1. Watch Out For Fake Texts About Your Ee Bill

    Posted in fraud on 20 June 2018

    Don’t be tricked into giving a fraudster access to your personal or financial details. Never automatically click on a link or attachment in an unexpected email or text.

  2. New Fund Launched To Support Victims Of Crime

    Posted in Witness Support on 09 August 2018

    A new fund for projects which support victims of crime has been launched by Cheshire’s police and crime commissioner. Through the Supporting Victims Fund, £160,000 is available for projects that specifically support victims under the age of 18, victims with mental health issues, victims at risk of exploitation or victims of hate crime. £40,000 is available for each priority area; this may be allocated to one project in full or shared between multiple projects which support that particular priority.

  3. Cheshire Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Hate Crime Survey

    Posted on 17 August 2018

    David Keane the Police & Crime Commissioner for Cheshire is asking victims of hate crime in Cheshire to speak out about what support they’ve received from the police.

  4. Cheshire West and Chester Consultation on Domestic Abuse Supportive Accommodation.

    Posted on 26 October 2018

    A survey for people who experience, or have been affected by, domestic violence and abuse is now open.

  5. Fraudsters Targeting Online Gamers

    Posted in fraud on 05 December 2018

    Don’t let fraud ruin your fun – Action Fraud warns against fraudsters targeting online gamers.