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Gloucestershire OPCC update 26 July 2021

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Good Afternoon,
Please find below the latest roundup of news from Gloucestershire’s Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.

Chris Nelson’s latest blog

Discussing anti-social behaviour awareness week, PCC Chris Nelson talks about his definition of ASB in Gloucestershire in his latest blog.

https://www.gloucestershire-pcc.gov.uk/uk-focus-on-asb-is-not-before-time/

Gloucestershire’s Mounted Section subject to review

Gloucestershire Constabulary’s horses – known as the mounted section, have been the subject of much debate. PCC Chris Nelson has commissioned an independent report into the costs and effectiveness of the unit and will make a decision on their future soon.

https://www.gloucestershire-pcc.gov.uk/mounted-section-subject-to-review/

Gloucestershire OPCC Annual Report
The 2020-21 Annual Report is now available to download, rounding up a busy year in the office with some big changes.

https://www.gloucestershire-pcc.gov.uk/2021-opcc-annual-report/

PCC’s Deputy steps up to tackle anti-social behaviour

Gloucestershire’s new Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner, Nick Evans has started in his new role. One of his first priorities is to collaborate with other agencies to form a public health approach to deal with anti-social behaviour.

https://www.gloucestershire-pcc.gov.uk/pccs-new-man-steps-up-to-tackle-anti-social-behaviour/

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