Police and Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore has announced that he will be asking council taxpayers to pay an average of just under 1p a day extra towards policing in the county in the next financial year.
Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner and Suffolk County Council’s Cabinet Member for Environment and Public Protection laid the ‘date stone’ at Saxmundham’s new joint police and fire station on Seaman Avenue, Saxmundham today (Friday 27 January).
As your PCC I need to ensure Suffolk taxpayers get the very best value for money to provide policing in the county. At the moment I do not believe we get a reasonable share of Government funding and I would like your support to make a case to Government for a fairer settlement.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Suffolk is inviting applications to pilot a county-wide counselling/therapeutic service for victims of sexual abuse for a year from April 2017.
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 […]