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Month: October 2015

Commissioner’s Meetings and Events Week Commencing 26 October, 2015

When not attending meetings and events listed below, the commissioner is working in the office to deliver the priorities in his Police and Crime Plan. Monday Tuesday Wednesday OPCC Briefings/Updates for Police and Crime Commissioner at County Hall (private) Presentation to Lancaster University Students at Scotforth Hall, Lancaster (private) Futures Programmes Board in the Connolly Room, Police Headquarters (attended by a OPCC […]

29 October, 2015

Comment from Clive Grunshaw following cross-party delegation to Policing Minister Mike Penning

I am really grateful to all the MPs who took the time to meet with me and the Chief Constable last week and yesterday evening (Wednesday, October 21) to discuss the impending review of the funding formula for policing and its potential impact on Lancashire. Yesterday they took their concerns to the Policing Minister Mike Penning and have agreed to […]

22 October, 2015

Funding reviews, budget cuts and HMIC reports – just what is going on?

Over the past couple of weeks myself and the Chief Constable, Steve Finnigan have been in the news over our stance on the cuts we may face here in Lancashire as a result of changes to the way funding is awarded to the police. Here I want to update you and explain what you may have seen on TV or […]

20 October, 2015

Commissioner’s Meetings and Events Bulletin Commencing 19 October, 2015

Monday Collaborative meeting with Fire and Police services at Headquarters (private) Internal Project Board Checkpoint Meeting in DCC Rhodes’ Office, Hutton Headquarters (private, attended by an OPCC representative) All-Party Parliamentary Groups on Anti-Slavery in London (venue tbc) Wyre Community Safety Partnership in the Civic Centre, Cmt Rm 1 (public, attended by an OPCC representative) Tuesday Hyndburn BC Community Safety Partnership […]

16 October, 2015

Commissioner invites businesses to free crime conference

Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire, Clive Grunshaw, is inviting business owners across Lancashire to attend a business crime conference on 10 November 2015. The ‘Protect Your Business in Lancashire’ conference, which will take place in Leyland, has been organised with partners from the county’s Chambers of Commerce, Lancashire Partnership against Crime and the Federation of Small Businesses. The aim […]

15 October, 2015

Commissioner outraged as community policing put at risk by proposed cuts

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw is today hitting back following the news that Lancashire Constabulary is expected to be one of the police forces worst hit in the funding review carried out by Government. The proposed changes to the way forces are awarded grant funding from Government show Lancashire will be the biggest loser with an extra 13% cuts […]

13 October, 2015

Lancashire Police at risk with ‘catastrophic’ proposed cuts

Press conference 13 October 2015

Commissioner’s Meetings & Events Bulletin Commencing 12 October, 2015

When not attending meetings and events listed below, the Commissioner is working in the office to deliver the priorities in his Police and Crime Plan. Monday Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner/Futures Basic Command Unit Briefings at Preston Police Station (private) Police & Crime Panel at Hutton Headquarters (public) – for link to agenda click here: Agenda Hate Crime Event […]

9 October, 2015

Completion of Audit Notice, October 2015

Lancashire Combined Fire Authority The Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire The Chief Constable of Lancashire Constabulary Completion of Audit: Statement of Accounts Year Ended 31 March 2015 Accounts and Audit (England) Regulations 2011 The audit of the Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2015 in respect of the above has been concluded. The Statement of Accounts of the […]

6 October, 2015

Behind the Badge Open Weekend a great success

This year's Behind the Badge Open Weekend at Lancashire Constabulary proved a great success once again. The event gave visitors the chance to see ‘behind the badge’ and discover what really goes into making and keeping Lancashire a safe place to live and work. Over two days visitors got the chance to see police vehicles on display, see how crimes [...]

5 October, 2015
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