Stephen Mold

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Making Northamptonshire Safer Fund

Are you or do you know a community group, charity or voluntary organisation working to make your community safer? The PFCC has made four different grants available

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Wanted: New members for our Youth Commission

The Northamptonshire Office of the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner is looking for new  members for its Youth Commission, to better understand and meet the needs of local young people.   The Youth Commission was launched in Summer 2019 to ensure the voices of young people in Northamptonshire are heard and to support, challenge and

Working together in Wellingborough

Stephen Mold, Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner (PFCC) and local Police Sergeant, Chris Stevens visited Wellingborough last week (January 31) to meet Borough Council leader Cllr Martin Griffiths to discuss joint work to tackle anti-social behaviour in the town. The Borough Council of Wellingborough’s team presented their strategy to tackle anti-social behaviour in the borough

Greater role for PFCC in compliments and complaints

The way that complaints and compliments about Northamptonshire Police are dealt with is changing on February 1. The changes – which result from the Policing and Crime Act 2017 – give the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner a much greater role in police complaints, strengthening the independence of the process and increasing public confidence. From

Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner to ask for 20p a week extra towards policing

Northamptonshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold is asking for a £10 a year increase – 20p a week – in the policing precept, the part of the council tax that goes towards policing in Northamptonshire. Northamptonshire has received a better than expected financial settlement from the Government that will support the recruitment of

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