Following consideration by the Audit Committee on Friday 22 September 2017 and external auditors, the Police and Crime Commissioner has approved his Statements of Accounts 2016-2017 and the Annual Governance Statement 2017.
Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore has today (Friday 8th September) announced that he will not be pursuing plans to take control of Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service.
Felixstowe’s new shared Fire and Police Station is now fully operational.
Today (July 31st), supported with £100,000 worth of funding from my Stay Safe Online Fund, we launched Suffolk’s Stay Safe Online campaign aimed at keeping our young people safe from digital threats.
Following the Inspection of Statement of Accounts notice, the draft Statements of Accounts 2016/17 and Annual Governance Statements have been published.
The Police and Crime Commissioner has sponsored the Social Inclusion category for businesses with a broadly-based approach to overcoming issues of social exclusion.