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HILLSBOROUGH COSTS SPECIAL GRANT ANNOUNCEMENT

Dr Alan Billings, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner, has received notification that the Home Secretary, The Rt Hon Theresa May, has agreed a special grant towards reimbursement of Hillsborough costs. The special grant was applied for in Novemb

ATTERCLIFFE POLICE STATION ROOF TO REDUCE CARBON EMISSIONS AND REDUCE ENERGY BILLS

Attercliffe Police Station roof is to be the next renewable energy location within South Yorkshire Police, in a bid to reduce the Force’s carbon emissions.

CALLS FOR OFFICERS AND VICTIMS TO COME FORWARD WITH INFORMATION

Wednesday 18 March is National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day and the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Dr Alan Billings will be spending it visiting various events in South Yorkshire.

STATEMENT ON CHILD SEXUAL EXPLOITATION

Public confidence in South Yorkshire Police has been severely damaged by these most recent allegations that the Force failed to listen to hundreds of abused young people in Sheffield as we know they failed in Rotherham.

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY SUPPORT LUNCH FOR COMMISSIONER BILLINGS

Dr Alan Billings, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner will be supporting International Women’s Day by attending a lunch at the invitation of the White Rose University Consortium.

BIG ISSUE IN THE NORTH SALES CONTRIBUTE TO RAISING £11,000 DURING VENDOR WEEK

Dr Alan Billings, the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner is pleased to announce that by selling a respectable two copies of The Big Issue in the North in Barnsley he contributed towards an extra £11,000 being raised for INSP (International Netw

PRIME MINISTER'S NEW MEASURES WELCOMED

Statement from Dr Alan Billings regarding David Cameron's new measures to tackle child sexual exploitation. "I applaud the Prime Minister's initiative. It will help raise awareness of the continued existence of child sexual exploitation across the countr

YORKSHIRE AND HUMBER FORCES TO FORM STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP

The South Yorkshire and Humberside Police and Crime Commissioners and Chief Constables met last week (Wednesday, 18 February) to discuss plans to develop their existing collaboration in a bid to meet the financial challenges for both Forces.

ST WILFRID'S RECEIVE VISIT FROM COMMISSIONER BILLINGS