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Month: September 2017

Commissioner visits Lancaster youth sessions funded through community grant

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has visited a Lancaster community group to hear how young people have benefitted from a community project, which received a grant from his Community Action Fund. The weekly self-defence sessions form a key part of the work being done by the Ridge Community Centre around the local estate with young people, running diversionary activities that […]

12 September, 2017

Commissioner attends launch of cyber crime awareness scheme

On 7 September 2017 the Commissioner attended the first training session for Lancashire Constabulary’s volunteer cyber crime awareness scheme. The scheme, run in partnership with the Lancashire Volunteer Partnership, will see volunteers with experience in computing and cyber security going into the community and is believed to be the first of its kind in the country. As part of their […]

8 September, 2017

Commissioner sees new East Lancashire CCTV hub in action

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner visited a new centralised CCTV hub, to see in action the state-of-the-art facility after funding £100,000 towards its launch earlier this year. Based in King Georges Hall, Blackburn, the hub covers nearly 250 cameras across East Lancashire in Blackburn with Darwen, Hyndburn, Burnley, Pendle and Preston. The Commissioner visited the hub to look at how […]

Commissioner’s community project to create artwork for new West Division Police Headquarters

Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw is funding a community project which will result in a permanent piece of art for the new West Division Police Headquarters in Blackpool. Artist Andrew Small has been commissioned by Clive Grunshaw’s Office, with the support of Blackpool based arts organisation LeftCoast, to deliver the project and create the artwork. The Commissioner and LeftCoast […]

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