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Month: November 2017

Nest Lancashire continues support for young survivors six months on from the Manchester terrorist attack

Today (Wednesday 22 November) marks six months since the terrorist attack at the Manchester Arena and Nest, Lancashire’s victim support services for children and young people, continues to offer support to victims. The support service for ten to 18 year olds, delivered by independent charity Victim Support, recently concluded a second series of sessions for young survivors of the Manchester […]

22 November, 2017

Lancashire Victim Services launch domestic abuse campaign

There is a way out of abusive relationships – that’s the message of a new Lancashire Victim Services campaign encouraging people who may be experiencing domestic abuse to take the step and get help. The campaign, which launched on Monday, 20 November, sees a combination of radio and bus shelter adverts as well as posters to be displayed in public […]

20 November, 2017

New rural crime vehicles rolled out across the county

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has welcomed the delivery of a powerful fleet of off-road vehicles which are being rolled out across Lancashire to help police tackle rural crime. Three liveried 4×4 pick-up trucks have been delivered to officers serving Lancashire’s rural areas in a bid to crack down on poaching, fuel thefts and organised crime. One vehicle has been […]

15 November, 2017

Commissioner’s Nest Lancashire service launches toolkit to tackle child sexual exploitation

A toolkit to help tackle child sexual exploitation has been unveiled by Nest Lancashire and Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw at a one day conference in Blackburn today, 13 November 2017. Nest Lancashire and the Commissioner’s office have been working with Lancashire Constabulary, teachers and professionals from across the county to develop the toolkit which will provide materials […]

13 November, 2017

Lancashire among most efficient as police expected to do more with less

As demand for the police service rises and Government funding falls Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has welcomed the ‘good’ grading from national policing inspectors. The report recognises Lancashire Constabulary as one of the more efficient forces in the country in the way it keeps people safe and tackles crime. The PEEL efficiency report published today by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate […]

9 November, 2017

Commissioner joins police to urge public to hand in guns during firearms surrender

People in Lancashire are being urged to hand in guns and ammunition as part of a nation-wide firearms surrender starting on 13 November 2017. The surrender will run for two weeks, during which weapons can be surrendered at six Lancashire Police stations – Blackburn, Burnley, Blackpool, Lancaster, Skelmersdale and Preston. During the last gun surrender in April 2016, 139 firearms […]

Commissioner welcomes average speed camera enforcement on B6232 Grane Road

Lancashire’s Police & Crime Commissioner has welcomed the installation of average speed cameras on the B6232 Grane Road – which will be enforced from Monday 6th November. Following their installation and a successful period of testing, the cameras will now go live for enforcement between Junction 5 of the M65 near Belthorn through to the A56 at Haslingden – a […]

3 November, 2017
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