Introduction February 2019
Precept rise will pay for service improvements
Stephen Mold has asked for an increase of around 50p a week towards the policing part of the council tax – £24 a year for a band D household - to fund improvements in policing in Northamptonshire.
Barn events launch new rural crime plan
A new strategy for tackling rural crime has been launched at barn events organised by Northamptonshire Police, the Office of the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner and partners in the Rural Crime Group.
First precept for Fire & Rescue Service
On January 1, Stephen Mold became Northamptonshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, when he took over the governance of the Fire & Rescue Service.
Your views on future Police and Fire Priorities for Northamptonshire
Northamptonshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold is updating his Police and Crime Plan and launching a new Fire and Rescue Plan – his first since taking responsibility for Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service in January 2019.
The Police and Crime Plan
The Police and Crime Plan outlines the Commissioner’s priorities for Northamptonshire between 2019 and 2021 and how he will work with the Chief Constable and other partners to achieve them.
The Fire and Rescue Plan
Stephen Mold’s first Plan as Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner aims to give the Fire and Rescue Service a stable platform from which it can look to invest in the future.
Tackling serious and organised crime
Operation Viper was launched last year to help focus attention on tackling people who commit serious crime in this county, like gang-related violence and drug crime, modern slavery, human trafficking and the grooming of vulnerable people.