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South Yorkshire Support for Sammy's Law

South Yorkshire Support for Sammy's Law

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The South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Dr Alan Billings and Chief Constable Stephen Watson are pledging their support to Sammy's Law.
Date:
Wednesday 4th October 2017
New fire and police station in Maltby goes live

New fire and police station in Maltby goes live

Description
South Yorkshire's only joint fire and police station has gone operational for the first time.Firefighters have started attending 999 calls from the station in Maltby, Rotherham after work to modify the existing police station on Byford Road to accommodate fire service vehicles and staff was completed last month. The old fire station on Maltby High Street has now closed.
Date:
Monday 2nd October 2017
INDEPENDENT ETHICS PANEL PRAISES FORCE'S APPROACH TO SCRUTINY

INDEPENDENT ETHICS PANEL PRAISES FORCE'S APPROACH TO SCRUTINY

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South Yorkshire Police has been praised for its approach to outside scrutiny and willingness to be self critical, in the latest Annual Report of the Police and Crime Commissioner's (PCC) Independent Ethics Panel.The report has been welcomed both by the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner and the Chief Constable at the recent meeting of the Public Accountability Board this week.
Date:
Friday 29th September 2017
New funding to improve home security in South Yorkshire

New funding to improve home security in South Yorkshire

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The Yorkshire Housing Home Improvement Agency (HIA) based in Sheffield has secured a grant of £4,970. The funding will help improve home security for some of most vulnerable people living in South Yorkshire.The monies are from the South Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner 'Community Grant Scheme'. It will help local people make their homes become safer and feel more secure.
Date:
Monday 25th September 2017
Statement from Dr Alan Billings On Police and Prison Officers Pay Increase

Statement from Dr Alan Billings On Police and Prison Officers Pay Increase

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"I am pleased that police and prison officers in South Yorkshire will receive pay increases.
Date:
Wednesday 13th September 2017
Dr Alan Billings speaks at  Archives and Records Association Annual Conference

Dr Alan Billings speaks at Archives and Records Association Annual Conference

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Dr Alan Billings, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner, was a keynote speaker at the Archives and Records Association Annual Conference on Wednesday, 30 August in Manchester.
Date:
Wednesday 6th September 2017
Commissioner asks for public's help on Cyber Crime

Commissioner asks for public's help on Cyber Crime

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Dr Alan Billings, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner is asking for the public of South Yorkshire's help gathering information on how cyber crime has affected them.
Date:
Friday 25th August 2017
Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner Shortlisted for Association for Public Service Excellence Award

Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner Shortlisted for Association for Public Service Excellence Award

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The Office of the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner has been shortlisted for an Association for Public Service Excellence Award.
Date:
Friday 25th August 2017
University of the Third Age Visit

University of the Third Age Visit

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Dr Alan Billings, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner, spoke to a meeting of the University of the Third Age at the Showroom Cinema, Sheffield, about his work as commissioner and to answer questions.
Date:
Thursday 24th August 2017
Statement on crime figures 2017

Statement on crime figures 2017

Description
The Crime Survey for England and Wales shows an increase in crime over the past year of about 10% across almost all types of crime. This is shocking in itself but if it points to a developing trend, it is seriously worrying.
Date:
Friday 21st July 2017
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