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New amendment ensures domestic abuse and sexual violence are treated as a top priority

New amendment ensures domestic abuse and sexual violence are treated as a top priority

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Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Caroline Henry today welcomed the Government's decision to include domestic violence and sexual offences as part of new legislation forcing public bodies to work together to tackle serious violence.
Date:
Thursday 2nd December 2021
Safety officers 'gate off' crime hotspot to help protect women and girls form violence

Safety officers 'gate off' crime hotspot to help protect women and girls form violence

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An alleyway in Sutton-in-Ashfield that has repeatedly suffered incidents of antisocial behaviour and crime has been closed off to the public to help increase the safety of women and girls.
Date:
Thursday 2nd December 2021
Nottinghamshire one of 10 areas nationally to secure a share of £18million to tackle violence

Nottinghamshire one of 10 areas nationally to secure a share of £18million to tackle violence

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Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Caroline Henry today welcomed news of a £1.4million funding boost to help step up efforts to divert young people from violence.
Date:
Wednesday 1st December 2021