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New survey asks women how safe they feel after security improvements

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Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Caroline Henry has launched a new survey asking people for their views following a £550k project to improve the safety of women and girls in Worksop.
Date:
Friday 18th March 2022
New survey asks women how safe they feel after £550k safety project

New survey asks women how safe they feel after £550k safety project

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Ashfield District Councillor Helen-Ann Smith, Ashfield District Council and Nottinghamshire's Police and Crime Commissioner Caroline Henry have launched a new survey asking people for their views following a £550k project to improve the safety of women and girls in Sutton in Ashfield.
Date:
Friday 18th March 2022
New legislation banning 'cyber-flashing' welcomed in Nottinghamshire

New legislation banning 'cyber-flashing' welcomed in Nottinghamshire

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Police and Crime Commissioner Caroline Henry has welcomed new proposals criminalising 'cyber-flashing' as part of efforts to increase protection for women and girls.
Date:
Tuesday 15th March 2022
Community support services honoured for Making Notts Safe in Nottinghamshire Police Awards

Community support services honoured for Making Notts Safe in Nottinghamshire Police Awards

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Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Caroline Henry today praised the outstanding contribution of three community support services which have been honoured for their work saving lives and preventing crime.
Date:
Friday 11th March 2022
Bus and tram campaign drives home the message about protecting women and girls from violence

Bus and tram campaign drives home the message about protecting women and girls from violence

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Police and Crime Commissioner Caroline Henry has unwrapped a major campaign to be featured on buses and a tram in Nottingham as part of a huge effort to protect women and girls from sexual violence.
Date:
Thursday 10th March 2022
New funding scheme to help tackle serious violence in Nottinghamshire

New funding scheme to help tackle serious violence in Nottinghamshire

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Charitable and community groups that specialise in supporting young people at risk of crime are being urged to apply for a share of a £270k fund to Make Notts Safe.
Date:
Thursday 3rd March 2022
New sign-up boost for police messaging system in Mansfield

New sign-up boost for police messaging system in Mansfield

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Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Caroline Henry today welcomed new figures showing a steep increase in the number of Mansfield residents signing up to a police alert system.
Date:
Tuesday 1st March 2022
Businesses urged to sign up to bystander training to help prevent violence against women

Businesses urged to sign up to bystander training to help prevent violence against women

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Safety officers are urging Worksop businesses to take up free workshops for their male employees to help men take positive action against sexual harassment and abuse against women.
Date:
Thursday 17th February 2022
New CCTV camera operators wanted to help make Worksop safer

New CCTV camera operators wanted to help make Worksop safer

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Safety officers have launched a hunt for two new CCTV operators to help monitor a network of new cameras in Worksop as part of a multiagency project.
Date:
Tuesday 15th February 2022
Pubs and bars sign up to Commissioner's safety training scheme to protect women from violence

Pubs and bars sign up to Commissioner's safety training scheme to protect women from violence

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New training is underway to equip pub, bar and transport workers in the city with the skills needed to support and protect women needing help in their venues.
Date:
Friday 11th February 2022
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