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Staffordshire Police is the territorial police force responsible for policing Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent in the West Midlands of England. It is made up of eleven Local Policing Teams, whose boundaries are matched to the nine local authorities within Staffordshire.

Staffordshire Police van

The Staffordshire Police Cadet scheme aims to strengthen links between the police and young people and promote good citizenship. The programs Chief Officer is Chief Superintendent Elliot Sharrad William. The programs Deputy Chief Officer is also the DCO (Deputy Chief Officer) of the Special Constabulary; the cadets force also has many Special Constables, Regular Constables and PSV's (Police Service Volunteers) that assist in the running of the units.

The Volunteer Police Cadet Scheme was set up by PCC Matthew Ellis in 2014 after he watched a television program on the BBC's CBBC.

It has a ranking system similar to that of the Special Constabulary. This

The following officers of Staffordshire Police are listed by the Trust as having died attempting to prevent, stop or solve a crime, since the turn of the 20th century:[9]

The Staffordshire Police Cadet scheme aims to strengthen links between the police and young people and promote good citizenship. The programs Chief Officer is Chief Superintendent Elliot Sharrad William. The programs Deputy Chief Officer is also the DCO (Deputy Chief Officer) of the Special Constabulary; the cadets force also has many Special Constables, Regular Constables and PSV's (Police Service Volunteers) that assist in the running of the units.

The Volunteer Police Cadet Scheme was set up by PCC Matthew Ellis in 2014 after he watched a television program on the BBC's CBBC.

It has a ranking system similar to that of the Special Constabulary. This ranking system contains a head cadet, deputy head cadet, section leaders, and then the rank of cadet. There is also a ranking system for the volunteer leaders. This contains a unit commander, deputy unit commander, leaders, young leaders. The rank insignia is the same as the Special Constabulary in the sense of using bars to represent the rank (for example the rank of Section Leader is equal to the rank of Sergeant and has the same Insignia as one bar on each shoulder).{[10]}

Police and crime commissioner

In November 2012, the first Staffordshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Matthew Ellis, was elected. The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner and the individual elected is responsible for reducing crime and making the area they represent safer. The PCC de

The Volunteer Police Cadet Scheme was set up by PCC Matthew Ellis in 2014 after he watched a television program on the BBC's CBBC.

It has a ranking system similar to that of the Special Constabulary. This ranking system contains a head cadet, deputy head cadet, section leaders, and then the rank of cadet. There is also a ranking system for the volunteer leaders. This contains a unit commander, deputy unit commander, leaders, young leaders. The rank insignia is the same as the Special Constabulary in the sense of using bars to represent the rank (for example the rank of Section Leader is equal to the rank of Sergeant and has the same Insignia as one bar on each shoulder).{[10]}

In November 2012, the first Staffordshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Matthew Ellis, was elected. The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner and the individual elected is responsible for reducing crime and making the area they represent safer. The PCC decides how much council tax people will pay towards community safety services and policing and is personally accountable for all the public money spent.

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