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Anthony Stansfeld celebrates 100 days as PCC

Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Anthony Stansfeld, today (1/03) celebrates his 100 days in office. The elections for the PCC took place on 15 November and the PCC took up office a week later.

The PCC has spent the last 100 days getting to know Thames Valley Police by visiting each of the local policing areas and departments as well as a number of partner organisations. He has also spent time speaking to victims of crime and attending community meetings to talk to the public.

Anthony Stansfeld said: "The first 100 days have been a hectic succession of meetings, with the police, councils, MPs and voluntary organisations as well as getting a chance to speak to the people of Thames Valley.  Thames Valley Police is a large force covering a vast area and with lots of partner organisations. I was keen when I started to make sure I visited as many policing areas, departments and people as possible. It has not been an easy task but I have travelled around most of the Thames Valley and I have now visited a lot of departments and some partner organisations."

"During this time I have also set the police budget which has been accepted by the Police and Crime Panel and have nearly completed my Police and Crime Plan which will be published by the end of March and sets out my police and crime objectives for the Thames Valley.

"I am looking forward to the next 100 days and getting the chance to meet more of the people of Thames Valley and listening to their concerns."