Three independent traders in Newcastle-under-Lyme who have been the victims of robberies just 24-hours apart claim the council have shown ‘no compassion’.
Browsing: Staffordshire Police and Crime Commissioner
Staffordshire Commissioners Office have introduced a new scheme that they hope will improve the experience of deaf people who are in police custody.
Four Police and Crime Commissioners across the West Midlands are presenting to government a hard-hitting six-month study into crime in prisons.
The Staffordshire Youth Commission has been busy this week, as it unveiled its new priorities…
Staffordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner joined a panel at Staffordshire University yesterday (April 12) to talk about the importance of mental health.
The ‘In Conversation’ event, heard a panel of experts discuss the subject of mental health and how it affects every sector of the community.
A new Victim’s Code has been welcomed by Staffordshire’s Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner.
The system will allow victims of crime to tell courts and offenders how a crime has affected them and this will be taken into consideration by judges when sentencing – something which has previously not happened.