Year In Highlights
2022 - 2023
Operation Snap’s success continues with action taken against over half of the 600 submissions from members of the public helping to tackle dangerous driving.
Deputy PCC visits Westminster to lobby for quicker justice for victims of crime
The new Lancashire Police Museum, housed in a former prison wing at the historic Lancaster Castle, officially opens to the public.
Operation Propulsion launched to tackle motor-nuisance in Lancashire
24/7 response policing returned to Leyland
Welcomed £900K Safer Streets Funding
Waterfoot front counter reopens to the public
Return to traditional police headwear announced
Op Defender launched, to crack down on residential burglary, target prolific offenders and support those most vulnerable.
His Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services, Police effectiveness, efficiency and legitimacy (HMICFRS) report shows Lancashire Constabulary is one of the best in the country
Op Warrior launched to fight organised crime across Lancashire
Lancashire leaders united to tackle violence against women and girls (VAWG)
New police station announced for Chorley, alongside plans for £75million overhaul of Lancashire Police’s main base
ASB summits across Lancashire bringing together partners to strengthen the response to ASB in local communities.
Commissioner sets out budget proposals to prioritise frontline policing.
College of Policing commissioned to undertake independent review of Nicola Bulley missing from home investigation
Dedicated NHP team for Ribble Valley
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