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Month: May 2015

PCC asks residents to support rural crime survey

Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw has asked residents and business owners in rural parts of Lancashire to take part in the largest ever survey into crime and anti-social behaviour in rural areas. The survey, launched by the National Rural Crime Network (NRCN), is calling for people to give their views on policing in their community, the impact crime […]

27 May, 2015

Pioneering”early action”Initiatives highlighted at conference

Early Action initiatives across Lancashire will be showcased at a special conference tomorrow (Friday, May 22). Initiatives aimed at helping people break free from crime and reducing vulnerability will be discussed at the Developing Early Action in Partnership conference hosted by the Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner and Lancashire Constabulary. The conference takes place at the Dunkenhalgh Hotel, in Clayton-le-Moors, […]

21 May, 2015

Police and crime commissioner extends chief constables contract

The Police and Crime Commissioner has extended the contract of Lancashire Police’s Chief Constable until March 2017. Clive Grunshaw said he was delighted to offer Steve Finnigan an extended term as the head of the Constabulary after he delivered reductions in crime and led the force to an ‘outstanding’ grading from Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary. It is the job […]

15 May, 2015

Commissioner awards funding to groups that help tackle crime reoffending and anti social behaviour

Community groups across Lancashire have been awarded almost £9,000 of funding from the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Community Action Fund. Clive Grunshaw has given the money to six organisations that work towards helping him achieve his police and crime priorities. The funding will help disadvantaged youngsters stay away from crime and anti-social behaviour. Mr Grunshaw said: “I’m delighted to be […]

5 May, 2015

Commissioner meets eight year old boy who dreams of being a police cadet

Clive Grunshaw meets Cormac O'Kane, eight THE Police and Crime Commissioner presented an eight-year-old boy who dreams of becoming a cadet with a special cap. Cormac O'Kane, from Blackpool, wrote to Clive Grunshaw asking him to lower the age young people can join the cadets because he really wanted to help his community. The youngster, who told the Commissioner he [...]

1 May, 2015
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