Police and Crime Commissioner calls for certainty over police funding as cost of coronavirus nears £1m
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.
Short film shared to warn young people of image sharing dangers
Captured, a short film produced by the Artz Centre in Skelmersdale, focusses on the dangers of sharing images online. Funded by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire and West Lancashire Community Safety Partnership, the film was produced to be shown in local schools and colleges to support teachers and other professionals to explore image sharing and possible consequences.
Special Constables working to keep Lancashire safe during Covid-19 pandemic
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.
Police Commissioner welcomes new police recruits but demands ‘fair share’ of officers back from Government
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.
Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner maintains scrutiny of the Chief Constable during the COVID 19 crisis
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.
Lancashire Victim Services continue to support victims of crime three years on
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.
Government reimburses Lancashire Police for policing fracking protests
Government ministers have listened to calls from Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, for costs associated with the policing of the Preston New Road fracking site to be reimbursed. The policing minister, Kit Malthouse MP, has today agreed to reimburse Lancashire Constabulary £1.28 million.
PCC statement on the Covid-19 virus pandemic
There is no doubt we are living in unusual and unsettling times.
Lancashire victims continue to be offered support through Covid-19 pandemic
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.
‘mini police’ welcomed at launch of community project
Lancashire’s Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner welcomed around 60 9-11 year olds to Police headquarters at the start of the ‘mini police’ scheme.
Commissioner joins officers on the beat in Blackpool
Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has joined officers in Blackpool to gain an insight into the work being done, around the clock, to tackle crime and keep people safe.
Community Groups to Benefit from Knife Crime Fund
Community organisations across Lancashire are to receive funding for projects that help to tackle knife crime.
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