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Tag: engagement

‘mini police’ welcomed at launch of community project

Lancashire’s Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner welcomed around 60 9-11 year olds to Police headquarters at the start of the ‘mini police’ scheme. It is aimed at driving engagement in primary schools, building trust and encouraging them to get involved in their community. The pupils are from Cobbs Brow, Little Digmoor and Ormskirk CofE. The first pilot is taking place […]

11 March, 2020

Commissioner urges residents to have their say on policing in Lancashire

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw is asking residents for their views on policing priorities as demands on the service continue to grow. The Commissioner has today launched an online survey and announced a series of summer events to ask residents’ views on crime and policing in their area. These will continue to inform his Police and Crime Plan […]

14 June, 2019

Commissioner backing safer communities following gang injunction orders

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, stepped out to reassure residents in Preston this morning as six men from the North West region were given banning orders for gang related violence and drug offences. The Commissioner’s aim was to demonstrate firm action has been taken against the gang members who are thought to have been responsible for gang-related activity […]

19 January, 2017

Commissioner welcomes another good report from inspectors

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, has welcomed comments from independent inspectors who have reported today that Lancashire Constabulary are good at the way it engages with the public and treats people fairly. HM Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) rated Lancashire Constabulary as ‘good’ in its latest report into police legitimacy as they found that “The constabulary treats those it serves […]

8 December, 2016
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