Police & Crime Commissioner Annual Report

15.11.15 | News

Tony Lloyd, Police and Crime Commissioner for Greater Manchester has released his Annual Report, which we are delighted to see includes our Male Criminal Justice project, the pre-cursor to our Male ISVA service.
Tony has been a great supporter of Survivors Manchester and leads a team that has done dome amazing work to tackle child sexual exploitation.
Speaking as he launched the report, Tony said:

This is an exciting time for Greater Manchester. Devolution brings with it the prospect of real and meaningful powers being transferred from the corridors of Whitehall to the streets of Greater Manchester – where it belongs.
But it’s not a cure-all for austerity. Devolution gives us more control, but not more money. That is why I will continue working with partner agencies to radically reform our public services, ensuring we work better together, do more with less, and put people and families at the heart of all we do.
My annual report shows you some of the fantastic projects that are making a real difference to the lives of people across Greater Manchester. It explains how I scrutinise Greater Manchester Police on behalf of local people, and sets forward a positive vision for Greater Manchester as a place where we all feel safe and know where to turn in times of crisis.
Our focus must be on keeping people safe from harm and the work we are doing delivers this. By working together we can rise to the challenges we face, and seize the opportunities before us.

To download the annual report, please click on the link GMPCC Annual Report

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