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Month: February 2018

Commissioner launches training sessions helping frontline staff spot signs of modern slavery

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner spoke of the importance of tackling modern slavery and supporting victims as he opened the first of several training sessions taking place in Lancashire, aimed at helping frontline staff identify whether someone is a victim and how best they can help. The training will ensure victims get the best possible support from staff and organisations […]

15 February, 2018

Commissioner sees impact of community grant at Blackpool Music School

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has seen first-hand how a group of young people are benefiting from a community project, which received a grant from his Community Action Fund. The project offers accessible music courses to those who would otherwise be unlikely to learn an instrument, through Blackpool Music School. This offers young people the opportunity to learn a new […]

14 February, 2018

Commissioner Backs Lancashire Police Campaign to Tackle Knife Crime

The county’s Police and Crime Commissioner is backing Lancashire Constabulary’s work to tackle knife crime, at the start of a week of action. Operation Sceptre, running from 12th to 19th February 2018, is a national campaign targeting knife crime and those who carry knives. Clive Grunshaw, Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner said: “I fully support Lancashire Constabulary’s involvement in this […]

12 February, 2018

Lancashire Police ranked in the Top 100 Stonewall Index

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has praised Lancashire Police after they achieved 74th in the Stonewall World Equality Index (WEI) out of 434 companies from the public, private and third sector – gaining a place in the Top 100 Employers List after an increase of 43 places since the 2017 index. Stonewall was founded in 1989, and since then has […]

1 February, 2018
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