Police & Crime Commissioner

All the news and articles related to Bedfordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner.

Vulnerable child
Bedfordshire Police has welcomed a report which has praised them for taking ‘tangible steps’ to improve its child protection capabilities. But highlights several areas of concern...
Police and Crime Commissioner Kathryn Holloway
January: I am consulting with you to understand whether or not you are prepared to contribute just £2 extra per month through your Council Tax to help increase the number...
Police on the beat
After becoming the only force in England and Wales to receive an 'inadequate' grading in 2016, Bedfordshire Police bosses are celebrating achieving an...
Police and Crime Commissioner Kathryn Holloway
The Police and Crime Commissioner, Kathryn Holloway, has won a second Special Grant from the Home Office to fight gang, gun and knife crime...
In a bid to manage call wait times and improve the service for people who need it most, Bedfordshire Police have changed the way they answer 101 calls...
Caretaker PCC, Kathryn Holloway
Bedfordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Kathryn Holloway, has announced that she will stay as the county's PCC for a further year...
Police and youth leaders behind Bedfordshire’s new Violence and Exploitation Reduction Unit (VERU) unveiled their plans to Home Office visitors after...
Police and Crime Commissioner Kathryn Holloway
A grant fund has been launched be Bedfordshire's Police and Crime Commissioner, aiming to support projects to help ex-offenders lead crime-free lives...
Kathryn Holloway
https://youtu.be/1pdQNMCNkkg The Bedfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Kathryn Holloway, has sent a firm request to the Government, asking for an emergency fund of £4.571m to fight against the spread of gangs, knife carrying and gun...