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2017 news archive

Uncertainty Over Police Funding Continues

Uncertainty Over Police Funding Continues

Uncertainty over the future funding of Lincolnshire Police continues today after the Government announced it would not be increasing the central grant.

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PCC’s Lincolnshire Crime & Policing Survey : An Update

PCC’s Lincolnshire Crime & Policing Survey : An Update

A survey launched to give residents the chance to help shape the future of policing has received more than 2,750 responses in just ten days.

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PCC launches 'Lincolnshire Crime & Policing Survey'

PCC launches 'Lincolnshire Crime & Policing Survey'

Residents are being given the chance to help shape the future of policing in the midst of an uncertain financial future.

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PCC to launch New Community Speed Watch Scheme

PCC to launch New Community Speed Watch Scheme

Residents across the county will be given special training and radar guns in a new initiative designed to improve road safety in Lincolnshire.

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Bravery, professionalism, outstanding work recognised at awards ceremony

Bravery, professionalism, outstanding work recognised at awards ceremony

"In showcasing the outstanding work of these incredible people we celebrate the everyday excellence of all officers and staff"

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Reaching the crime in time with new Kugas

Reaching the crime in time with new Kugas

“I am very pleased to see my commitment to provide the ‘right tools for the job’ continue to deliver for front line officers.”

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Lincolnshire Police and OPCC become a Friends Against Scams organisation

Lincolnshire Police and OPCC become a Friends Against Scams organisation

The crime commissioner’s office and Lincolnshire Police have joined forces in the fight to protect people from scam artists.

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Victim Needs Survey 2017

Victim Needs Survey 2017

The Police and Crime Commissioner is interested in hearing your views to ensure that good quality victim services are delivered across Lincolnshire to provide support services for anyone who may be a victim of crime.

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Minister for Policing visits Police and Fire HQ

Minister for Policing visits Police and Fire HQ

The Minister for Policing and Fire, Nick Hurd, has visited Lincolnshire Police today and met with the Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner.

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