Avon and Somerset’s ‘Best on the Beat’ competition is back!

Local communities from Thornbury to Yeovil, Williton to Wells and all those in between are being asked once again by Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Sue Mountstevens and Acting Chief Constable John Long for their help in searching out the best in local policing. Neighbourhood policing comes in all shapes and sizes; police officers, police staff, special […]

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Police launch consultation on restructuring plan

Avon and Somerset Constabulary has launched a wide-ranging consultation on plans to re-shape the structure of the force and the way it works. Senior officers were briefed on emerging proposals for a renewed operating model by programme lead, Chief Superintendent Sarah Crew, at a meeting chaired by the Chief Constable last  Tuesday (8th October). A period of internal and external […]

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Commissioner consults on police component of council tax

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Avon and Somerset Sue Mountstevens wants residents to have their say on how much they are prepared to pay towards policing next year. The Commissioner has been carrying out consultation on the policing part of the council tax since May, to ensure the views of residents are considered when making her decision regarding next year’s […]

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Have your say about policing in South Glos

South Gloucestershire residents will have the chance to meet two of the top police chiefs in Avon and Somerset on Tuesday 3rd September at Kingswood Civic Centre. The Public Forum at Kingswood Civic Centre will give people living and working in South Gloucestershire the chance to meet Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens and Chief Constable Nick Gargan and ask […]

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