The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) became part of the West Yorkshire Combined Authority on 10th May 2021. All Police and Crime Commissioner functions are now the responsibility of the Mayor of West Yorkshire.
To visit the policing and crime section of the Mayoral Combined Authority’s website visit https://www.westyorks-ca.gov.uk/policing-and-crime
You can also contact the Mayor’s team regarding policing and crime via email at [email protected] or telephone 0113 348 1740.
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Final message from the Police and Crime Commissioner for West Yorkshire
West Yorkshire’s PCC responds to HMICFRS inspection of policing and how they responded to the pandemic
Safety For Women and Girls Focus of Online Event
PCC Pays Respects to HRH Prince Philip in Remembrance Event
Duke of Edinburgh - PCC Tribute
West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Statement: Batley Grammar School
PCC placing victims at the heart of policing
West Yorkshire PCC statement - “One year on, a time to reflect and look forward”
£3.77m given to 827 projects as the final Safer Communities Fund grants distributed under the PCC
West Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner and Office retains Transparency Quality Mark
Top sporting names back project to tackle serious violent crime across West Yorkshire
PCC statement on Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill introduced to Parliament today
West Yorkshire PCC Statement after Home Office announcement of £130.5m to tackle serious violence, murder and knife crime
Statement by West Yorkshire’s PCC Mark Burns-Williamson OBE on the Domestic Abuse Bill – Support for victims and survivors
Two New Police Stations To be Built In Kirklees
New Child Criminal Exploitation (CCE) Awareness Campaign Launches
PCC Statement on HMICFRS Report around the Disproportionate Use of Police Powers
Response to Victims’ Commissioner’s proposals to Government on the Victim’s Law
Statement from West Yorkshire’s PCC on the Government updates on Covid-19 restrictions
Kirklees Youth Confronting Violence Through 'Harmony'
Virtual conference held focusing on the criminal exploitation of children
£3.3m earmarked to tackle serious violence in West Yorkshire
PCC Continues Support For #LookCloser Campaign
PCC Budget Plans for Protecting the Frontline
Operation Jemlock Continues to Make a Difference in West Yorkshire
West Yorkshire PCC statement on latest crime statistics release from Office of National Statistics (ONS)
Work to keep communities safe and feeling safe is outlined in the latest Police and Crime Plan from West Yorkshire’s PCC
Seniors help West Yorkshire’s PCC in Advisory Group
Bradford shines in PCC’s multimedia competition
Faith organisations invited to join PCC and West Yorkshire Police consultation event