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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.
“The Mayor of London says that it will take a decade or even a generation before London can turn round the rise in violent crime. This is a counsel of despair. It is not how we see things in South Yorkshire.
Dr Alan Billings, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner visited Brinsworth Academy in Rotherham on Friday, 12 October to see the ‘Average Joe’ production performed by SAFE@LAST.
YOYO stands for You’re Only Young Once and has been developed to help young people learn about the consequences of taking part in activities that could cause them harm
On 22 January 2018, YOYO visited Darton College in Barnsley.
The pupils covered the subject of Alcohol and you can listen to all the podcasts produced by the pupils at Darton College in the YouTube playlist.
Further grant funding from the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner’s Community Grant Scheme has been announced today (Wednesday, 14 December).
Let me begin where I will also end and wish you a very Happy Christmas. In this brief newsletter I will pick up on a few current issues and things that have happened since the last newsletter.
Dr Alan Billings, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner went along to Roundabout in Sheffield on Wednesday, 8 November to see how they plan to spend the £5,000 grant funding they have been awarded.
Local charity SAFE@LAST received a visit from the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Dr Alan Billings to hand over a cheque for £22,813.
Dr Alan Billings, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner visited Goldthorpe in Barnsley on Tuesday 5 May.