COUNCILS WORK WITH SOUTH YORKSHIRE MODERN SLAVERY PARTNERSHIP TO IMPROVE IDENTIFICATION OF MODERN SLAVERY VICTIMS

Today (18th October) is UK Anti-Slavery Day – a day of action to raise awareness of modern slavery and to highlight what statutory bodies, charities, businesses and individuals can do to tackle this abhorrent crime.

RESPONSE TO THE EPI REPORT ON UNEXPLAINED PUPIL EXITS

The Education Policy Institute (EPI) have today, Friday, 10 October) published their Unexplained pupil exits from schools report. Dr Alan Billings, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner said: “The EPI report on unexplained pupil exists makes

SOUTH YORKSHIRE POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER WELCOMES THE ANNOUNCEMENT TO RECRUIT 151 OFFICERS

Dr Alan Billings, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner has today (Wednesday, 9 October) welcomed the announcement that South Yorkshire will be able to recruit 151 additional police officers.

FUNDING FOR SHEFFIELD FALCON HOLIDAY CAMP

On Wednesday, 2 October Dr Alan Billings visited Jonathan Buckley at the Sheffield Methodist Circuit offices to discuss the Sheffield Falcon Holiday Camp.

Independent Ethics Panel Annual Report 2018/19

The fourth annual report of the Independent Ethics Panel.

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RESPONSE TO THE PUBLICATION OF THE HMICFRS AND HMIP JOINT INSPECTION OF CUSTODY REPORT

Dr Alan Billings, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner has today (Tuesday, 1 October 2019) responded to the publication of the HMICFRS and HMIP Joint Inspection of Custody report.

PROJECT NOVA

In South Yorkshire there are 72,387 veterans – men and women who have spent time in the armed forces. Between them, they have 24,584 dependent children.

HMICFRS Inspection Response

Dr Alan Billings, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner has welcomed the findings of the inspection of South Yorkshire Police, by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services.

VULNERABILITY AND CRIME

In 1900 you would be lucky if you lived to see your sixtieth birthday. Today, we would feel cheated if we didn’t enjoy a long retirement. But there is a downside to living longer and it is becoming a growing issue for the police as well as other public

RESPONSE TO HOME OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENT OF NATIONAL CAMPAIGN TO RECRUIT OFFICERS

Dr Alan Billings, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner said: “The Home Office is planning a series of advertisements across the country under the slogan ‘Be a force for all’ designed to encourage people to join the police service.

PAB 11 September 2019 Agenda and supporting papers

PAB 11 September 2019 Agenda and supporting papers

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PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN THE CURE

‘Prevention is better than cure’ we say, when we are thinking about diseases. It’s better to get the population vaccinated against measles than to have to treat people who fall ill.