Lichfield cadets visit city’s new police facility

Lichfield Police Cadets have been given a guided tour of the city’s recently-opened police facility. The Lichfield unit of the Staffordshire Police Cadets performed a drill at the new premises in front of more than 100 people, including parents, police, Lichfield St Chad Rotary and Su

YOYO – Eccleshall receive People Power Funding.

YOYO received £3,000 for their outreach work with youngsters in the Eccleshall area.    

Local panels to examine Taser use

Local Safer Neighbourhood Panels, set up by Staffordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis to scrutinise and shape policing, have been trained to examine the police use of Taser in their communities. Panel members have received awareness inputs about how and why Taser is

Staffordshire pilot to create better outcomes for victims

A new pilot programme to tackle low-level offending that puts victims at the heart of decision-making is being launched in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent on Monday, 3 November. Staffordshire Police is one of three forces taking part in the new system for police sanctions known as Ou

PCC speaks at annual WI event

Police and Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire, Matthew Ellis, spoke to 700 Womens Institute (WI) members at the County Showground today. With participants from all over Staffordshire, Mr Ellis discussed his role as PCC and his future visions for policing, before answering questions.

PCC says ‘Let’s Talk’ in Stoke-On-Trent

Matthew Ellis, Staffordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, heard first-hand the concerns of local people in Stoke-on-Trent yesterday (Wed). He held a supermarket surgery at Tesco, off Potteries Way, in the afternoon before answering questions at a public meeting at the YMCA’s Sky L
PCC Matthew Ellis at Burton Town Hall

PCC Let’s Talk success in Burton

Matthew Ellis, Staffordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, spoke to around 200 people during a successful engagement day in Burton yesterday (Thurs). He held supermarket surgeries at Asda in the Octagon Centre and Tesco in St Peters Bridge before answering questions at a public mee

PCC talks to shoppers in Newcastle

Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis heard local people’s views first-hand at supermarket surgeries and a public meeting in Newcastle yesterday. Mr Ellis held the ‘Let’s Talk’ surgeries at Sainsbury’s in Liverpool Road from 12noon to 1pm and then Asda on Wolstanton Retail Park

PCC praises ‘amazing’ police open day

Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis praised Staffordshire Police’s Open Day which drew over 7,000 people to police headquarters. Yesterday’s event included vehicle displays, helicopter, police dog demonstrations and much more. Mr Ellis said: “Congratulations to Staffordshire P
PCC Matthew Ellis speaks at the public meeting in Lichfield

Let’s talk success with Lichfield people

Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis heard about the issues that matter to Lichfield people during a day in the city yesterday (Thurs). Mr Ellis spoke to shoppers at two ‘Let’s Talk’ supermarket surgeries in the city before hosting a public meeting for people from across Lichfi