22.04.22 – Police and Crime Plan, Fire at St. John the Evangelist Church, Grab a jab, local football
Written by Hitmix Local News on 22 April 2022
Staffordshire Commissioner Ben Adams will present an update on his Police & Crime Plan to the Staffordshire Police, Fire & Crime Panel on Monday (25 April), with the public able to watch live online from 10am.
During the meeting, the panel will hear about the progress made so far to deliver on the priorities outlined in Mr Adams’ three-year plan, which sees the Commissioner’s Office working alongside Staffordshire Police, health, councils, the wider criminal justice system and community groups to keep Staffordshire safe.
Staffordshire’s Commissioner for Police, Fire & Rescue and Crime, Ben Adams said: ‘In December, I published my local Police & Crime and Fire & Rescue plans, which set out priorities and expectations of the services on behalf of Staffordshire residents.
‘In December, Staffordshire Police also welcomed a new Chief Constable, Chris Noble, and the panel will hear about his commitment to delivering a high quality, local and responsive service for local people.
‘The panel meeting is an opportunity for the public to hear about some of the work already underway, and the progress being made in reducing the number of victims of crime and anti-social behaviour, supporting vulnerable people, and improving safety on our roads.’
Read the full Policing & Crime Plan here: Police and Crime Plan 2021-24 – Staffordshire Commissioner (staffordshire-pfcc.gov.uk)
The Staffordshire Police, Fire & Crime Panel represents the public in holding the Commissioner to account, and is made up of local authority representatives together with independent members.
Find out more about the panel meeting, and watch the broadcast live in full here: https://moderngov.staffordshire.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=1150&MId=13290
A fire investigation is underway after a serious fire at a church in Stoke-on-Trent.
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to St John the Evangelist on the A34 Newcastle Road, Trent Vale, at 2.35 on Wednesday morning
An investigation into the cause of the fire is on-going with assistance from Staffordshire Police.
Walk-in clinics offering first, second and booster doses of the coronavirus vaccine are still operating across the county, with a number of clinics catering to school aged children.
You can search details of the nearest walk-in clinics on the NHS ‘Grab a Jab’ website.
And for over 12’s, Mo, the mobile vaccination bus will be next to the Knife Angel by the Smithfield in Hanley on Saturday from 11.30 to 4.30.
As we approach the end of the football season, here is what our local teams are up to this weekend … Stoke City will be playing host to Queens Park Rangers at the Bet365 Stadium, Port Vale will be travelling to Walsall and Crewe Alexandra will be taking on Ipswich Town at home at the Mornflake Stadium
In the Northern Premier League Division One West, Newcastle Town will be travelling to take on Trafford and Kidsgrove Athletic will be hosting Glossop North End
To hear a roundup of all those matches tune into The Weekend Breakfast Show with Andy Jones between 07 and 11 on Sunday morning, where George Andrews will be giving a sporting update.