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Devon & Cornwall Police and Crime Commissioner Alison Hernandez said she did not want to increase the council tax precept but had to

Council tax payers in Devon and Cornwall are being asked for an increased payment for policing, which will help fund additional officers and strengthen the response to violent and sexual crime.

The latest crime figures for the year to September 2020 showed the Devon and Cornwall force area had the second lowest overall crime rate in England and Wales, but was the ninth lowest for violent crime.

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On Sunday, I took part in a service in the constituency at the Newton Abbot war memorial to mark the centenary of the First World War Armistice.

It is important that we honour and recognise those who have served our country and those who have sadly lost their lives in service to the country.

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