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Month: October 2018

Commissioner responds after policing is ignored in Budget statement

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw says he’s angry and disappointed after the Chancellor ignored policing and gave no commitment to increase funding in yesterday’s Budget statement. No new money was announced for frontline policing with the only reference to the service being a £160m investment to maintain essential specialist counter terrorism provision. Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive […]

30 October, 2018

Commissioner responds to Home Affairs Committee report which warns of dire consequences without more police funding

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw is backing a report released by the Home Affairs Committee today urging the government to prioritise policing in the Autumn Budget, warning that without additional funding for policing, there will be dire consequences for public safety and criminal justice. The report comes just weeks after a National Audit Office report criticised Ministers for […]

25 October, 2018

Commissioner launches campaign to prevent people falling victim to cyber criminals

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, has today launched a new campaign ahead of Get Safe Online Week, to help people understand the risks posed by cyber criminals. With online crime one of the biggest challenges facing policing, ‘Be Cyber Wise’ highlights some of the main threats faced by individuals and organisations online using the strapline – Cyber scammers don’t […]

19 October, 2018
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