“My duty is to secure effective and efficient Police and Fire & Rescue Services that ensure community needs are met while commissioning to reduce crime and support victims across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent”
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Updates from the Staffordshire Commissioner's Office for Police | Fire and Rescue | Crime.
During the global #16DaysofAction to end violence against women and girls, the Violence Reduction Alliance is inviting all businesses to sign their Safer Places for Women & Girls Charter so that women and girls can live free from fear.
Deputy Commissioner @HelenFisher62 recently spent time with Police Dog Ebony & her handlers at a training facility.
Ebony joined @StaffsPolice last year as a general purpose police dog & has assisted in the arrest of multiple offenders already.
Good work Ebony! 🐶
⬇️Funded through the government’s Anti-Social Behaviour Action Plan, the @StaffsPFCC is receiving £2 million funding over the next two years for additional @StaffsPolice uniformed patrols in targeted areas, as part of a new approach to working with local agencies.
Domestic Abuse is not acceptable and this behaviour will be, and quite rightly should be, called out by others. Don’t choose to abuse!
If you recognise this behaviour in yourself, a friend of family member there is help available.
More info here: https://orlo.uk/1rJcF
Today is #WhiteRibbonDay. Not all men are part of the problem, but all men must be a part of the solution to #ChangeTheStory for women, so they can live without the fear of violence or the threat of this fear.
Get involved: http://whiteribbon.org.uk/white-ribbon-day-2023…
To finish off #RoadSafetyWeek Deputy Commissioner @HelenFisher62 attended a @StaffsFire vehicle extrication demonstration.
Extrication is the process of removing a vehicle from around a person who has been involved in a road collision.