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Month: September 2020

£25,000 provided to Community Groups to support Commissioner’s priorities

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw has awarded over £25,000 to ten local groups and organisations through his Community Action Fund. CAF funding has been distributed to projects across Lancashire, helping groups tackle local concerns and deliver the Commissioner’s key priorities. The latest round has seen £25,039 allocated to various projects across the Lancashire which will be delivered in […]

21 September, 2020

Commissioner launches search for new Chief Constable to help ‘write new chapter’ for Lancashire

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw has today launched the search for a successor to Chief Constable Andy Rhodes. Mr Rhodes has led the force since June 2017 and will retire in Spring 2021 following over 30 years of policing service within the county. The Commissioner’s nationwide search for the next Chief Constable will ensure a replacement is in […]

17 September, 2020

More funding to tackle reoffending in Lancashire

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw has awarded over £80,000 of additional funding to four projects dedicated to reducing reoffending in the county and making communities safer. Charities, organisations and partners were again able to bid for projects that work with offenders and help integrate them back into the community and avoid a return into the criminal justice system. […]

10 September, 2020

Deputy PCC visits mobile Well Café in Fylde

Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner Chris Webb has visited the new pop-up Well Café in St Annes as the Commissioner’s Our Lancashire scheme continues to connect community groups with new volunteers and service users. The Well Church is a registered charity founded in Ansdell in 1904 and is extremely active in community support and involvement including toddler groups, youth groups, […]

8 September, 2020
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