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Clive Grunshaw stepped out with colleagues from Lancashire Constabulary to support the reflection in diversity that the force maintains. Colleagues took part in the first ever Pride March in Lancaster alongside hundreds of people that turned out for the event. Lancashire Victim Services were a sponsor at Pride and staff were also there to highlight the Say No To Hate […]

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Last night saw a cowardly and vile attack on crowds of mostly young people leaving a concert at Manchester Arena. All our thoughts are with the victims, their families and friends who have been affected by this horrific act of violence and terror. We are aware that many young victims are from Lancashire who will have travelled, some with friends […]

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AT THE beginning of the year it was announced by the Lancashire Road Safety Partnership that eight routes across Lancashire would be installed with average speed cameras in a bid to reduce road casualties. One of the average speed routes, the A6 London Road in Preston, went live in March and a further three routes (A657 in Belmont, A565 Southport […]

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Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw attended the launch of the Lancashire Volunteer Partnership’s ‘champion’ recruitment campaign.  Mr Grunshaw attended the event on the first anniversary of the LVP. The partnership has a number of bases across Lancashire which accept referrals from public services to support people in the community. In the past twelve months the LVP has helped 397 […]

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