News

Police Praised for Domestic Abuse Work

27 April 2014

LANCASHIRE Constabulary has been praised for the work it does to tackle domestic abuse following a visit by government inspectors.

Lancashire introduces 'Clare's Law'

6 March 2014

A SCHEME which allows the public to formally enquire about someone that they are in an intimate relationship with, or who is in a relationship with someone they know, will be rolled out across Lancashire from Saturday 8 March 2014.

Make a Stand Against Domestic Violence to Women

25 November 2013

Major public organisations in Lancashire have pledged to tackle domestic violence against women.

Lancashire's Young Citizen of the Year 2013

3 October 2013

The High Sheriff of Lancashire's Young Citizen of the Year Awards take place every year and involve the High Sheriff inviting applications to a competition to find a young person, ideally aged up to 21, who has helped either their local neighbourhood, an individual, family member or local organisation.

Domestic Abuse Commissioning News

18 September 2013

Lancashire County Council on behalf of partners of the Lancashire Community Safety Strategy Group is looking to commission support services for medium and high risk victims of domestic abuse across Lancashire.

Police Ask Kids to 'Trust Ed'

16 September 2013

YOUNG people in Lancashire can now get information on drugs, alcohol, bullying and e-safety from a new website launched by Lancashire Constabulary.

Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Week

9 September 2013

Key messages for CSE Awareness Week

Event: Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse

28 August 2013

As part of Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness week, Lancashire Constabulary are hosting the Tackling Child Exploitation and Abuse Conference in order to raise awareness and look to tackle such issues by working with partner agencies and Safeguarding Boards.

Female genital mutilation helpline launched

4 July 2013

NSPCC launches helpline for girls in danger of female genital mutilation.

Road safety campaign launched in Lancashire

21 June 2013

"What do I have to do to get you to notice me?" That's the question Lancashire Constabulary are asking motorists on behalf of bikers as they launch a campaign aimed at making road users more aware of motorcyclists.