Please see the latest newsletter from the PFCC for May 2022.
In this issue you can read about a brand new campaign that has brought organisations from across the county together to say ‘It only takes one community to say enough is enough’ to violence against women. We’ve also attached the campaign partner pack which provides supporting artwork and guidelines should you wish to promote the campaign through your own networks.
There’s an update on the Safer Streets project with the latest security measures in Hemmingwell and information on a series of webinars that will help adults spot the signs of criminal exploitation of children.
This edition outlines the success of Operation Crooked and the reduction in the number of burglaries across the county as well as the Commissioner’s support for partnership working, as Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service (NFRS) and Northants Search and Rescue formalise their working relationship. NFRS also led a multi-agency training exercise at Rushden Transport Museum and Railway which was attended by East Midlands Ambulance Service, British Transport Police, Network Rail and Northamptonshire Neighbourhood Policing Team.
Also read about the Knife Angel as it lands in the county as part of its nationwide tour, raising awareness of the consequences of knife crime.