Positive Futures, a youth crime prevention programme, has received £85,000 from the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Community Safety Fund to enable them to continue their work with young people in the county.
Ipswich Central won the Community Safety and Crime Prevention category in last night’s EADT Business Award.
The scope of responsibility of Suffolk’s first Police and Crime Commissioner is broad and varied; in order to really concentrate on the issues that the public are concerned about Tim Passmore, is highlighting one priority each month to focus on as his Passmore Priority.
Tim Passmore, Police and Crime Commissioner for Suffolk has today (June 28) published his first Annual Report.
Encouraging young people to become positive advocates for law and order, ranks highly in Tim Passmore’s ambition to make Suffolk as safer place in which to live, work, travel and invest.
In line with his long term plan for policing in Suffolk, Tim Passmore, Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner is this month (June) focussing on the thorny issue of speeding and speed enforcement.