The Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly will head to London this month to argue that the force should receive an additional £15m to compensate it for the cost of policing a ‘summer surge’ of visitors.
Exeter's new police station will be in the top 10% sustainable buildings in the country.
In her recent blog, Alison talks about increasing police numbers and lobbying Westminster for a great amount of central funding.
Devon and Cornwall has become the first place in the country to formally appoint representatives from the voluntary sector to the body responsible for improving the criminal justice system.
Devon and Cornwall’s Police and Crime Commissioner Alison Hernandez has welcomed a Government review which, for the first time, puts wellbeing and mental health of staff and officers at the heart of policing.