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Local health structures and PCCs

The NHS Confederation have published a briefing on Health and Wellbeing Boards and Criminal Justice agencies.

PCC guidance on equalities, diversity and human rights

The Association for Police and Crime Commissioners has published guidance on equalities, diversity and human rights.

PCC Election Results

Following the PCC election on Thursday 15 November we can confirm that the results of the elections for the counties in which One East Midlands leads on the Safer Future Communities networks.

Safer Future Communities: First 100 days briefing

CLINKS, the leading national SFC partner, have produced a briefing for the VCS outlining the key points and activities of the PCC’s first 100 days in office.

Safer Future Communities: Notes from husting events

One East Midlands has produced notes from the four hustings events it jointly organised over the last few weeks for you to question your PCC candidates.

PCC Interactive Map

Engage, which aims to encourage Muslims to participate fully in the political process, have developed an interactive PCC map of England and Wales

Stopwatch presentation on PCCs

Stopwatch has produced a slide show, narrated by Professor Ben Bowling, about the PCC elections, focusing on what the introduction of PCCs will mean for BME communities, what can be done about biased and unjust policing, and why people should take an interest in the elections.

New briefings on multiple needs and young adults

Revolving Doors Agency and the Transition to Adulthood Alliance (T2A) have published two new briefings for PCC candidates as part of their First Generation Project, which aims to inform and influence PCC candidates, and help them to improve responses to the ‘revolving doors’ group and young adults in their area.

PCC Youth Charter

The PCC Youth Charter has been produced by the Youth Advisory Group, supported by NCVYS as part of the SFC project, to actively encourage all PCCs to seek the views on young people on their plans and to make their views count.

Crime Survey for England and Wales

The Home Office has published the Crime Survey for England and Wales for the year ending June 2012, which shows a 6% decrease in overall crime against adults compared with the previous year's survey.

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