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Police Crime & Victims Commissioners are elected to ensure the needs of the community are met, click here to find out more.
The Police Crime & Victims Plan sets out actions for Durham Constabulary to address for the needs of the community.
In October 2015, the PCVC for Durham was one of the first OPCCs to receive national recognition for its transparency.
See all the latest news & events from the Office of the Durham Police, Crime & Victims Commissioner.
The Police Crime & Victims Commissioner commission various services that support victims of crime.
There are lots of ways that you can get involved in the work of the office as well as helping your local community.
Below is the latest news articles from our office.
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Online support sessions will be available from next month for victims of hate crime to ‘drop-in’ virtually and seek advice from specialist officers.
People wishing to stand as a candidate to become PCC for Durham and Darlington in May's election can take part in a joint online briefing session
Further security measures have been secured in Horden, including alarm and security cameras for empty properties to be installed by the end of March
Results showed perception to dog theft being high, however out of 124,729 people who responded, 0.3% had their dog stolen.
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