Tackling violent crime at its root, before it can get a grip

Chris Nelson's latest blog on the topic of violent crime

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Preventing crime before it starts is PCC fund’s new bench-mark

Gloucestershire’s award winning Commissioner’s Fund re-opens today! (7th November)

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Constabulary joins operation to help convict more sex offenders

Not all officers need degrees, 16 PCCs tell Home Secretary

Gloucestershire’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) is calling on the Home Secretary to scrap the need for all new officers to have a degree

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Welcome to your OPCC Gloucestershire

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A message from your PCC Chris Nelson

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A message from your PCC Chris Nelson

I love this job and our beautiful County and trust you will find me committed to making a real difference for you and your families, helping to make Gloucestershire the safest area in the whole country.

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The Commissioners Fund

The Commissioners Fund

The PCC allocates 1% of the overall policing budget to the Commissioner’s Fund, supporting local projects which make Gloucestershire safer.

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Office Transparency

Office Transparency

We are committed to being an open and transparent organisation click here to view accounts and spending.

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Police and Crime Plan

Our Six Priorities

The OPCC exists to make sure that policing is accessible and accountable to the people of Gloucestershire and that residents have an opportunity to shape policing priorities.

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Creating safer communities

Reducing crime and anti-social behaviour and increasing feelings of safety

Tackling violence against women and girls

Challenging unacceptable attitudes and behaviour

Strengthening your Constabulary

A trusted, visible and responsive policing family

Targeting the causes of crime

Prioritising those most at risk of harm

Supporting victims and reducing reoffending

A people centred justice system

Empowering local communities

Giving you a voice in policing

Latest news from your OPCC

Countdown to the next PCC election