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Commissioner holds Police Chief to account during monthly meeting


A local Chief Inspector has set out his top five priorities in tackling rural and wildlife crime in Nottinghamshire during a recent accountability board.

Chief Inspector Clive Collings has committed to ensuring victims of rural and wildlife crime ‘feel heard’.

Rural and wildlife crime is the fourth largest type of organised crime in the country, only behind drugs, people, and arms trafficking.

A large part of Police and Crime Commissioner Caroline Henry’s role is to hold Nottinghamshire Police to account and ensure an effective policing service is being delivered for the people of the county.

Each month, Commissioner Henry holds an Accountability Board meeting with the Chief Constable to discuss a range of topics relating to key performance indicators for Nottinghamshire Police, and uses this time to ensure time and resources are being used efficiently and effectively.

This month we invited the public to submit their questions and concerns on rural and wildlife crime, which were addressed by Chief Constable of Nottinghamshire Police Kate Meynell and Chief Inspector Collings – force lead for rural and wildlife crime.

To find out Chief Inspector Collings’ top five rural crime priorities, watch the video below…

You can also submit your questions for December’s accountability board on neighbourhood policing by visiting the link below.

Submit your question for the PCC's Accountability Board 

Posted on Friday 1st December 2023
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