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New Survey Asking the Public Their Views on Policing in Cumbria

Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner and Cumbria Constabulary have launched a consultation survey to seek the public’s views on policing in Cumbria

New Survey Asking the Public Their Views on Policing in Cumbria
Additional Police Officers Paid for by Council Tax are Making A Real Difference to Local Communities

Peter McCall's on-going commitment to neighbourhood policing, as supported by additional funding raised from council tax, is having a big impact.

Additional Police Officers Paid for by Council Tax are Making A Real Difference to Local Communities
Commissioner takes Cumbria’s voice to Westminster

Peter McCall, gives evidence to the Public Accounts Committee on serious and organised crime at Westminster.

Commissioner takes Cumbria’s voice to Westminster
Victims of Domestic Abuse in Rural Areas More at Risk of Serious Harm, Says National Report

The National Rural Crime Network published its first report in the study of domestic abuse in rural areas.

Victims of Domestic Abuse in Rural Areas More at Risk of Serious Harm, Says National Report
Peter McCall’s Meets With The Youth Commission

Peter McCall has met with his Youth Commissioners to hear first-hand about their policing issues.

Peter McCall’s Meets With The Youth Commission
Workshop Teaches School Pupils That all Actions Have Consequences

Workshops titled ‘Actions Have Consequences’ detail a variety of crimes ranging from knife crime to anti-social behaviour and the negative outcomes.

Workshop Teaches School Pupils That all Actions Have Consequences
Proceeds of Crime Return to the Community

Taking money from often the ill-gotten gains of criminals and re-investing it into the community can only be a good thing.

Proceeds of Crime Return to the Community
Peter McCall Supports Learning Disability Week and Peoples First – Takeover Day

In partnership with ‘Peoples First – Takeover’ day, Peter McCall will be shadowed for the day for Learning Disability Week

Peter McCall Supports Learning Disability Week and Peoples First – Takeover Day
Cumbria Remains as 2nd Safest County in the Country

Peter McCall has received an update from the Chief Constable about the increased levels of reported crimes at the Public Accountability Conference

Cumbria Remains as 2nd Safest County in the Country
Peter McCall Summer Driving Campaign Joins Police On Drink/Drug Driving Traffic Checks

As part of our Safer Driving campaign Peter McCall will be joining Police Officers from Cumbria Police out on patrol in the north of the county.

Peter McCall Summer Driving Campaign Joins Police On Drink/Drug Driving Traffic Checks
Outstanding Grade for Cumbria Constabulary in Crime Data Integrity Report

Cumbria Constabulary is one of only two forces, from the 34 inspected that have been judged as achieving an outstanding performance.

Outstanding Grade for Cumbria Constabulary in Crime Data Integrity Report
Keswick Pubwatch raises policing concerns with Police and Crime Commissioner

Peter McCall, Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner, attended the most recent Pubwatch meeting in Keswick to meet with local pub owners.

Keswick Pubwatch raises policing concerns with Police and Crime Commissioner
Police and Crime Commissioner Approves Phase 2 in Developing CCTV Cameras in Local Communities.

Having listened to feedback from local people and the Constabulary the Commissioner is providing some one off funding for Phase 2 of the CCTV system

Police and Crime Commissioner Approves Phase 2 in Developing CCTV Cameras in Local Communities.
Police and Crime Commissioner promotes safer driving for National Road Victims Month

Those who lost their lives or have been injured in a roads accident will be remembered throughout August for National Road Victims Month.

Police and Crime Commissioner promotes safer driving for National Road Victims Month

Welcome to Cumbria Police and Crime Commissioner’s Website

Welcome to my website, I hope you find it informative, helpful  and easy to use.

As part of my role as Police and Crime Commissioner, I have been elected to:
·   engage with the public of Cumbria;
·   to set the policing priorities; and
·   to hold the Chief Constable to account.

On my website you can read how I am fulfilling my role in these important areas.

Please do get in touch if you have any suggestions for improvements to my website, or if you think there is any other additional information you would like to see.’

Peter McCall

 

Property Fund and Community Fund Applications

Are you looking for funding to complete a community project or initiative? Will it help tackle crime or anti-social behaviour in your local area? You may be eligible for funding from the Property Fund (up to £2.5k) with closing dates of 31st August and 30th November or the Community Fund (up to £10k)  with a closing date of  30th November.

Autumn and Winter Public Surgery Dates

‘Ask The Commissioner’ public surgeries at Carlisle, Kirkby Lonsdale, Whitehaven, Appleby, Cockermouth, Sedbergh, Barrow and Aspatria. Click Cumbria PCC Events below for more information

Latest News & Events

Cumbria PCC Events

Sat 31
Sep 03

Weekly meeting with The Chief Constable

3rd September @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Sep 04

Surgery

4th September @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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