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Month: March 2017

Be Scam Wise campaign rolled out to communities to help prevent fraud

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner hit the streets of Lytham with Neighbourhood Watch co-ordinators to deliver the Be Scam Wise campaign materials to residents who could potentially be a victim of a doorstep scam. Posters, advice leaflets and window stickers have been developed in conjunction with local trading standards teams, aim to raise awareness of the kind of scams taking […]

29 March, 2017

Weekly Meetings and Event Bulletin Week Commencing 27 March, 2017

When not attending these meetings or events the Commissioner is working in the office towards his Police and Crime Plan Priorities Monday Long Service presentation, HQ (private) Tuesday Attending police operations, Preston (private, media opportunity) Neighbourhood Watch promotional work, Blackpool (private) Thursday Strategic Scrutiny Meeting, Preston (private)  

24 March, 2017

Search is on for new Deputy as Police and Crime Panel confirm appointment of new Chief

The Commissioner congratulates Andy Rhodes on his appointment Clive Grunshaw’s appointment of Andy Rhodes as the next Chief Constable of Lancashire has been confirmed by the Police and Crime Panel for Lancashire. The panel, which is made up of Councillors from across Lancashire and co-opted independent members, met earlier in the week to consider the process undertaken by the Commissioner [...]

Police and Crime Commissioner joins MP and Street Pastors for a night helping the needy in the City of Lancaster

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw took to the streets of Lancaster late at night to see how the Community Action Fund has helped fund a pioneering project. Clive Grunshaw joined volunteers along with MP Cat Smith and Inspector Kirsty Banks-Lion who is also a trustee of Lancaster Street Pastors and patrolled the streets. The proceeds of crime funded […]

23 March, 2017

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner launches new anti-scam campaign

An innovative campaign aimed at keeping vulnerable and elderly people safe from scammers has been launched by Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner in association with trading standards teams across the county. The Scam Wise campaign was showcased at two events – one for front line workers who may come into contact with elderly and vulnerable people – and another attended […]

21 March, 2017

Crime Commissioner supports homes scheme to prevent re-offending

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw joined partners as they came together to celebrate the achievements of those who have successfully engaged with the Pennine Re-connect programme. Part-funded by the commissioner’s office, the scheme is a partnership initiative of Calico Enterprise and Calico Homes and works with clients who present significant offending and substance misuse histories, referred into the project […]

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

Weekly Meetings and Event Bulletin Week Commencing 27 March, 2017

When not attending these meetings or events the Commissioner is working in the office towards his Police and Crime Plan Priorities Monday New Chief Constable Confirmation Hearing, Chorley (public) Tuesday Youth Justice Meeting, Blackburn (private, attended by OPCC representative) Thursday Opening of East Lancashire CCTV Hub, Blackburn Youth Justice Meeting, Blackpool (private, attended by OPCC representative) Friday Primary School Assembly […]

Police and Crime Commissioner hails Lancashire Apprentice Expo as a huge success

Thousands of students passed through the doors of Preston Guild Hall yesterday to join Lancashire’s most well-known employers. The event was part-funded by Clive Grunshaw to help raise awareness of apprenticeships and employment within policing. Staff from Lancashire Police and the OPCC exhibited alongside a wide range of industries and the commissioner’s young people’s victim services Nest were also on […]

15 March, 2017

Clive Grunshaw calls on the Government to meet the cost of policing the fracking protests

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has called on the Government to meet the costs of policing protests against fracking in Lancashire. The Commissioner said: “The decision to allow fracking in Lancashire is a decision made in Westminster, but the people of Lancashire are being asked to pick up the tab of policing the protests that go with it. “Sajid Javid […]

14 March, 2017
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