BRADFIELD PARISH COUNCIL MEETING

Dr Alan Billings, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner visited Bradfield, Sheffield last week to attend a Parish Council meeting.

SUCCESSFUL GRANTS RECIPIENTS ANNOUNCED

The South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner has today (Wednesday, 12 October 2016) announced which South Yorkshire organisations have been awarded funding from his community grant scheme.

£20K DRUGS RAID IN EASTWOOD, ROTHERHAM

Dr Alan Billings spent the morning with police officers in Rotherham on Wednesday, 21 September and got the opportunity to see them recover £20k of cannabis plants from a property In Eastwood.

LIBERTY PENTECOSTAL CHURCH RECEIVES A VISIT FROM DR BILLINGS

South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Dr Alan Billings visited Liberty Church in Masbrough, Rotherham on Wednesday, 14 September 2016.

DANNY IS CHOKING – BELT UP – EVERY JOURNEY, EVERY TIME!

The Illuminate campaign is now stepping up a gear in an attempt to reduce the number of fatalities on the roads of South Yorkshire.

HORROR ZOMBIE KNIVES TO BE BANNED

Dr Alan Billings, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner is supporting the ban on Zombie knives that will come in to effect on Thursday, 18 August 2016.

ROAD SAFETY CAMPAIGN TO TARGET YOUNG DRIVERS, SEATBELTS AND MOBILE PHONES

2016/17 GRANT SCHEME LAUNCHED

CHIEF CONSTABLE PUBLISHES REPORT ON SOUTH YORKSHIRE POLICE

At the beginning of May, Chief Constable Dave Jones and Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Billings, asked the College of Policing for support in considering the force’s operational and organisational capability and capacity.

PREFERRED CANDIDATE SELECTED FOR CHIEF CONSTABLE

Deputy Chief Constable Stephen Watson has been selected as the preferred candidate for new Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police by the Police and Crime Commissioner, Dr Alan Billings.

SPORT FOR CHANGE FUND

Yorkshire Sport Foundation are aiming to reduce anti-social behaviour and crime in South Yorkshire with a new fund supported by the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Dr Alan Billings.

LEGAL HIGHS ARE NO LONGER LEGAL

The Psychoactive Substances Act comes in to force at midnight on Wednesday 25 May.   This means that Legal Highs will no longer be legal to produce, distribute or import.