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Radio scheme helping tackle crime in Accrington

Accrington’s town centre is benefiting from a radio scheme linking shops together to help prevent crime, with support from Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner. The Town Link Radio Scheme creates community links between stores, police and give a better understanding of problems arising in the centre of the town. The Commissioner provided over £2,000 via Hyndburn Community Safety Partnership (CSP) […]

12 March, 2020

Frequently Asked Questions: fracking

Who is paying for policing? Facilitating the right to peaceful protest, keeping roads and highways open, protecting the public and preventing crimes occurring are all elements of the day to day job of Lancashire police. As residents of Lancashire we are all paying for everything the police do through national taxation, which comes back to the police through Home Office […]

20 March, 2017

Last chance to shape the way Lancashire is policed

Time is running out for Lancashire residents to have their say on how the county is policed by taking part in Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw’s survey. Feedback from the online poll will be used to shape the Commissioner’s new police and crime plan, which sets out how police and community safety partners work together to keep Lancashire safe. […]

30 August, 2016

Commissioner urges partners to get involved in developing new police and crime plan

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner is urging MPs, council leaders, public sector partners and those working to reduce offending to get involved in helping to shape the next police and crime plan. The new plan – which will shape policing and community safety activity over the next four years – is currently being developed and stakeholders are being invited to […]

29 June, 2016
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