News & Events

Funding boost to help tackle Gang related violence

Action to tackle gang related and serious violence in Northamptonshire has received a boost with the injection of £627,000 of new Home Office funding for a successful bid by Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner and Northamptonshire Police. The money, from the Serious Youth Violence Early Intervention Fund, will be used…

Your chance to chat with Stephen & Nick

Northamptonshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable are setting up their stall in Northampton and Corby to meet local people and hear what they have to say about policing in the county. OnFriday, November 16, Stephen Mold and Nick Adderley will be in the lower mall of the Grosvenor…

£250,000 to be invested to help women break the cycle of crime

Almost £250,000 is to be invested in programmes to help support women offenders and reduce the level of reoffending in Northamptonshire, thanks to new funding from the Ministry of Justice. A group of organisations led by Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold and The Good Loaf successfully submitted a…

More areas sponsor dedicated PCSO under new Police and Crime Commissioner scheme

More parishes have taken up the opportunity to sponsor their own, dedicated PCSO under a new scheme developed by Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold. Woodford Halse, Bugbrooke and a group of villages comprising Spratton, Pitsford, the Bramptons, Harlestone and Boughton are now sponsoring PCSO, bringing the total number…

PCC asking for views on Police and Fire council tax precept

Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold has launched a consultation to ask people if they would be willing to pay more in council tax to support policing and fire services in the county. The Commissioner is responsible for setting the Force and now the Fire budgets and determining the…

Statutory instrument will transfer fire governance from County Council to PCC

A Statutory Instrument has been laid before Parliament today (October 12) that sets the framework for the transfer of the oversight of Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service  from Northamptonshire County Council to Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold. The statutory instrument starts the countdown for oversight to move to…

Police and Crime Commissioner briefs Panel members on funding in Northamptonshire

Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold has today briefed the Police and Crime Panel on police funding, following the publication of a National Audit Office report last week. The National Audit Office released a financial sustainability report for police forces in England and Wales on September 11, looking at…

Police and Crime Commissioner support For Business Crime Partnership

Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold has supported the Northamptonshire Business Crime Partnership with a £15,000 grant to help fight retail crime in the county. The Northamptonshire Business Crime Partnership (NBCP) was established in 2015 to replicate and develop the award-winning model of the Northampton Retail Crime Initiative countywide.…

Savings from sale of empty buildings will help modernise Police estate

The sale of several empty and redundant former police buildings will make significant year-on-year savings and bring a cash receipt that will be used to support the modernisation of the police estate to make it fit for the future. The buildings being sold were all closed in 2017 as part…

Police and Crime Commissioner to cycle from Ypres to Northampton for charity

Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold is cycling 270 miles from Ypres to Northampton as part of the Ride for Hope Challenge 2018. The ride aims to raise money for the Hope Centre in Northampton and will take Stephen Mold and Nicci Marzec, Director of Early Intervention in the…