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2017 news archive

Hare coursing vehicle crushed

Hare coursing vehicle crushed

Hare coursers were sent a clear message today when Lincolnshire Police crushed a car seized in the county.

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Chief Constable and PCC meet with NFU members

Chief Constable and PCC meet with NFU members

The Chief Constable for Lincolnshire today vowed to launch a new drive to tackle rural crime.

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HRH Princess Royal visit

HRH Princess Royal visit

HRH The Princess Royal visited a team dedicated to helping victims of crime today and saw first-hand the work done to help people cope and recover.

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Budget 2017/18

Budget 2017/18

The residents of Lincolnshire will be asked to pay as little as 5p extra a week in order to protect the number of front line police officers deployed across the county.

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Restorative Solutions CIC receives award for RJ services

Restorative Solutions CIC receives award for RJ services

Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM) awarded by the Restorative Justice Council (RJC).

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PCC supports national firearms surrender

PCC supports national firearms surrender

A national two week surrender of firearms and ammunition is taking place from 13th - 26th November 2017.

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HMIC's 2017 report on police efficiency is released

HMIC's 2017 report on police efficiency is released

The police and crime commissioner has welcomed a report by Government inspectors admitting that unless more funding is made available to Lincolnshire, the force will “need to reduce significantly” the number of officers and PCSOs.

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First Lincolnshire Road Safety Summit “a great success”

First Lincolnshire Road Safety Summit “a great success”

On Friday 3rd November 2017 Lincolnshire’s first ever Road Safety Summit was held at Belton Woods Hotel in Grantham.

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Project to tackle domestic abuse awarded £1.4m by the Home Office

Project to tackle domestic abuse awarded £1.4m by the Home Office

An innovative project in Lincolnshire to tackle domestic abuse has been awarded a £1.4 million grant by the Home Office.

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