Commissioner praises police after drugs gang jailed for 66 years
Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw has paid tribute to the efforts of officers after a gang of drug dealers were jailed for a total of over 60 years.
Accrington hub opens its doors to victims of crime
Lancashire Victim Services launched their Accrington Hub at an event for partners and stakeholders today, 27 June 2017, to offer emotional support, information and practical help to victims and witnesses of crime.
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Front counter review reveals dramatic drop in public use
Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner and Lancashire Constabulary have today launched a consultation on police plans to reduce the number of front counters at police stations across the county as the number of people using the service continues to fall.
Lancashire Commissioner joins North West colleagues in calling on the Government to reverse police cuts
This week, myself and other North West colleagues called on the Government to reverse years of policing austerity in Wednesday’s Queen Speech
Lancashire Hubs Open Their Doors to Victims of Crime
Lancashire Victim Services are launching their Hubs at events for partners and stakeholders this month, to offer emotional support, information and practical help to victims and witnesses of crime.
Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner Supports Rossendale Borough Council’s CCTV Upgrade
Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw has supported Rossendale Council’s efforts to upgrade their CCTV system with £52,000 worth of match funding. Rossendale Borough Council requested the funding for the work which will see new cameras installed in Bacup, Haslingden, Stacksteads and Rawtenstall.
Preventing online fraud is key as World Elder Abuse Day focuses on financial exploitation
As we increasingly live our lives through the internet – shopping, banking and socialising online – crime, especially fraud is a growing concern. We know that when it comes to these offences the criminals will relentlessly target the most vulnerable in our society, especially older people.
Community groups across Lancashire receive over £80,000 to tackle crime and anti-social behavior
Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner awarded £80,000 to local groups and organisations as part of his Community Action Fund (CAF) initiative.
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