South Yorkshire Tier 3 Announcement

In response to the announcement today that the South Yorkshire region will go into Tier 3 at midnight on Friday 23 October, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Dr Alan Billings has issued the following statement:

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In this week's Blog, Dr Billings talks about the low rate of rape convictions and the effect this has on victims, policing during coronavirus and recruiting new members of the Independent Ethics Panel.

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In his latest Blog Dr Alan Billings puts forward his suggestion for reform of the House of Lords, looks at recent spikes and local lock downs due to Covid and how Brexit may affect data sharing and handling of criminals.

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In this week's Blog Dr Billings looks again at the effects of Covid19 on the criminal justice system as well as thoughts on care homes.

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in this week's Blog, Dr Billings discusses the re-opening of the pubs and bars as well as diversity within the workforce.

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The South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner's weekly blog this week looks at the effect of Covid19 on the criminal justice system and highlights the issues of modern slavery.

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Dr Alan Billings, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner has written his latest Blog on his thoughts around the Covid19 situation.

Funding for Support Services Affected by Covid19

A Government funding package to support victims and survivors of domestic abuse and sexual violence, vulnerable children and their families has been welcomed by the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner.

Community Grant Scheme Amended to Support Projects Affected by Covid19

The South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner’s (PCC) Community Grant Scheme has been amended to offer support to communities and organisations that are affected by the Covid-19 situation.

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Dr Alan Billings, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner has written his fourth blog to update members of the public partners and communities and organisations about how he has been carrying out his role during the corona virus pandemic.