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Keep Safe Card relaunches with additional funding from OPCC

A  countywide scheme which works to help people with disabilities in Northamptonshire feel safe and secure when out and about is set to be expanded with the help of additional funding from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner. The Keep Safe Card project, which has been running since…

Commissioner welcomes new technology that will help keep Northamptonshire safe

PCC Stephen Mold has welcomed the introduction of new technology to Northamptonshire Police which will enable front-line officers to do more while on the beat, enabling them to remain in communities rather than having to travel back to police stations. Commissioner Mold has placed a strong focus on technology since…

Statement from PCC Stephen Mold

The Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold, has written to all officers and staff of Northamptonshire Police to clarify remarks that he made at a meeting of the Northamptonshire Police and Crime Panel. Remarks about staff who were not working as hard as they can be were meant to…

Home Office confirms governance of Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue service will transfer to PCC

Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Stephen Mold, will become the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner after the Home Office approved plans for the governance of Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service to transfer to the Office of Police and Crime Commissioner from Northamptonshire County Council. Governmental approval of the business case…

Commissioner Mold calls for new approach to young adults in court

PCC Stephen Mold has joined forces with other PCCs in the UK to call for a new approach to young adults in court in order to cut reoffending. A new report, published today by the Centre for Justice Innovation and the Transition to Adulthood Alliance, suggests that a fairer and…

First locally sponsored PCSO begins duties in Daventry

The first locally sponsored PCSO in Northamptonshire began duties in Daventry this week as part of a scheme developed by the Office of Police and Crime Commissioner which allows communities to pay for a PCSO that will be dedicated to their area. Created to empower communities and further joint working…

Police and Crime Commissioner requests approval from Police and Crime Panel to raise additional £3.97million for policing budget

Stephen Mold, Police and Crime Commissioner for Northamptonshire, has today advised the county’s Police and Crime Panel, who oversee the activities of the PCC, that he intends to raise an additional £3.97million for policing through the 2018/19 council tax policing precept to provide Northamptonshire Police with additional resources to make…