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.
Over £160k given to new projects tackling reoffending in Lancashire
Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has awarded over £160k to projects which will play a vital role across the county in working to reduce reoffending.
Commissioner visits West Division Headquarters site to see Social Value Policy in action
Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw has visited Blackpool today, 21 September 2017, to see how his Social Value Policy is benefitting the local area.
Commissioner announces his preferred candidate to be Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner
Clive Grunshaw, Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, has confirmed that following an open selection process, Chris Webb has been chosen to take up the role of Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner.
Commissioner attends launch of cyber crime awareness scheme
On 7 September 2017 the Commissioner attended the first training session for Lancashire Constabulary’s volunteer cyber crime awareness scheme.
Commissioner’s Social Value Policy sees police invest more in local economy
The amount of money spent by Lancashire Constabulary in the county has increased by over 10% in the last year to almost £36m, since the Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner’s Social Value Policy was brought in 12 months ago, benefitting the local economy.
Community grant sees exercise sessions help women take strides forward
Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, saw first-hand how a project in Blackburn is engaging women who may be isolated or vulnerable, to take part in group sessions that bring the community together, after receiving a grant from the Commissioner’s action fund.
Commissioner hears how grant is helping young people engage in their community
Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner heard how young people have been learning about the importance of engaging in their community and tackling issues in their neighbourhood, after a volunteer organisation received funding from his Community Action Fund.
Commissioner visits facility helping Lancashire officers recover
Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, visited a facility managed by a charitable fund which is supporting officers from the county with their physical and mental health – recognising the dangers that the police face whilst keeping Lancashire safe.
Commissioner meets Home Office Minister to discuss pressures on Lancashire Police
Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw today (Tuesday, July 31st) met with Nick Hurd MP, Minister of State for Policing and the Fire Service to discuss pressures on the service and to urge him to reconsider special grant funding to cover the costs of policing the ongoing fracking protests.
With less money available for policing Commissioner urges residents to have their say on the service
Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw is asking residents for their views on policing as pressures on the service grow and resources continue to reduce.
More partnership working is needed to tackle rural crime issues
The National Rural Crime Survey released today shows growing demand on police from issues that need responses from across different authorities according to Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner.
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