Who is the new Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire?
Dr Alan Billings is the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner.
Where is South Yorkshire police based?
Force headquarters is at Carbrook House, in Tinsley, Sheffield, following a move from Snig Hill police station in early 2013.
How many officers are in South Yorkshire Police?
Home Office figures show that there were 2,897 police officers in South Yorkshire Police in December, up from 2,664 a year before. At an increase of 8.7 per cent, this was greater than the average rise of 3.5 per cent across England and Wales’s police forces.
What are the UK police ranks?
UK Police Ranks
- Constable (PC / DC)
- Sergeant (PS / DS)
- Inspector (Insp / DI)
- Chief Inspector (CI / DCI)
- Superintendent (Supt / DSU)
- Chief Superintendent (CS / DCS)
- Assistant Chief Constable (ACC)
- Deputy Chief Constable (DCC)
What police force is Yorkshire?
West Yorkshire Police is the territorial police force responsible for policing the metropolitan county of West Yorkshire, England. It is the fourth largest territorial police force in England and Wales by number of officers….
|West Yorkshire Police|
Who are police and crime commissioners accountable to?
|Chief Constable||Police and Crime Commissioner|
|Is responsible for the delivery of operational policing and overall performance of the police.||Decides what the council tax contribution towards policing (the precept) is.|
|Politically independent.||Elected into office.|
|Accountable to the PCC.||Accountable to the public.|
How do I contact the Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner?
Tel: 0114 296 4155 or 07468 472975 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Please note – there is no on-call media service for the Police and Crime Commissioner for evenings, weekends or Bank Holidays. Any enquiries will be picked up on the first working day.
Can I make a complaint against a South Yorkshire Police officer?
The Police and Crime Commissioner does not hold responsibility for complaints against police officers or staff who work for South Yorkshire Police. Complaints of this nature must be sent to:
What does the Office of the police and Crime Commissioner do?
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) helps me achieve the outcomes in the Police and Crime Plan and meet my statutory responsibilities. I am required by legislation to have two ‘statutory officers’ – a chief executive and a chief finance officer – who undertake duties on my behalf.
How do I make a complaint against the police and Crime Commissioner?
The appropriate authority for complaints made against the Police and Crime Commissioner is the Police and Crime Panel. The Panel has delegated authority for the initial receipt of complaints to the Chief Executive of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.