Update from West Mercia Police & Crime Commissioner
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£13m dedicated to preventing CSE
Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion is welcoming new funding from the Government to help protect children in West Mercia from sexual exploitation.
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PCC's commitment to tackling CSE
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Frontline policing protected with £211m budget
A £211m budget for policing West Mercia has been confirmed for the coming year, to protect visible community policing and ensure work continues to tackle root causes of crime.

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PCC's pledge to help ex-military personnel
Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion has committed an additional £25,000 to help strengthen the pathways and services for veterans.

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Coming together to tackle officer assaults
Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion is working alongside staff at HMP Hewell to reduce assaults on emergency workers.

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Parking deal to free up police resources
A deal has been mutually agreed between Telford & Wrekin Council Leader Councillor Shaun Davies and the PCC John Campion which could enable responsibility for parking enforcement to switch to the local authority
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Victims to get the justice they deserve
PCC John Campion has welcomed an announcement of new sentence guidelines, from the Sentencing Council, which will see domestic abuse offences being treated more seriously.

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VIDEO: The Special Constabulary has dedicated nearly seven years collective service in the space of just nine months. Our communities have an important part to play, as active citizens, to help keep each other safe.
Special Constabulary
VIDEO: The Aspire Plus programme, which is funded by the PCC, aims to engage vulnerable young people at risk of offending behaviours, and anti-social behaviours in and out of school. During the February half term, the young people had the opportunity to learn mechanical skills and take part in some fun activity days.  
Community Ambassadors...

This month, the Ambassadors have been meeting with community groups, heading out on night time economy patrols, educating people about cycle safety, meeting with groups like Street Pastors and Street Angels, and addressing community concerns with the area Inspector.
VIDEO: Natalie was subjected to a terrifying assault when she tried to help someone. She used Restorative Justice, which is funded by the Police and Crime Commissioner, to face her offender and find a form of closure. She is now volunteering with the West Mercia Restorative Justice Team to help others who find themselves in a position like she did. Watch her story...
Would you like to see where the Commissioner will be this month? Check out his public engagements and community meetings on his website.
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