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- PCC welcomed to the Police and Crime Panel to present his first ideas for the Police and Crime Plan11 Jun
- PCC meets Special Constables and volunteers in support of National Volunteers Week10 Jun
- PCC pledges to renew efforts to tackle serious youth violence in Bedfordshire09 Jun
- Home Office backs Bedfordshire bid for Safer Streets Funding08 Jun
- The Code of Practice for Victims (Victims’ Code) Individual rights information08 Jun
- New funding to fight domestic violence will ‘save lives’ says new Beds Police Commissioner01 Jun
We work in partnership with organisations locally and nationally to both deliver our commissioning duties and enhance partnerships working across Victim Care, Criminal Justice and reducing Re-offending with service users always at the heart of design.
Voice Of The Public
Through community engagement we ensure the voice of the public is appropriately considered in both design and delivery of the police service across our county, promoting and enabling positive interactions that work towards gaining trust and confidence.
We ensure compliance with our transparency duties and support the PCC in delivering their statutory duties in line with the Code of Ethics, as well as the delivery of their Police and Crime Plan
Ensuring Policing Standards
We hold Bedfordshire Police to account in delivering an efficient and effective policing service, whilst ensuring policing standards are met.
The PCC, Festus Akinbusoye attended the Police and Crime Panel (PCP) meeting this week. The purpose
Police and Crime Commissioner, Festus Akinbusoye, spent some time with Bedfordshire Police community volunteers to show
Bedfordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has vowed to do more to tackle serious youth violence after the