News & Events

New community grant funding round now open for applications

A new range of grant funding is now available and open for applications through the office of Northamptonshire Police Fire and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold. This year, three different funds are available that will give a wider range of community groups, charities and other voluntary organisations options to seek funding,…

Major recruitment drive will put more police on the streets

More than 200 new officers will be recruited by Northamptonshire Police over the next two years, taking the Force to more than 1300 police officers for the first time since 2010. Taking into account those who retire or leave each year, this means that there will be nearly 100 more police officers…

Your chance to chat to Commissioner and Assistant Chief Constable

Northamptonshire Police Fire and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold and Assistant Chief Constable Simon Blatchly are setting up their stall in Northampton to meet local people and hear what they have to say about policing in the county. OnFriday April 12, Stephen and Simon will be in the upper mall of the…

Violence & Vulnerability review finds good practice in Northamptonshire

An independent review – supported by the Home Office – of how serious and organised crime is identified and tackled by agencies in Northamptonshire has praised the work taking place to intervene early with young people at risk of violence and made a number of recommendations to help agencies develop…

Barn events to promote action against rural crime

Farmers and landowners are being invited to two free barn events to learn more about and discuss how to protect themselves from rural crime. The events, in Cold Ashby and in Wellingborough, follow two successful sessions held in January, and are open to anyone interested in learning more about crime…

New Youth Commission to represent young people

Northamptonshire Police Fire and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold is setting up a youth commission to involve young people in decisions about policing, the fire service and criminal justice in Northamptonshire. Young people aged between 14 and 19 – or 24 if they have additional needs – are invited to join…

Funding helps frontline officers put community projects in place

A new fund set up by the Northamptonshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold has already supported 12 community safety initiatives in communities across the county. The Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold set-up his Supporting Communities Fund to help frontline police officers and staff from throughout the…

Have your say on Police and Fire Plans for Northamptonshire

Northamptonshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold is asking people who live and work in Northamptonshire for their views on the priorities for policing and the fire service in the county. The Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner is updating the Police and Crime Plan and launching a new Fire…

Major trauma kits deployed to frontline police officers

Every police response vehicle in Northamptonshire is to be equipped with a special trauma response kit and every frontline police officer will be trained to deal with major traumatic injuries in a move that will improve both public and officer safety. The specialist packs contain the essential equipment needed to…