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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Message of reassurance from Police and Fire in Northamptonshire

Northamptonshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold has joined Nick Adderley, Chief Constable of Northamptonshire Police, and Darren Dovey, Chief Fire Officer, to reassure people that their emergency services are working hard to keep the county safe. “While people are being told to work at home, our officers and staff are still at work,

Eight drone pilots trained and equipped to save lives and fight crime in Northamptonshire

A trial being launched by Northamptonshire Police today (Monday 16 March) will give police officers quick access to drone technology – day or night – to support  in protecting people and fighting crime. Eight police officers working on response teams have been trained as drone pilots and two new drones and associated equipment have been

Public meetings in Kettering and Brackley cancelled

  Following yesterday’s announcement from the Government asking people to avoid gathering together, the public meetings scheduled to take place in Kettering on March 18 and Brackley on March 23 have been cancelled. We apologise for the cancellation and will reorganise the meetings as soon as appropriate.  

New joint estates strategy launched

Police, Fire and Crime commissioner Stephen Mold has launched a new, joint ten year plan to modernise and rationalise the police and fire buildings estate. The aim of the plan is to reduce current expenditure and avoid future costs on the repair and maintenance of ageing buildings, which do not now properly meet the needs

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