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Commissioner comments on new £9m cybercrime fund

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw, who is also national APCC lead for Fraud and Cybercrime on this week’s announcement by the Home Secretary on a new £9m fund to fight cybercrime:

13th April 2018

Government should look again at police funding as violent crime strategy contains no new money

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, is calling on the government to reconsider police funding amid increasing demands on police, as the Home Secretary’s latest announcement contained no new money to tackle violent crime.

9th April 2018

Lancashire Police ‘short-changed’ by Government over fracking protests

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, has urged Police and Fire Minister Nick Hurd to reconsider a decision to reimburse Lancashire Police just a fraction of the costs of policing the ongoing fracking protests at Preston New Road.

28th March 2018

Stronger legal protection sought for police officers, staff and service animals

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has shown his support for two important changes in the law currently being considered by MPs in parliament. Writing to MPs and the Home Secretary the Commissioner has called for support in passing the proposed new Bills known as Finn’s Law and the Protect the Protectors Bill.

27th March 2018

Lancashire Constabulary’s effectiveness praised despite strain on the service

Lancashire’ Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, has welcomed the latest inspectors’ finding that Lancashire Constabulary is “good at effectively keeping people safe and reducing crime.” This is in the face of the police in the county receiving the second highest volume of calls for its population, after London.

22nd March 2018

Changes to police front counters

LANCASHIRE Constabulary is advising members of the public of changes to its front counter service.

16th March 2018

Photography project engages young people after community grant

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner saw how young people have been engaging in a project to help them understand the potential dangers found online and using social media safely, through innovative photography lessons, after a Skelmersdale group benefited from his Community Action Fund.

12th March 2018

Commissioner visits Lancashire Police apprentices to celebrate National Apprenticeship Week

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, has met with Lancashire Constabulary apprentices to recognise the work they do across the organisation, marking National Apprenticeship Week.

8th March 2018

Knives removed from streets as 106 handed in during surrender

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has welcomed news that over 100 knives have been handed in during a recent knife surrender.

1st March 2018

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.

15th February 2018

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.

14th February 2018

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.

12th February 2018
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