Matthew Ellis - Police and Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire
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Charity concert raises the roof and thousands of pounds

Thousands of pounds were raised for Staffordshire Police Cadets this weekend as the British Police Symphony Orchestra (BPSO) raised the roof at a charity concert in Lichfield. The prestigious show featured a Legends and Heroes theme which saw the BPSO en

Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis in Tamworth

Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis met people from throughout Tamworth on Thursday 27 March. Mr Ellis held two seperate Let’s Talk surgeries with shoppers at the Ankerside Shopping Centre in Tamworth and Sainsbury’s near Ventura Park

About the OPCC

  • What is a PCC?

    The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) is not part of the police. It is a statutory Office and the individual elected is responsible for reducing crime and making the area they represent safer. The PCC decides how much council tax people will pay towards community safety services and policing and is personally accountable for all the public money spent.
  • Staffordshire's PCC

    The PCC for Staffordshire is Matthew Ellis. Matthew brings fresh ideas to ensuring joined up, great value criminal justice and policing services across Staffordshire. Matthew doesn’t run the police force on a daily basis, but commissions policing services from the Chief Constable who is directly employed by the PCC and answerable to him.
  • Saving money

    The expertise and new skills of the Office of the PCC brings will mean millions each year of public money will be saved through smarter and professional purchasing, commissioning and more effective use of technology. The early, and brand new, savings identified by the PCC will be partly used to meet national savings required but also used for front line officers meaning fewer will be lost than before the PCC came to Office.

Police and Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire Matthew Ellis

  • Fantastic news: More funding going towards community safety in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent
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  • Excellent work by @StaffsPCC to ensure custody is not used as a place of safety for those of mental ill health
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  • Car's Behind Bars is brilliant! It's about time something was done about these thoughtless people
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  • Fantastic to see @StaffsPCC has appointed a Mental Health Programme Manager to continue leading work on Mental Health and Policing
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  • Innovation is the way forward! @StaffsPCC are leading the way!!
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  • An innovative video by @StaffsPCC to get more people involved in the Safer, Fairer, United Communities draft strategy
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  • The Safer, Faier, United Communities draft strategy - well worth a look.
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