Suffolk Police & Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore explains his priorities for the next three years.
Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore has some good news to report.
Suffolk's Police and Crime Commissioner is seeking feedback on his plans to increase bills.
Tim Passmore, Suffolk's Police and Crime Commissioner reflects on the past 12 months and looks ahead to 2022.
Suffolk's Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore has been exchanging views with the Prime Minister.
Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore explains how he's held to account.
Suffolk PCC Tim Passmore visits the new Mildenhall Hub and admires its low carbon footprint.
Suffolk PCC Tim Passmore lays out his priorities following re-election
Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore explains how your money will be used.
Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore reflects on a difficult 12 months for the county
Suffolk Police & Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore explains how extra resources are helping the force.
At the end of January the Police and Crime Panel voted unanimously to support my proposal to increase the policing part of the Council Tax by just under two per cent.
I hope it’s not too late to wish you all a very happy new year and let’s hope 2017 turns out to be a successful year for everyone.
We’re now drawing to the end of our series of public meetings for 2016. I introduced these annual meetings not long after I was first elected as Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner and for me they’re really important because I can hear at first hand exactly what people think about policing in their area.
This September has been a bit of a scorcher with temperature records being broken in many areas - in fact this month has been much more like the height of summer than the start of autumn.
Even if you’re not particularly interested in the Olympics I hope you’ll agree that some of the individual and team performances have been quite outstanding.
I am delighted to resume my Bury Free Press column following my re-election as Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner in May.
January is the time of year when final budget proposals are prepared for the next financial year and decisions are made on the level of council tax to set for policing in Suffolk.
I often say how fortunate we are to live in such a great county. Suffolk has one of the lowest levels of recorded crime in the whole of the United Kingdom and I believe there are two main reasons for this fortunate state of affairs.