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Project evaluation headline findings

The final evaluation report of the SFC project has now been published.

Who is your PCC?

The Electoral Reform Society has published a report on last November's PCC elections which finds that 90% of people still don't know who their local PCC is.

How do you feel about PCCs?

In November 2011 CLINKS  conducted a survey of the VCSE about police reforms, and in particular about the introduction of PCCs.

PCC welcome packs

In February 2013, One East Midlands presented each of the elected PCCs in Derbyshire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire with a welcome pack.

Public Legal Education – February 2013

The U R Boss project, part of the Howard League for Penal Reform, has developed a one day training seminar to complement its guide to resettlement law. The training and the guide are designed to help improve the support available for young people on release from custody.

Developing a criminal justice network

CLINKS, the leading national SFC partner, has published Developing a criminal justice network, a new guide for organisations working in the Criminal Justice System, and those who support them.

How is your PCC engaging with young people?

As part of SFC, the National Council for Voluntary Youth Services (NCVYS) is building on the successful Youth Charter that many PCCs signed up to by looking to provide PCCs with good models of engaging with young people, and how to include the voices of those who are rarely heard.

Reminder – Meet your Police & Crime Commissioner

Just to remind you of the opportunity you have to meet with the recently appointed Police and Crime Commissioner for your county this February.

Other SFC relevant newsletters

The Police and Crime Commissioners e-bulletin, produced by the Home Office, aims to keep partners and the office of the PCC informed about issues of interest in the police reform landscape following the election of police and crime commissioners.

Criminal Justice Commissioning & Collaboration Training

NAVCA are running an interactive training day, exploring how collaboration could help you succeed in the criminal justice commissioning environment, in Birmingham on 18 February and Nottingham on 22 February.


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