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Welcome to the personal blog of
Nottinghamshire's Police and Crime Commissioner
Paddy Tipping


This is where you will find my regular blogs as well as columns for local publications which reflect my recent activities.


 

Winter is on its way

Winter is on its way

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Monday 16th October 2017
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Winter will soon be on its way and across Nottinghamshire police are already preparing for the challenges this will bring.
Balancing the budget

Balancing the budget

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Monday 2nd October 2017
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In September, once again, police officers ran towards the smoke, the injured and unknown danger to help people in trouble.
Improving services for local people

Improving services for local people

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Wednesday 6th September 2017
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It's safe to say policing has endured its fair share of change over the years. Latterly, much of the change has been driven by restrictions in public funds and while these have been critical to protect the frontline, in many cases they've done the wonderful job of actually improving services for local people.
People want to see more police officers and PCSOs

People want to see more police officers and PCSOs

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Wednesday 9th August 2017
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Since the terrible attacks in Manchester and London, politics has been dominated by talk of dwindling policing budgets, the depletion of our emergency services staff and the acute lack of resources across our blue light services.
Tackling rural crime and safety issues

Tackling rural crime and safety issues

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Monday 31st July 2017
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Rural areas face different policing challenges to our towns and cities and the way police services are delivered have changed as a result of the increase in crimes such as human trafficking, modern slavery, cyber-crime and terrorism.
Our Blue Light Workers often go far beyond the call of duty

Our Blue Light Workers often go far beyond the call of duty

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Wednesday 19th July 2017
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Over the past few weeks, we've seen our emergency services workers at their very best - confronting danger, risking their own safety and utilising their skills under immense pressure to save others.
We're determined to keep people in Nottinghamshire safe

We're determined to keep people in Nottinghamshire safe

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Thursday 22nd June 2017
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We've all been distressed by the tragic recent terrorist attacks in Manchester and London. Put bluntly, many people went out for night and never came home.
Spiralling demand as a 24/7 response provider

Spiralling demand as a 24/7 response provider

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Thursday 11th May 2017
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There's much talk nationally about the spiralling demand for policing services as our population increases. You might ask yourself why this is so when real crime levels remain pretty stable, certainly in Nottinghamshire.
Every day, police officers put themselves at risk for our protection

Every day, police officers put themselves at risk for our protection

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Wednesday 12th April 2017
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The tragic events of Westminster have shown us the ultimate sacrifice some have made in the line of duty and remind us how fortunate we are to have their courage, fortitude and dedication in service.
Reducing Alcohol-related crime and ASB

Reducing Alcohol-related crime and ASB

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Friday 17th March 2017
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Every week, police officers, volunteers, Special Constables and staff work around the clock to keep our thriving nightlife scene safe and prosperous.
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