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Chief Fire Officer Darren Dovey to return following retirement

Northamptonshire Police Fire and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold has asked Chief Fire Officer Darren Dovey to return to his role following his planned retirement  next month and continue to lead Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service’s response to the ongoing pandemic and steer its performance improvement plan. Mr Dovey has served almost 33 years as a

Safer Streets in Victoria and Isebrook areas of Wellingborough

Following a major funding boost as part of the Safer Streets scheme, residents in the Victoria and Isebrook areas of Wellingborough are being encouraged to give their views about improving safety and security where they live. The Home Office funding, which was bid for by the Office of the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner (OPFCC),

Important film launched today to raise awareness of modern slavery

  A short film called Take a Closer Look has been launched today (Monday, September 14) by the Northamptonshire Office of the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner and Northamptonshire Police, to raise awareness of modern slavery and exploitation. The nine-minute film depicts a scenario following a road traffic collision which highlights signs of modern slavery

Investments drive crime fighting boost in Northamptonshire

More than £1.5 million is to be invested to give a crime fighting boost in Northamptonshire. Rural policing, neighbourhood policing, knife crime and high-tech investigation will all receive extra funding to increase capacity and strengthen the police response to tackle crime and keep people safe in Northamptonshire. This funding is in addition to the £1.3

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