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Free Online Fraud Conference Confirms Speakers

The Dark Web, identity theft and phishing will be highlighted at forthcoming Online Fraud Conference for Staffordshire Businesses, and organisers have confirmed the line-up of speakers which include a reformed hacker who began his career at the age of ten. The free conference will be staged by the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire, on the 29th November ...

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Community Funding Available for Local Groups

Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis is inviting groups in Stafford and Stone to bid for money to make their communities safer, as the latest round of People Power funding in now open. The PCC is providing £300,000 in 2017/18 through the fund in the form of grants of between £100 and £3,000 as part of his commitment to local ...

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People Power funding for Stone groups

Local groups in Stone with bright ideas for community safety solutions will be able to apply for money from the Police and Crime Commissioner’s People Power Fund in less than a fortnight. As part of his commitment to local communities, Staffordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Matthew Ellis, is again providing £500,000 in 2016/17 through the fund in the form of ...

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Meet the Police and Crime Commissioner candidates

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Staffordshire goes to the polls on 5th May to elect a Police and Crime Commissioner. Incumbent Matthew Ellis has been the county’s PCC since 2012 and is seeking re-election. Four other candidates want to take on the job. In the PCC election on Thursday 5th May you can vote for a first and second preference of who you want to win. Before ...

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Smart Alert app set to turn the tables on crime

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Residents and businesses in Stone can now get free crime alerts and community safety advice through the new Staffordshire Smart Alert app. The app and website is thought to be the first of its type in the UK. The app and website, aimed at everyone over 12, has been launched by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire Matthew Ellis, and allows local ...

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Commissioner wants to hear from Stone community groups

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Staffordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis says 2016 could be a defining year for policing, and is keen to update community groups in Stone as part of his ongoing engagement activities. The Commissioner wants to visit local groups across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent to speak about the progress made so far and plans for the future to make sure the ...

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Cadets in the spotlight at Alzheimer’s drop-in

Matthew Ellis, Staffordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, spoke at the Alzheimer’s drop-in group in Stone last week to update members on the work the Staffordshire Police Cadets carry out in their community. Mr Ellis spoke about the Cadet scheme which he introduced in April 2013 to strengthen links between the police and young people, and promote good citizenship. Successful units have been launched ...

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CAB to provide victim support in Staffordshire

Victims of crime, witnesses and their families in Stone can now access free advice and support from the CAB as the Police and Crime Commissioner introduces a new ‘victim gateway’ into the county. Matthew Ellis has introduced a new approach to supporting victims that puts them at the heart of the criminal justice system across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent. Staffordshire North and ...

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Empty police and council buildings to be reviewed

Empty county council and police buildings in Stone will be reviewed as part of a county-wide plan to bring them back into use. Buildings in Stone that will be looked at include Stone Youth Centre, the old police station in Radford Street and the old fire station building at the end of Newcastle Street, near Crown Wharf. The county council says ...

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