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Commissioner extends fly-tipping removal scheme to help landowners

A pilot scheme to support landowners with the cost of removing fly-tipping from their land and securing it against future incidents is being rolled out across the county. Earlier this year, Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold set up a scheme to help farmers and landowners, with a view to intervening early to prevent


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Free course to offer Northamptonshire bikers lifesaving skills

Bikers in Northamptonshire are being invited to a free course that will teach them vital lifesaving skills should they see a fellow motorcyclist involved in a collision. The ‘Biker Down’ course on September 4 – a joint initiative between Northamptonshire Fire & Rescue Service, Northamptonshire Police, and the Office for the Police, Fire and Crime


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Commissioner funded CPR dolls to help deliver ‘lifesaving’ training skills

New portable mannequins have been funded by the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner to ensure that lifesaving resuscitation skills can be taught more easily across Northamptonshire. The new mannequins will be used by the Emergency Services Cadets to teach young people how to carry out CPR and will also be available for the Prevention team


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Uplift in ANPR ring of steel sends clear message that Northamptonshire is a hostile place for criminals

The doubling of Northamptonshire’s ANPR network has resulted in 340 arrests, serious criminals thwarted, and a clear message that this county is a hostile place for criminals.   ANPR – Automatic Number Plate Recognition – reads the registration of passing vehicles and checks them across several databases, raising the alert if a vehicle is stolen or


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