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Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, has called on government to provide more certainty around police funding as the costs of coronavirus continue to increase. Since the start of the coronavirus outbreak, Lancashire Constabulary has spent an extra £795k on responding to the crisis with the figure set to break the £1m mark by June. This unprecedented pressure on […]

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Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner says the challenge for policing has been made ever greater by the change in Government guidance and is urging people to use common sense and continue to protect themselves as much as possible. The Prime Minister’s announcement on Sunday night, which begun the relaxation of the lockdown measures, resulted in some confusion across the country […]

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Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw has praised the county’s Special Constables who have continued to give up their time during the coronavirus lockdown, to help make Lancashire a safer place, with many working extra hours and some volunteering the equivalent of a full time officer. Since the start of lockdown in March, almost 10,000 hours have been worked […]

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 Lancashire Police has recruited 66 new police officers as part of the Government’s long awaited uplift programme but the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner says residents deserve more and is demanding Lancashire’s ‘fair share’ of officers back. Last summer Government announced the first investment into policing for almost 10 years, pledging 20,000 new police officers on the beat to replace […]

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Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has held an extraordinary scrutiny meeting with the Chief Constable to discuss Lancashire Constabulary’s response to the Covid-19 crisis, alongside its impact on the policing of communities across the county. During the session, Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw and Chief Constable Andy Rhodes both praised the way the vast majority of Lancashire’s residents have […]

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April marks the third anniversary of Lancashire Victim Services' (LVS) multi-crime hubs. Support continues to be available during the pandemic and LVS are committed to ensuring that help can be accessed by anyone affected by crime in Lancashire. The service provides support for victims of all types of crime from its four hubs based in Accrington, Blackpool, Lancaster and Preston. [...] Read all

Lancashire Police are urging people to play their part in saving potentially thousands of lives in the county as new laws come in to force to help police reduce the spread of Coronavirus. And today Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner joined Chief Constable Andy Rhodes in reminding people it’s about saving potentially thousands of lives and the police, with the […]

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This is a challenging time for all of us but please be assured that local services are still working hard to support the most vulnerable. Lancashire Victim Services and Nest Lancashire continue to offer their services to anyone affected by crime here in Lancashire. Working practices have been updated to protect both you and the amazing staff who continue to […]

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There is no doubt we are living in unusual and unsettling times. Coronavirus is a public health emergency that is causing daily disruption and understandable anxiety to people across the world and it is vital that our Government fund whatever measures are necessary to protect life. Together, we are all working hard to stop disease spreading and despite the difficulties, […]

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