Annual Police & Crime Commissioner Report 2021-22
Friday, June 17th, 2022
The Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner has published the official Annual Report for 2021/22, setting out progress by the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner in delivering the Police & Criminal Justice Plan.
The Commissioner’s 4-year Police and Criminal Justice Plan (2021 – 2025) sets out overall strategic direction, and the Annual Report examines progress on the key priorities in year one:
- Strong local policing
- Fighting serious organised crime
- Fighting fraud & cybercrime
- Improving the criminal justice system
- Tackling illegal encampments
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