Post Tagged with: "Police Crime Commissioner"

Chair of Cheshire Police watchdog told to resign over “outdated” LGBT comments

Chair of Cheshire Police watchdog told to resign over “outdated” LGBT comments

By Stephen Topping, local democracy reporter
The chairman of Cheshire’s police watchdog is facing growing calls to resign following ‘outdated’ remarks about officers supporting LGBT equality.

Police and Crime Commissioner David Keane has published an open letter to Bob Fousert, chairman of the Cheshire police and crime panel, urging him to step down.

June 18, 2019
Cheshire PCC Keane grilled over role in former Chief Constable inquiry

Cheshire PCC Keane grilled over role in former Chief Constable inquiry

By Stephen Topping, local democracy reporter
David Keane insists he followed legal advice from the “top QC in the land” when pursuing ex-chief constable Simon Byrne’s gross misconduct inquiry.

Cheshire’s police and crime commissioner (PCC) was grilled on his role in putting forward 74 allegations against the officer at a police and crime panel meeting on Friday.

March 17, 2019
£300,000 project to help sex abuse victims in South Cheshire

£300,000 project to help sex abuse victims in South Cheshire

Victims of sex crimes in Nantwich will get improved support after a £300,000 police contract was awarded to The Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre (RASASC) for Cheshire.

The centre helps survivors of sexual abuse, whether or not they report the crime to the police, in recent and old cases.

January 31, 2015
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
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