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Police and Crime Plan 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.

Six priorities form the basis of the Police and Crime Plan, which is our commitment to building safer communities. Working with partners and communities, we will make Gloucestershire a safer place to live, work and visit.

You can download the draft Police and Crime Plan below

Draft Police and Crime Plan 2021

Reducing Reoffending

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) works with local agencies to break the cycle of reoffending.

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Gloucestershire Criminal Justice Board

The purpose and vision of the Gloucestershire Criminal Justice Board is to reduce crime, harm and risk, by increasing the efficiency and credibility of the Criminal Justice System. By working in partnership, the board aims to improve services to the public with minimum costs, supported by the best available evidence.

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Safer Gloucestershire

Safer Gloucestershire is a body developed to enhance public safety in Gloucestershire. It calls on the expertise and leadership of senior managers from a range of agencies across the county. Their job is to anticipate potentially dangerous or harmful situations and plan solutions should they arise.

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The Commissioner’s Fund

Here in Gloucestershire, PCC Martin Surl allocates 1% of the overall policing budget to the Commissioner’s Fund, which supports county-based projects that deliver one or more of our priorities. Our aim is to work directly with communities to make Gloucestershire safer.

About the fund

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