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Police chiefs in Cheshire launch “engagement” events across county

Police chiefs in Cheshire launch “engagement” events across county

Cheshire Police chiefs are to launch “engagement” events to hear what the public think of them – starting with Crewe and Nantwich residents.

Cheshire Chief Constable Simon Byrne and Police & Crime Commissioner John Dwyer are inviting members of the public to tell them what they want from the police at the new “Working Together′ events.

October 21, 2014
Crime Commissioner “disappointed” at Cheshire East missing child sexual exploitation “summit”

Crime Commissioner “disappointed” at Cheshire East missing child sexual exploitation “summit”

Cheshire’s Police Crime Commissioner has taken a swipe at Cheshire East Council’s leader for missing a key “summit” on tackling child sexual exploitation.

Crime Commissioner John Dwyer said it was “disappointing” that Cllr Michael Jones had not attended the meeting.

October 9, 2014
Nantwich Royal British Legion to host World War 1 concert

Nantwich Royal British Legion to host World War 1 concert

The Nantwich and District Branch of the Royal British Legion are hosting a World War 1 centenary commemoration.

The concert, featuring the Band of Cheshire Constabulary, is to be staged in the Nantwich Civic Hall from 7.30pm on October 5 to honour those who died locally and throughout the world.

September 13, 2014
Nantwich abuse victims to benefit from Cheshire Police funding

Nantwich abuse victims to benefit from Cheshire Police funding

Victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence in Nantwich are to benefit from over £70,000 of specialist services. The money has been earmarked by Government for a number of projects put forward by Cheshire Police and Crime Commissioner John Dwyer (pictured).

July 3, 2014
Police “contact point” set for Nantwich if pilot study hailed success

Police “contact point” set for Nantwich if pilot study hailed success

Nantwich could soon have an interactive police kiosk in the town if a pilot study in nearby Crewe is a success. Cheshire Police has launched a pilot of the kiosks designed to make it easier for people to get in touch with the police and access information.

June 13, 2014
Scheme to tackle hate crime in Cheshire awarded national funding

Scheme to tackle hate crime in Cheshire awarded national funding

A new scheme to highlight the growing problem of hate crime in Cheshire has been awarded funding. The Central Cheshire Buddies Scheme wants to raise awareness of hate crime through a project called “This is Me”.

May 27, 2014
Nantwich MP Edward Timpson hails latest crime figures for Cheshire

Nantwich MP Edward Timpson hails latest crime figures for Cheshire

Crewe and Nantwich MP Edward Timpson has welcomed new figures which show crime has fallen in Cheshire over the last 12 months. Latest statistics from the Office for National Statistics show that since 2010, recorded crime in Cheshire has fallen by 16%.

April 29, 2014
Third of assaults in Cheshire are domestic abuse, new figures show

Third of assaults in Cheshire are domestic abuse, new figures show

More than a third of all assaults with injury in Cheshire are domestic abuse cases, startling police figures show. Domestic abuse accounts for 8% of all recorded crime in Cheshire.

March 31, 2014
Cheshire Police’s new Chief Constable unveiled

Cheshire Police’s new Chief Constable unveiled

A senior Metropolitan Police officer is to be the new Chief Constable for Cheshire Police. Simon Bryne was selected after a long process to replace Dave Whatton, who is retiring.

February 12, 2014
Cheshire PCC to axe 70 police staff jobs but freeze council tax

Cheshire PCC to axe 70 police staff jobs but freeze council tax

Cheshire PCC John Dwyer has pledged to freeze council tax for policing in the county – but it set to axe 70 police staff jobs. Ex Crewe & Nantwich councillor Mr Dwyer revealed his plans in his second police budget since being elected as Police & Crime Commissioner.

January 30, 2014
Drive to recruit more PCSOs to patrol Nantwich and Crewe

Drive to recruit more PCSOs to patrol Nantwich and Crewe

Cheshire’s PCC John Dwyer has launched a force-wide drive to recruit more Police Community Support Officers. PCSOs work at the heart of Nantwich Neighbourhood Policing Unit as well as other teams across the county.

December 3, 2013
Cheshire Police probe officers who parked in mum and toddler bay

Cheshire Police probe officers who parked in mum and toddler bay

Cheshire Police are investigating why officers left their patrol car in a supermarket parent and toddler space. Shoppers were left fuming after the officers decided to leave their fully-liveried police vehicle in one of the marked bays.

September 11, 2013
Cheshire Police & Crime Commissioner appoints Youth Ambassador

Cheshire Police & Crime Commissioner appoints Youth Ambassador

A 23-year-old former teaching assistant has been appointed as new Youth Ambassador by Cheshire Police and Crime Commissioner. Dominic Rogers has been chosen for the £25,000-a-year job, which has been criticised by some as a waste of public money.

June 25, 2013