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Police Task Forces launch across Lancashire

A dedicated task force of police officers is being rolled out across Lancashire this month, tackling issues that matter most to people.

16th September 2019

Commissioner responds as National Audit Office report slams police funding

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw is backing a report by the National Audit Office which criticises how the Home Office oversees policing and highlights that Ministers do not know the impact that funding cuts have had on police forces.

11th September 2019

Give us our Bobbies back – Police and Crime Commissioner to deliver message at Westminster

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, is meeting Lancashire MPs in Westminster today, calling on their support for Lancashire to receive its fair share of police funding and to pressure Boris Johnson into giving back the 750 police officers that have been lost from the county since 2010.

9th September 2019

Project working with former criminals on probation after grant from Commissioner’s fund

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has heard first-hand how his reducing reoffending fund has supported a project aimed at working with offenders immediately after their release into approved accommodation, helping them move on with their lives and avoid returning to the criminal justice system.

5th September 2019

Funding to support Street Angels and Pastors in Lancashire

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, has once again made funding available to support the work of Street Pastors, Street Angels and similar organisations who are making Lancashire’s streets safer.

3rd September 2019

£62m invested into county by Lancashire police since social value commitment

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has reaffirmed his commitment to ‘Backing Lancashire’ as figures show £62m has been invested back into the county through procurement.

23rd August 2019

Police and Crime Commissioner calls on Boris Johnson to match ambition for 750 new officers

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, has today written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson to seek a meeting over the details of the proposed new police officers that the Prime Minister announced on the steps of Downing Street and called on him to match Lancashire’s ambition to recruit 750 officers lost since 2010.

22nd August 2019

Commissioner supports introduction of liveried modern slavery awareness car

Lancashire Constabulary has a new addition to its fleet, with the introduction of its first liveried Modern Slavery car.

21st August 2019

Over £170,000 invested across Lancashire to tackle reoffending as total approaches half a million

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has provided over £170,000 to help projects dedicated to making the county safer and tackle reoffending.

16th August 2019

Project helps former criminals stop offending after Commissioner’s investment

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw has heard how funding from his fund dedicated to tackling reoffending and helping make sure those leaving the prison system get out of a life of crime, has supported a project helping ex-offenders reintegrate into the community.

15th August 2019

Lancashire secures funding to tackle knife crime and serious violence

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has secured almost £3m in Government funding to help tackle and prevent knife crime and serious violence across the county.

12th August 2019

Cost of Policing football matches could exceed £1m in Lancashire this season

PCC calls on MPs to support change in rules to cost of policing football matches

9th August 2019
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