Philip Seccombe

Police and Crime Commissioner for Warwickshire

Philip was elected as Warwickshire's Police and Crime Commissioner in May 2016.

Philip is a Chartered Surveyor who founded his own business since 1988. He has been a District Councillor for 14 years and served in the Territorial Army for 25 years, commanding his Regiment and reaching the rank of Colonel.

With all this experience Philp is well qualified to be Warwickshire's PCC and he working hard to ensure that policing in the county become more responsive to the needs of our local communities.


  1. Ensure our police are properly equipped, trained and motivated 


  2. Bring criminals to justice to protect our local communities 


  3. Increase police visibility across the county 


  4. Support the victims of crime by working closely with local agencies


  5. Free the police to fight crime, by cutting red tape and prioritising the front line


  6. Increase the number of police officers, PCSO’s and Specials across Warwickshire


Philip Seccombe welcomes Home Office announcement

Philip Seccombe, Conservative PCC candidate for Warwickshire has welcomed today’s announcement by the Home Office that Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) in England will be able to take responsibility for their local fire and rescue service.

Philip Seccombe welcomes fall in crime

Conservative Candidate for Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Philip Seccombe, has welcomed news that crime has fallen by more than a quarter since 2010, according to the independent Crime Survey for England and Wales.

Philip and Prime Minister talk Warwickshire policing at Downing Street

Discussions have taken place at Downing Street about tackling crime and improving policing throughout Warwickshire. It follows a meeting arranged by Philip Seccombe, Conservative candidate for Police and Crime Commissioner, and Prime Minister David Cameron at No 10.

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Matthew Ellis

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