News & Events

Police and Crime Commissioner thanks retiring Chief Constable for his service

Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold has paid tribute to Chief Constable Simon Edens who retires as Chief Constable of Northamptonshire Police on Sunday August 5. Simon Edens has been Chief Constable since 2015, serving Northamptonshire Police and the people of the county with commitment and dedication. He has…

Nick Adderley confirmed as new Chief Constable of Northamptonshire Police.

Nick Adderley has been confirmed as the new Chief Constable of Northamptonshire Police. Stephen Mold, Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner, made the announcement today after notification from the Northamptonshire Police and Crime Panel that they have supported the appointment. The Police and Crime Panel confirmation comes at the end of…

PCC establishes new team to support children and families

Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold is setting up a new team to provide early help and support to families and young people in Northamptonshire. The Police and Crime Commissioner is investing almost £1 million over three years to establish an Early Intervention Team of up to seven staff…

Platform to match volunteer skills to cybercrime investigations

A secure collaborative platform to help police officers tap into the expertise of the county’s highly-skilled cyber volunteers has been developed by members of the Cyber Security Forum run by Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold. The platform will match the skills and capacity of the county’s cyber security…

PCC signs Armed Forces Covenant

The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) in Northamptonshire has celebrated Armed Forces week by signing the Armed Forces Covenant. An event took place yesterday (25 June) at the Office of the Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) in which the PCC, Stephen Mold, signed the Covenant alongside Lieutenant Colonel Mary…

PCC visits projects that have benefitted from Safer Communities Fund

PCC Stephen Mold has visited three projects on a ‘seeing is believing’ visit organised by Northamptonshire Community Foundation, which manages the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Making Northamptonshire Safer Communities Fund. Since the fund’s launch, a total of £65,655 has been awarded to community projects that are preventing crime in the…

Stephen Mold visits Community Grant projects in East Northants

On Friday 22ndJune, the Police and Crime Commissioner of Northamptonshire, Stephen Mold visited three projects that have benefited from the Making Northamptonshire Safer Communities Fund. Since the fund’s launch, a total of £65,655 has been awarded to community projects that are preventing crime across the County. The visit was organised…