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    police NottinghamshirePolice Notts SpecialConstable AlanMarwood Nottinghamshire
    • nottspolice A Special Constable with more than 40 years service for Nottinghamshire Police has been honoured with a Chief Constable’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Ambulance paramedic Alan Marwood became a volunteer officer in August 1970. Two years later he won the Queen’s Gallantry Medal for bravery for helping arrest armed robbers who fired shots at him and a colleague. In a career stretching over four decades Alan has been personally responsible for saving the lives of six people including a two-year-old boy. And despite his stressful day job, he has patrolled on average 50 hours a month as a Special. He was nominated for the award by Sgt Phil Anelay, who said: “Alan’s professional skills and motivation have inspired both junior and senior officers alike. He has tutored other Special Constables and has imparted his invaluable experience to other young officers in service. “Alan’s determination and commitment are displayed in an arrest record comparable to that of a regular officer and the impeccable standard of his written work. “He is an outstanding Special Constable with the skills, attributes and positive attitude reflected in his invaluable service to Nottinghamshire Police. He has inspired many other officers to remain in the service and take advantage of all that the organisation has to offer.” Chief Constable Julia Hodson said: “Alan’s dedication and service to policing is nothing short of astonishing. Our job would be made a lot harder without the unswerving commitment from Special Officers. Alan Marwood is a terrific example of that and he should act as an inspiration to both Specials and regular officers alike.”
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    • nottspolice A project to ‘design out’ crime was officially launched in a Nottinghamshire village on Friday (March 11). East Stoke is believed to be the first community in the country to have had security in all its homes upgraded and CCTV installed to cover the entire village. The project began two years ago and has now resulted in the community being awared Secured By Design status by the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO). Secured by Design is a police initiative to encourage the building industry to adopt crime prevention measures in the design of developments to assist in reducing the opportunity for crime and the fear of crime, creating a safer and more secure environment. The project involved ensuring that doors and windows has effective locks, and that garden and shed security measures are also taken. Installation of security lighting and intruder alarms has also been included. The village’s CCTV and street lighting coverage have also been extended. Nottinghamshire Police has teamed up with the county council and the village’s Neighbourhood Watch group, led by resident Sid Davies, to develop the initiative, which also received National Lottery Funding. Assistant Chief Constable Ian Ackerley, who came up with the proposal for achieving SBD status, said: "We all like to feel our communities are becoming increasingly safer, and across Nottinghamshire crime is reducing at a faster rate than anywhere else in England and Wales. "Those reductions have been achieved by employing a plethora of different approaches which are appropriate to each of our communities. "What is happening in East Stoke is truly innovative, resulting from police and partner organisations listening to the community here and responding with a solution that has been talked about in Nottinghamshire for some time. "I’m delighted to say that this project is now complete, thanks in part to funding from Nottinghamshire County Council and the National Lottery, and that East Stoke is ready to become a trailblazer for improving community safety and, consequently, its residents’ quality of life. "I’d like to pay tribute to the dedication and commitment of the residents of East Stoke, and in particular Sid Davies, who has been the driving force to develop this initiative. Their input has been inspirational and every bit as important as the work of the partner agencies involved. "For that alone, they deserve the greater peace of mind that this project will hopefully bring them." Listen to this boo to find out from Neighbourhood Watch chair Sid Davies, ACC Ian Ackerley and Architectural Liaison Officer Kevin Brown, how the project has developed. For more information about policing in Nottinghamshire visit www.nottinghamshire.police.uk
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    New figures released by the NSPCC show that in Nottinghamshire last year the police received over 500 reports of child sex abuse. ...
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    CrimeStatistics CrimeFigures NottinghamshirePolice NottsPolice Notts Nottinghamshire August2010
    • nottspolice Nottinghamshire Police has recorded its lowest monthly crime figures since the current crime recording practices were introduced in April 2002. August saw a total of 6,871 crimes compared with 8,326 in August 2009, a fall of 17.5 per cent or 1,455 fewer victims of crime. The force recorded 13,612 crimes in April 2002, which means there was almost half the amount of crime in the county in August 2010. Nearly every category of crime fell with only drug offences showing an increase, demonstrating the force’s continued commitment to tackling drug crime in the county. And this isn’t an isolated achievement; the force has been showing significant improvements month-on-month. So far this year (Apr-Aug), crime in Nottinghamshire has fallen almost 15 per cent, meaning there have been 6,490 fewer victims of crime compared with the same period last year. Assistant Chief Constable Paul Scarrott, who presented the figures to the Police Authority’s Policing and Performance Committee on Wednesday 15 September, said: “We’re obviously very pleased that we are continuing to see crime fall in the county, but there is still a lot of work to do. “We have revised our crime reduction targets in order to ensure we close the gap between ourselves and our peers, radically improve our performance and make Nottinghamshire one of the safest places in the country. “The new targets are extremely challenging, but the fall in crime we have seen so far this year means that we are closing that gap. “We are improving at a good rate and all areas of offending, including burglary, robbery and violence, have seen reductions. “We’re not celebrating this as something significant, we’re simply saying if people look at what we have achieved it is clear a pattern is emerging which is seeing crime in Nottinghamshire fall steadily. “However, we cannot and will not let up in our efforts to reduce and detect more crime, put more offenders before the courts and provide the safe communities the people of this county deserve. “We know we need to deliver a step change in improvement and that these targets will be difficult to achieve, but our focus has to be to ensure that our communities are as safe as possible and suffer no more crime than other comparable communities.” To see the figures, click here http://bit.ly/cOdwZU Follow us on twitter at http://www.twitter.com/nottspolice
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