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Update from The Police & Crime Commissioner

Appeal Following Traffic Accident

A man suffered a badly broken leg in a road traffic collision on the A45 near Daventry on Saturday 19 July.

The 26-year-old man was driving a silver Vauxhall Corsa on the A45 towards Daventry, near the junction with Poets Way, between 6.30am and 7am, when it left the road and was in collision with a tree.

Police would like to speak to anyone who may have witnessed the collision or who may have any information regarding it.

Anyone with information or who witnessed this incident is asked to the Drivewatch Hotline on 0800 174615. opens in a new windowRead more

Officers Remember A Colleague

Officers from Northamptonshire cycle in memory of fallen colleagues -Officers from Northamptonshire Police took part in a 170 mile bike ride in aid of a charity which helps the families of officers from across the country who have lost their lives on duty. opens in a new windowRead more


Latest HM Inspector of Constabulary Report On Northants Police

Northamptonshire Police provides good value for money to the county’s residents and is at the forefront of finding innovative ways to make the best use of resources, a key report published by the HMIC has shown. opens in a new windowRead more

New Police and Fire Joint Operations Planning

Police and Fire operational planning teams have come together to form a combined team of specialist officers and staff, as part of the ongoing work to bring greater integration between Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service and Northamptonshire Police. opens in a new windowRead more


Police Youth Project Wins Top Award

Northamptonshire’s JAM team has received a prestigious award from the Howard League for Penal Reform. The accolade was presented by Her Royal Highness Princess Anne. opens in a new windowRead more

Volunteers Sought For New Police Control Room Monitoring Scheme

Northamptonshire Police is seeking volunteers to help monitor the service provided by the force’s control room. Volunteers will make unannounced visits to the control room at police headquarters, to monitor and listen to calls from the public and give feedback about how they felt they were dealt with. opens in a new windowRead more