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Month: April 2015

New pathfinder rolled out securing neighbourhood policing in fylde

A new pathfinder scheme aimed at securing neighbourhood policing and improving local police response to crime is set to be rolled out in Fylde. The approach involves providing an additional two patrol vehicles, providing officers with new tough book laptops for mobile working and increasing the number of community beat managers (CBM) from 13 to 14. The current number of […]

30 April, 2015

Commissioner highlights success of organisations awarded thousands in funding

Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs), voluntary organisations and charities across Lancashire have used funding from Clive Grunshaw to help support victims and reduce re-offending. The Police and Crime Commissioner grants were made available to organisations for work to help deliver his policing and crime priorities.  The benefactors included charities that tackle domestic violence and hate crime, support rape and sexual assault […]

23 April, 2015

White Ribbon Campaign

Commissioner's office awarded white ribbon status LANCASHIRE'S Police and Crime Commissioner is celebrating after his work to tackle domestic abuse was recognised by a national campaign group. The White Ribbon organisation has handed Clive Grunshaw's office White Ribbon status, marking the office's commitment to supporting the campaign's pledge never to "commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women". And [...]

17 April, 2015

Commissioners office awarded white ribbon status

LANCASHIRE'S Police and Crime Commissioner is celebrating after his work to tackle domestic abuse was recognised by a national campaign group. The White Ribbon organisation has handed Clive Grunshaw's office White Ribbon status, marking the office's commitment to supporting the campaign's pledge never to "commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women".   And the Commissioner is hoping hundreds [...]

New victim service for Lancashire

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has taken over responsibility for providing services to support victims of crime and established a victims’ hub based in the centre of Preston. The move follows changes introduced by Government that mean Police and Crime Commissioners become responsible for providing services locally – giving much more say to local people on the kind of support […]

7 April, 2015
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