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DrugScope briefings for PCCs

DrugScope has produced a series of briefings to inform the PCCs in Derbyshire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire of their role in supporting local alcohol and drug services.

What might PCCs prioritise?

The Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC) have produced an analysis of what PCC candidates priorities might be.

PCC funding allocations announced

The Home Office has announced their proposals for funding for each police force area online at www.parliament.uk/documents/commons-vote-office/December_2012/19-12-12/13.HOME-Police-Funding.pdf.

PCC complaints guidance

A guidance note setting out the process for handling non-criminal complaints and conduct matters about a PCC and their deputy has been published by the Home Office.

Resources and online learning

CLINKS, the national charity supporting voluntary organisations working with offenders and their families and the leading national SFC partner, are currently developing additional resources to support SFC networks, including your own, now that PCCs are in office.

Results of mini SFC post election survey

Following the PCC elections on Thursday 15 November, One East Midlands undertook a mini survey of the members of the SFC networks it supports.

Meet your Police & Crime Commissioner

Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with the recently appointed Police and Crime Commissioner for your county this February.

Other SFC relevant newsletters and presentations

The Police and Crime Commissioners e-bulletin, produced by the Home Office, aims to keep partners and the office of the PCC informed about issues of interest in the police reform landscape following the election of police and crime commissioners.

VCS CEO recruited by Nottinghamshire PCC

The newly elected PCC for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, Paddy Tipping has asked Women’s Aid Integrated Services (WAIS) Chief Executive Chris Cutland, to become his Deputy.

Defending women services briefing

The Women’s Resource Centre has produced a briefing providing a quick guide to the evidence, arguments and policy levers that can be used to defend and promote women-only services.

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