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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.


 

Policing may change in 2016, but meeting public demand is top priority

Policing may change in 2016, but meeting public demand is top priority

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Friday 1st January 2016
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With more funding reductions for policing on the way, Nottinghamshire Police will start the New Year tightening its belt by yet another notch while doing everything possible to meet the public's expectations.
Calverton Echo Column - December 2015

Calverton Echo Column - December 2015

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Tuesday 1st December 2015
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The countdown to Christmas has already begun and the next few weeks will see our busy towns and city packed with festive shoppers and partygoers.
Countryside no longer an easy target for crime, says Commissioner

Countryside no longer an easy target for crime, says Commissioner

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Tuesday 10th November 2015
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Every community across Nottinghamshire has a right to feel safe and protected. Reducing the fear of crime can be challenging, however, particularly within our rural areas.
Calverton Echo Column - November 2015

Calverton Echo Column - November 2015

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Monday 2nd November 2015
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The unusually warm temperatures of September have afforded us a little more time to relax in our gardens and enjoy balmy evenings outdoors ahead of the arrival of winter.
Devolution of the police service: a positive vision but let's not make it messy

Devolution of the police service: a positive vision but let's not make it messy

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Monday 5th October 2015
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While crime rates have fallen quite dramatically over the last decade, tackling crime nevertheless continues to be a challenging business.
Calverton Echo Column - September 2015

Calverton Echo Column - September 2015

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Tuesday 1st September 2015
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How can we achieve more for less? For five years now, this question has dominated the minds of our public service leaders who've faced grossly reduced budgets, dwindling resources and increasing service demands.
Calverton Echo Column - August 2015

Calverton Echo Column - August 2015

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Monday 3rd August 2015
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We all want to feel safe and secure in our homes and thankfully many of us will never experience what it is like to become a victim of crime. However, summer is a time when statistically we are more vulnerable to criminality – not because offending patterns typically increase but because we are much more relaxed about our approach to security and crime prevention.
Calverton Echo Column - July 2015

Calverton Echo Column - July 2015

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Wednesday 1st July 2015
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If only community safety was simply about solving crime and punishing offenders. In reality, we know that it's a lot more complex than that and one of the biggest challenges we face is reducing people's fear of crime.
Calverton Echo Column - May 2015

Calverton Echo Column - May 2015

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Friday 1st May 2015
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Living under the shadow of crime can be debilitating. Regardless of whether we have been a victim of crime or not, we might magnify the risks and this can force us to become prisoners in our own homes, especially if we are elderly or vulnerable in some way.
Calverton Echo Column - June 2015

Calverton Echo Column - June 2015

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Thursday 30th April 2015
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Now that the Prime Minister has finalised his new government, forces across England and Wales can now get back to the job of policing with a stronger understanding of what the future might hold.
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