Tim Passmore is delighted to announce that the Office of the PCC has been awarded a prestigious national award for openness and transparency. Christopher Jackson, Chief Executive of Suffolk’s OPCC said, “We were commended for excellence for openness and transparency, which is down to the hard work and application of the OPCC in ensuring we comply with our statutory […]
Since his election Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore has made clear his ambition to support the British economy, so he is proud to announce that the Constabulary has placed an order for 33 vehicles which are built at Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port and Luton plants at a cost to the Constabulary of £338K. Supporting […]
Police and Crime Commissioners Lorne Green and Tim Passmore have revitalised the Norfolk & Suffolk Collaboration Panel to discuss opportunities for further collaboration across the two constabularies.
A consultation event on a proposed shared base at Newmarket Fire Station for Suffolk Constabulary and Suffolk Fire & Rescue Service was held in Newmarket on Wednesday 26th October at the King Edward VII Memorial Hall.t.
Suffolk’s PCC and Suffolk County Council’s Cabinet Member for Public Protection made a ceremonial start to works on Felixstowe’s new joint police and fire station in High Road West in Felixstowe today (Monday 24 October). Tim Passmore and Cllr Matthew Hicks were joined by the Felixstowe Mayor, Jan Garfield; Fire Chief, Mark Hardingham and Chief Constable, Gareth Wilson along […]
Anti-Slavery Day on Tuesday 18 October is an opportunity to raise awareness of modern slavery and to highlight the work done by government, police, charities, business and individuals to eliminate it in the UK. Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore is joining Suffolk Constabulary to support this day of action to raise awareness of human exploitation which […]