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Ten groups given grants to make our communities safer

Ten groups given grants to make our communities safer

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A programme which uses music to divert young people from antisocial behaviours is just one of ten projects to be given a funding boost through a grant scheme designed to help "Make Notts Safe."
Date:
Monday 3rd October 2022
Women urged to report places where they feel unsafe using online tool

Women urged to report places where they feel unsafe using online tool

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Women are being encouraged to report locations where they have felt unsafe as part of a ground-breaking initiative supported by Nottinghamshire Police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.
Date:
Friday 30th September 2022
PCC-funded police dog ready for his training

PCC-funded police dog ready for his training

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Buddy the police dog is about to embark on a training course that will prepare him to join the team ridding Nottinghamshire's streets of drugs.
Date:
Thursday 29th September 2022
Charity helps victims of crime through restorative justice

Charity helps victims of crime through restorative justice

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A victim of arson has explained how receiving a letter from their offender made them feel 'safer'.
Date:
Friday 23rd September 2022
'Team' pledge as next Chief Constable of Nottinghamshire Police confirmed

'Team' pledge as next Chief Constable of Nottinghamshire Police confirmed

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Nottinghamshire Police's next Chief Constable Kate Meynell has vowed to build on positive work to promote public confidence and teamwork.
Date:
Thursday 22nd September 2022
More cops and record funding helping Make Notts Safe

More cops and record funding helping Make Notts Safe

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An intensive recruitment drive means Nottinghamshire Police can now deploy 10% more cops than it could a year ago.
Date:
Wednesday 21st September 2022
Officers thanked for support after Queen laid to rest

Officers thanked for support after Queen laid to rest

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Nottinghamshire Police officers who supported the policing operation for the Queen's funeral and lying-in-state have been thanked for their support.
Date:
Tuesday 20th September 2022
Nottinghamshire mourns the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Nottinghamshire mourns the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

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Nottinghamshire Police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Nottinghamshire is saddened to hear of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, which has been announced by Buckingham Palace today
Date:
Thursday 8th September 2022
Commissioner visits St Ann's to launch Walkabout Wednesday events

Commissioner visits St Ann's to launch Walkabout Wednesday events

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Walkabout Wednesdays are set to be held in communities across Nottinghamshire, allowing residents to have an input into how policing and crime prevention can be improved in their neighbourhoods.
Date:
Wednesday 7th September 2022
Survivors of sexual assault helped shape new support centre

Survivors of sexual assault helped shape new support centre

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A new state-of-the-art sexual assault referral centre which was created by working closely with people with lived experience was officially opened today.
Date:
Wednesday 31st August 2022
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