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Month: February 2017

Crime Commissioner visits Rishton community garden following award

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, was joined by Hyndburn councillors and local residents to see the impact almost £2,500 of funding from his Community Action Fund has had. Piggy Park Community Garden Association, based in Rishton received £2,424 over the past several months to build a fence around the area and a metal shed to safely store gardening […]

27 February, 2017

Weekly Meetings and Event Bulletin Week Commencing 27 February, 2017

When not attending these meetings or events the Commissioner is working in the office towards his Police and Crime Plan Priorities Monday Visit to Piggy Park Community Garden, Rishton (private) Tuesday Recruitment Meeting, Preston (private) Wednesday Recruitment Meeting, Preston (private) Thursday Q&A UCLan Policing Course students, UCLan (private) Cadley and Greyfriers PACT meeting, Fulwood

Weekly Meetings and Event Bulletin Week Commencing 20 February, 2017

When not attending these meetings or events the Commissioner is working in the office towards his Police and Crime Plan Priorities Tuesday Visit to Tanhouse Morris Dancers, Skelmersdale (private) Thursday Alcohol harm reduction meeting (attended by an OPCC representative) Friday School assembly on Criminal Damage, Leyland (private) Pan-Lancashire Domestic Abuse Strategic Booard, HQ (private, attended by an OPCC representative)

17 February, 2017

Commissioner sees how Community Action Fund cash is spent at grass roots club

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw stepped out to see the how cash from his Community Action Fund has been spent to reduce crime and keep re-offenders off the streets. Fylde Walking Group received £2,500 from the proceeds of crime £75,000 funding pot to fund the sessions held for adults which specifically focus on working with adults who have […]

15 February, 2017

Commissioner joins Blackburn councillors to support Wasted Lives campaign

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw joined councillors in Blackburn as a hard-hitting safe driving presentation was delivered to the 13,000th student in the county. The Wasted Lives ‘Safe Drive Stay Alive’ campaign launched in July 2015 and has been rolled out to college and sixth form students in Blackburn, Chorley, Preston, Lancaster, Blackpool and Burnley over the past […]

14 February, 2017

Weekly Meetings and Event Bulletin Week Commencing 13 February, 2017

When not attending these meetings or events the Commissioner is working in the office towards his Police and Crime Plan Priorities Tuesday CCTV meeting, Lancaster  (private attended by an OPCC representative) Wednesday Lancaster CSP meeting, Lancaster (attended by an OPCC representative) Thursday Meeting of the Independent Inquiry into CSA, Manchester (private) Public meeting in Bacup, (public, for more information contact Rossendale council) […]

10 February, 2017

Call for Health Secretary to scrap the doctor’s legal aid fee for domestic violence victims

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw has joined fellow commissioners across the country calling on Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to scrap the fee charged to domestic abuse victims seeking legal aid. Due to recent changes in the law, domestic abuse victims now have to provide specific evidence to be able to apply for legal aid. One of the accepted […]

7 February, 2017

Weekly Meetings and Event Bulletin Week Commencing 06 February, 2017

Monday Strategic Resources Board, HQ (private, attended by an OPCC representative) Tuesday Lancashire Strategic Hate Crime Group, HQ (private attended by an OPCC representative) Wednesday Attending Chorley and South Ribble Community Safety partnership Conference, Chorley, (private) Youth Offender Triage Presentation, Wilpshire (private) Safe Drive Stay Alive event, Blackburn (private) Friday Joint Management Board, County Hall (private)

3 February, 2017
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