PCC Blog 119

In this week's blog, Dr Billings discusses the Home Secretary's open letter to Police Leaders and the riots in Leicester

Dr Billings Responds to HMICFRS ‘Finding Time for Crime’ Report

Report highlights key areas for improvement

PCC Blog 113

Dr Billings discusses his support of the Elizabeth Medal campaign, the complexities of assisted dying and how the population of South Yorkshire has changed in the last decade

PCC Responds to Liz Truss Comments on Police Targets

Home Office Funding Awarded to PCC to Tackle Crime and Anti-Social Behaviour

More than £1.7million has been awarded to tackle crime, anti-social behaviour and violence against women and girls in South Yorkshire

Latest Crime Statistics Show Decrease in Firearms Offences in South Yorkshire

The latest Office of National Statistic figures for police recorded crime have been released today and show decreases in firearms and drugs offences in South Yorkshire, but increases in other crime types, mostly in line with increases nationally.

South Yorkshire PCC Supports Anti-Social Behaviour Awareness Week

PCC Blog 108

Dr Billings discusses the Met police facing special measures, the differing opinions on stop and search and the complexity of boosting officer numbers by 20,000

PCC Blog 106

Dr Billings discusses the newly launched No More campaign, tackling violence against women and girls, a visit to meet Yorkshire Lowlands Search & Rescue and the Police Federation Bravery Awards

New Scheme to Stop Abusive Behaviours in Young People

Modern Slavery Statement 2021

Modern Slavery Statement 2021

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PCC Blog 102

Last week, Dr Billings attended the swearing in ceremony for new police recruits. The PCC also discusses the judgements officers have to make when dealing with crime and the impact of unfounded accusations