Forewords

Putting Victims First In Focus

Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Edward Argar MP: “The importance and unique nature of PPCs’ role, their passion for, understanding of, and dedication to their local areas and the people that live there are key to helping deliver our vision for victims. As Victims Minister I have been fortunate to have witnessed first-hand some of the fantastic and pioneering work being delivered by PCCs.”

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Serious Violence In Focus

Minister for Policing and the Fire Service (2017-19), Nick Hurd MP: "As a Government we have been working closely with police forces across the country and continue to provide support to help them tackle the rise in serious violence. I welcome this publication which shows how the PCCs are working to improve their communities.”

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