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2017 news archive

The plan, called Safer Together, sets out Mr Jones’ priorities for the next four years.

The plan, called Safer Together, sets out Mr Jones’ priorities for the next four years.

A NEW blueprint for tackling crime and supporting victims has been unveiled by the Police and Crime Commissioner Marc Jones.

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ARMED officers sent to Lincolnshire as part of Operation Temperer

ARMED officers sent to Lincolnshire as part of Operation Temperer

Dozens of officers from across the UK were drafted to the county when the terror threat level in the UK was raised to Critical in the wake of the Manchester bombing.

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DOUBTS over the future of a new funding deal for Lincolnshire Police

DOUBTS over the future of a new funding deal for Lincolnshire Police

Police and Crime Commissioner Marc Jones said he is "very disappointed" if news is true.

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AN action plan to fight rural crime has been unveiled by the county’s police leaders.

AN action plan to fight rural crime has been unveiled by the county’s police leaders.

The new three-year Rural Community Safety Strategy includes a commitment to a special team dedicated to rural crime.

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A NEW dedicated helpdesk to give residents advice on how to protect themselves from cyber crime

A NEW dedicated helpdesk to give residents advice on how to protect themselves from cyber crime

As well as the creation of a brand website dedicated to victims.

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THE majority of Lincoln’s most prolific beggars are not homeless.

THE majority of Lincoln’s most prolific beggars are not homeless.

Of the 12 people identified by agencies as the “worst offenders” when it comes to begging on the city’s streets only three are actually homeless.

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A CALL for new laws to make “up-skirting” photos a criminal offence

A CALL for new laws to make “up-skirting” photos a criminal offence

Marc Jones has written to the Secretary of State for Justice to ask for the practice to be made a specific sexual offence in new laws due to be introduced this year.

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THE Victims’ Commissioner Baroness Newlove has praised services in Lincolnshire

THE Victims’ Commissioner Baroness Newlove has praised services in Lincolnshire

The Baroness praised the Victims Lincs staff for the proactive approach and the fact they seek to take the initiative in making contact with victims.

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A GROUND breaking project to tackle the problem of front line police officers dealing with mental health

A GROUND breaking project to tackle the problem of front line police officers dealing with mental health

In 2015/16 Lincolnshire Officers reported 2256 episodes with a mental health issue

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