How has policing had to change during lockdown? Chief Superintendent Tom Harding talks to John Campion


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Jun 10 2020 27 mins  


PCC John Campion talks to Chief Superintendent Tom Harding about the way policing has changed during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Chief Superintendent Harding explains how West Mercia Police has worked closely with communities to engage, explain and encourage adherence to the new legislation, how officers have continued to work with businesses and individuals to prevent crime, and how crimes have changed during the lockdown period. 

 Find out why the public's information has played a vital role in enabling the force to build intelligence on crime, and how this has been used to tackle crime in communities, as well as how the force will progress through the period of easing lockdown restrictions.