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Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Peter McCall has agreed the policing budget for 2019-2020

The budget has been set following public consultation, Chief Constable feedback and the unanimous support from the Police and Crime Panel.

Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Peter McCall has agreed the policing budget for 2019-2020
Commissioner Awards almost £40,000 to Community and Property Projects

Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner Peter McCall has awarded £40,000 supporting projects that help to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour

Commissioner Awards almost £40,000 to Community and Property Projects
Commissioner Supports Carlisle Mencap’s Independence Studio ‘Mate Crime’ Film Launch During Hate Crime Week

Peter McCall supporting the launch of ‘Tell Someone’, a film produced by Carlisle Mencap focusing on Mate Crime, funded by the OPCC

Commissioner Supports Carlisle Mencap’s Independence Studio ‘Mate Crime’ Film Launch During Hate Crime Week
Commissioner Welcomes Support from the Public and Police and Crime Panel

Unanimous support of the Police and Crime Panel on the proposal to increase the policing element of the council tax precept.

Commissioner Welcomes Support from the Public and Police and Crime Panel
Kendal Emergency Services Day

Some fantastic displays showcasing the capability of our emergency services personnel when called to help

Kendal Emergency Services Day
Commissioner supports the ‘Time to Change – Ask Twice’ initiative

Peter McCall is supporting the ‘Time to Change – Ask Twice’ initiative, by raising awareness for World Mental Health day and changing how we all think

Commissioner supports the ‘Time to Change – Ask Twice’ initiative
Commissioner's Walk-about in Millom

As part of his Autumn Surgeries PCC Peter McCall held a public surgery in Millom and met local officers in the town to discuss some local issues.

Commissioner's Walk-about in Millom
Commissioner and Chief Constable Launch Safer Driving Campaign

PCC Peter McCall and CC Michelle Skeer launched a year-long safer driving campaign on 6 December 2018

Commissioner and Chief Constable Launch Safer Driving Campaign
Commissioner Funds Signal Media's Project to Raise Awareness of Hate Crimes

The project harnesses the unique power of film and media to educate both victims and potential offenders about the underlying causes of hate crime

Commissioner Funds Signal Media's Project to Raise Awareness of Hate Crimes
Commissioner Launches Second Annual Report

Police and Crime Commissioner Peter McCall has launched his second Annual Report, covering the period 1 April 2017 - 31 March 2018

Commissioner Launches Second Annual Report
Commissioner's Commitment to Tackling Rural Crime

Commissioner joined NFU Northwest, South Lakes Police, Neighbourhood Watch and Crimestoppers at J36 Auction Mart Kendal

Commissioner's Commitment to Tackling Rural Crime
Commissioner Supports National Hate Crime Awareness Week

Peter McCall attended a performance of 'Feel the Hate' at Queen Katherine School, Kendal.

Commissioner Supports National Hate Crime Awareness Week
Commissioner Offers Volunteering Opportunities for Key Custody Role

Police and Crime Commissioner Peter McCall is seeking to recruit volunteer Independent Custody Visitors for Kendal, Barrow and Workington Panels

Commissioner Offers Volunteering Opportunities for Key Custody Role
Cumbria Remains a Safe County

A summary of the latest crime figures, as at 31 May 2018

Cumbria Remains a Safe County
Commissioner and Cumbria Constabulary Welcome Cumbria's First Mini Police

Commissioner and Cumbria Constabulary Welcome Cumbria's First Mini Police to Police HQ on 27 March 2018

Commissioner and Cumbria Constabulary Welcome Cumbria's First Mini Police
Bobby Buddies

The force recently launched an appeal for knitters to produce 'Bobby Buddies', which the police can hand out to distressed children.

Bobby Buddies
Commissioner Supports Anti-Bullying Week

PCC Peter McCall visited Sir John Barrow School in Ulverston to help raise awareness during anti-bullying week.

Commissioner Supports Anti-Bullying Week
County Lines – public can help prevent exploitation of the vulnerable

Working to improve the public’s awareness of ‘County Lines’ and what to do if they suspect a vulnerable child or adult is being exploited by gangs.

County Lines – public can help prevent exploitation of the vulnerable

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) closing date 28th February 2019 or the Community Fund (up to £10k) closing date 31st May 2019 

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