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, policing across Lancashire continues.
I am in regular contact with the Chief Constable, who, alongside officers and staff from across the Constabulary, continues to work around the clock to keep people safe and this will continue to be our number one priority.
Rest assured Lancashire has tried and tested plans to make sure we can continue to maintain our critical policing functions, respond to serious crime and protect the most vulnerable during this coronavirus pandemic.
Lancashire Constabulary have put together some FAQs which can be found here.
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Our Lancashire and Lancashire Volunteer Partnership are working hard to support our communities during this crisis. Click on the logos to learn more about how, ways you can join in or if you are seeking support for yourself or someone you know.
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Support still available for victims in lancashire
Support for victims of crime still available during pandemic
During this difficult time, rest assured that support is still available for victims of crime and officers continue to work around the clock to keep people safe from harm.
If you are suffering from domestic abuse, please do take the step, get in touch and be sure that the officers and other support agencies are here to help.
I commissioned Lancashire Victim Services to support all victims of crime and they continue to offer this expert, dedicated support during this pandemic.
For further information about Lancashire Victim Services visit lancashirevictimservices.org, call 101 or in an emergency dial 999.