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Commissioner leads training of White Ribbon Ambassadors

On Tuesday 28 November, Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw brought together over 40 White Ribbon Ambassadors to learn the latest ways to combat male violence against women and girls. As part of 16 days of action against domestic abuse and Lancashire’s commitment as the first White Ribbon County, the Commissioner’s office arranged dedicated training for the Ambassadors to […]

4 December, 2017

Commissioner leads celebrations as Lancashire becomes first White Ribbon County

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw is leading celebrations as his bid to make Lancashire the first White Ribbon County in the UK has resulted in public sector organisations across the county being accredited by the White Ribbon Campaign. The Commissioner was joined by Chief Constable Andy Rhodes in hosting a celebration event at the Harris Museum in Preston […]

3 October, 2017

Commissioner welcomes Lancashire-wide stand against domestic abuse

Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw has supported Lancashire’s bid to become the country’s first White Ribbon County, aiming to end violence against women and girls. For the first time, all councils across Lancashire will be accredited alongside the Commissioner’s office, Lancashire police and health bodies. As part of International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, councils will […]

24 November, 2016

More support for victims of crime in Lancashire

More victims of crime will be able to access support as Lancashire Victim Services looks to expand to help more people. The service, set up by Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw in April 2015, expects to grow to receive more than 60,000 referrals in future years and is set to extend the support it offers to include domestic […]

13 September, 2016

Euro 2016 England v Wales: Fans urged to enjoy football responsibly

Football fans are being reminded not to get carried away in the heat of the moment as England prepare for their Euro 2016 match against Wales tomorrow (Thursday). Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw, Lancashire Police and Kick It Out, football’s equality and inclusion organisation, have teamed up to urge fans to enjoy the game responsibly. Anna Jӧnsson, reporting officer […]

15 June, 2016

Commissioner funds Euro 2016 campaign to tackle alcohol-fuelled crime

A new campaign urging football fans to enjoy the Euro 2016 tournament responsibly has been backed by Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw. A series of posters and banners, funded by the Commissioner, target three key areas – domestic abuse, alcohol-related violence and drink or drug driving – that are all problems for police during major tournaments. The message […]

8 June, 2016

Cash seized from criminals awarded to Lancashire projects

Vulnerable people, victims of abuse and children from deprived areas are among those who will benefit from money that has been seized from criminals in Lancashire. Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw today announced the 15 successful applicants to get a share of almost £500,000 that has been recovered under the Proceeds of Crime Act. Individual grants of between £5,000 […]

26 February, 2016

Shoppers in Preston pledge to ‘Be a Lover Not A Fighter’ and challenge domestic abuse

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw joined shoppers in Preston who have been pledging their support to a campaign to tackle domestic abuse. The ‘Be a Lover not a Fighter’ campaign, which is running across Lancashire, Cheshire and Merseyside, aims to get people talking about domestic abuse and raise awareness online. Statistics reveal that 90 per cent of domestic […]

16 February, 2016

Commissioner supports ‘I’m a Lover not a Fighter’ domestic abuse campaign

Clive Grunshaw, Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire is backing a campaign to tackle domestic abuse in the county and to get people talking about the issue. Statistics reveal that 90% of domestic abuse is witnessed by children. The 'Be a Lover not a Fighter' campaign, which is running across Lancashire, Cheshire and Merseyside, aims to get people talking about [...]

10 February, 2016
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