Issue 13 discusses the ten year anniversary from when Police and Crime Commissioners were first democratically elected. It includes a link to the APCC/NPCC Partnership Summit page. You can also download the APCC annual Impact Report 2021/22. Download an accessible version of our Bulletin with reduced formatting and minimal images (pdf)
Issue 12 demonstrates how PCCs are leading the way in tackling climate change. And this month's Think Piece discusses anti-social behaviour and why it's a key priority for PCCs. Download an accessible version of our Bulletin with reduced formatting and minimal images (pdf)
Issue 11 demonstrates how PCCs are bringing criminal justice partners together to improve the CJ journey for victims of crime. This month's Think Piece shows how PCCs are tackling drug related crime in their communities. Download an accessible version of our Bulletin with reduced formatting and minimal images (.pdf)
Issue Ten focuses on how PCCs are committed to tackling violence against women and girls (VAWG). It includes a VAWG Think Piece; the APCC VAWG Action Plan and a new VAWG infographic. Download an accessible version of our Bulletin with reduced formatting and minimal images (.pdf)
Issue Nine reflects on the very successful APCC/NPCC Partnership Summit. The Think Piece is from Marc Jones, APCC Chair and Joint Chair of the Summit; the introduction is from Alison Hernandez, PCC for Devon and Cornwall and Alun Michael, PCC for South Wales.
Issue Eight includes a joint Think Piece from APCC Leads for Environment & Sustainability: Joy Allen & Tim Passmore; an introduction from Donna Jones, PCC for Hampshire & Joint APCC Lead for Victims. Plus our latest In Focus report on Anti-Social Behaviour.
Issue Seven includes a joint Think Piece from the APCC Lead & Deputy for Economic & Cyber Crime (including Fraud); a link to our Firearms Licensing Survey; and seven PCC updates.
Issue Six includes contributions from five PCCs; an introduction from the newly elected APCC Chair, Marc Jones; a Think Piece from the APCC Road Safety Lead, Alison Hernandez. Plus our latest In Focus report on Fire & Rescue Governance.
Issue Five includes contributions from four new PCCs, one returning PCC and a Think Piece penned by APCC Business and Retail Crime Lead, Katy Bourne.