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The Staffordshire Commissioner became responsible for the governance of Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service, in addition to his existing role overseeing Staffordshire Police, from August 1, 2018

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Commissioner's Community Fund
More funding than ever before is going towards community safety in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent.
Staffordshire Police Cadets
Staffordshire youngsters between 10 and 17 years old are already benefitting from being Police Cadets.

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Commissioner’s Update

In the few years since being elected as Staffordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner I’ve seen a seismic change in the types of crime police deal with and an epidemic rise in online crime and fraud.

What is oddly called ‘traditional crime’ is reducing, mainly because criminality is evolving. Society is also changing, for better but also for worse. The big challenge is to make sure that law enforcement deals with the big, high harm, complex crimes but doesn’t forget the issues that cause upset in communities across Staffordshire.

In 2018 I must continue to find extra financial investment to improve technology and the way police do their work. Using traditional and hi-tech ways of working means the police here can deal with the complex and the harmful whilst improving their presence in communities and their visibility in doing the local work which is so important to everyone.

Matthew Ellis
Police and Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire
February 2018

 

Download the Commissioner’s Update 2018 to  get the latest updates from the Police and Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire, on transformation on technology, more visible policing, ways you can get involved and how more money than ever before is going back into making your community safer.


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Commissioner's Community Fund
More funding than ever before is going towards community safety in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent.
Staffordshire Police Cadets
Staffordshire youngsters between 10 and 17 years old are already benefitting from being Police Cadets.
Cars Behind Bars
If you drive without insurance on our roads you are breaking the law and could face your car being seized on-the-spot and could face a large fine.
Live Webcasts
Live webcasts are about being open, honest and transparent so that public confidence across policing and criminal justice is improved.
Ethics, Transparency, Audit Panel
The Ethics, Transparency and Audit Panel (ETAP) is made up of members of the public who test the accuracy of crime recording, examines response to incidents and analyses the way complaints are handled
Business Crime Matters
A new strategy by Staffordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis is making sure businesses get the best information to help them avoid becoming victims of crime.
Make a difference. Volunteer.
There are lots of different ways in which you can volunteer and make a difference in your community.
A new mobile game starring Staffordshire police dogs has launched to help children and young people stay safe online.