Commissioner launches training sessions helping frontline staff spot signs of modern slavery
Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner spoke of the importance of tackling modern slavery and supporting victims as he opened the first of several training sessions taking place in Lancashire, aimed at helping frontline staff identify whether someone is a victim and how best they can help.
Commissioner sees impact of community grant at Blackpool Music School
Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has seen first-hand how a group of young people are benefiting from a community project, which received a grant from his Community Action Fund.
Commissioner Backs Lancashire Police Campaign to Tackle Knife Crime
The county’s Police and Crime Commissioner is backing Lancashire Constabulary’s work to tackle knife crime, at the start of a week of action.
Lancashire Police ranked in the Top 100 Stonewall Index
Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has praised Lancashire Police after they achieved 74th in the Stonewall World Equality Index (WEI) out of 434 companies from the public, private and third sector – gaining a place in the Top 100 Employers List after an increase of 43 places since the 2017 index.
Police and Crime Panel backs Commissioner’s plan for funding Lancashire police
Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, has criticised the Government for forcing the burden of funding policing onto local council tax payers, as the Police and Crime Panel approved his plan for funding Lancashire police.
Commissioner backs crackdown on drink and drug driving campaign
More than 120 people were caught drink driving as part of Lancashire Police’s Christmas drink drive campaign.
Commissioner seeks views as Government passes police funding onto local taxpayers
Following the Government’s announcement that there will be no extra money from the Home Office to tackle crime in Lancashire, the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw is asking residents how much they would be happy to invest in policing.
Commissioner calls on Government to come clean to council tax payers on police funding
Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has called on the Government to come clean to council tax payers about the increased funding for policing announced today in the House of Commons.
Commissioner leads training of White Ribbon Ambassadors
On Tuesday 28 November, Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw brought together over 40 White Ribbon Ambassadors to learn the latest ways to combat male violence against women and girls.
Rape victim who met her attacker tells how restorative justice helped her get her life back
A female rape victim who met her attacker through a restorative justice programme in Lancashire has told how the process helped her move on with her life.
Nest Lancashire continues support for young survivors six months on from the Manchester terrorist attack
Today (Wednesday 22 November) marks six months since the terrorist attack at the Manchester Arena and Nest, Lancashire’s victim support services for children and young people, continues to offer support to victims.
New rural crime vehicles rolled out across the county
Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has welcomed the delivery of a powerful fleet of off-road vehicles which are being rolled out across Lancashire to help police tackle rural crime.
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