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The Chief Constable supported by the PCC is now challenging the College of Policing to suspend country-wide implementation of PEQF until the summer of 2023

The Chief Constable supported by the PCC is now challenging the College of Policing to suspend country-wide implementation of PEQF until the summer of 2023

A move to impose degree qualifications on new police officers could be challenged in the courts by the county’s Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner in a bid to protect front-line policing.

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Government funding available to protect places of worship vulnerable to hate crime

Government funding available to protect places of worship vulnerable to hate crime

PCC welcomes the funding in a step in protect vulnerable people and places

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PCC backs Home Office report to tackle demand on front line officers

PCC backs Home Office report to tackle demand on front line officers

The recommendations come in the wake of the Front Line Review carried out by the Home Office to learn what the front line officers really think about the job they do and what can improve.

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PCC supports the Home Secretary's plans to establish a Police Covenant

PCC supports the Home Secretary's plans to establish a Police Covenant

Mr Jones has said the Police Covenant is an important step in recognising the bravery and commitment of serving officers.

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