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Commissioner responds to Home Affairs Committee report which warns of dire consequences without more police funding

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw is backing a report released by the Home Affairs Committee today urging the government to prioritise policing in the Autumn Budget, warning that without additional funding for policing, there will be dire consequences for public safety and criminal justice. The report comes just weeks after a National Audit Office report criticised Ministers for […]

25 October, 2018

Commissioner disappointed as Lancashire police face biggest shortfall in Home Office funding decision

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw has called again for the Government to review its decision making as new figures show that Lancashire police are the biggest losers in a Home Office funding process. The Home Office reserves a pot from the national policing budget to meet unexpected policing costs. Data published this week showed that Lancashire’s bid to […]

7 June, 2018

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

Commissioner joins national coalition calling for action on child sexual abuse

Clive Grunshaw, Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, has joined forces with other PCCs across the country urging the Government to keep its focus on tackling child sexual abuse. Following the resignation of Justice Lowell Goddard as Chair of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA), which PCCs warned risks derailing the work of the Inquiry, he called on the […]

8 August, 2016
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