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

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

More funding to tackle reoffending in Lancashire

Deputy PCC visits mobile Well Café in Fylde

SPAR stores in Lancashire pledge their support to #noexcuseforabuse campaign

Commissioner in digital ‘visit’ to project bringing people together during Covid-19

Commissioner’s annual report recognises year’s achievements

Radio scheme helping tackle crime in Accrington

Accrington’s town centre is benefiting from a radio scheme linking shops together to help prevent crime, with support from Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner.

Live chat for crime victims now open 24 hours a day

Lancashire Victim Services’ live chat is now open 24 hours a day, seven days a week to support anyone affected by crime in the county. The chat function, which can be found at www.lancashirevictimservices.org, has proven popular since its launch in 2019 and the service has decided to extend the opening hours in response to the covid-19 pandemic.

Police and Crime Commissioner invites Lancashire residents to share their views

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw has today launched his ‘Let’s Talk Policing’ survey asking residents for their views on policing priorities and the work of Lancashire Police in the face of the current pandemic.

Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner secures over £700k of vital funding to combat theft and burglary

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw has today launched his ‘Let’s Talk Policing’ survey asking residents for their views on policing priorities and the work of Lancashire Police in the face of the current pandemic.

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