Fishergate Changes 07/10/2016
Info About Our Hate Crime Awareness Week 09/10/2015
Online Reporting And Officer Contact 03/03/2015
Criminal Surveillance 18/12/2014
Compare the Market and Neighbourhood watch Press release 16/07/2014
Online offenders targeted in national operation 16/07/2014
School Holidays 15/07/2014
Lancashire Constabulary fights rural crime 15/07/2014
LCWF Conference feedback 09/07/2014
Burglary Prevention advice 10/07/2014
Hajj Fraud & Safer Giving at Ramadan 04/07/2014
Police vow to tackle Domestic Abuse during World Cup 17/06/2014
Lancashire Combined Watch Forum - Your support needed 27/06/2014
Appeal for a caravan to convert for NHW use 25/06/20
Country Crime Fighters Awards 2014 24/06/2014
Motorcyclists asked to ride responsibly 11/06/2014
Road safety events taking place next week with World Cup giveaways 05/06/2014
The Ugly Consequences of the Beautiful Game – pan-Lancashire World Cup campaign launches 05/06/2014
National NHW Week 14th - 22nd June
National NHW Awards 06/03/2014
Lancashire introduces Claires Law 06/03/2014
Lytham youths take part in Restorative Justice conference 26/02/2014
Stay Safe - Our Guide To Crime Prevention & Safety 21/02/2014
Christmas drink drive results released 24/01/2014
Message from Cumbria Fire & Rescue Service and Cumbria Trading Standards
Police launch ‘Bah Humbug’ Christmas campaign 02/12/2013
Christmas drink and drug driving crackdown begins 02/12/2013
Air Support Unit Winter Newsletter
Appeal to trace owners of stolen items 27/11/2013
NEIGHBOURHOOD & HOME WATCH NETWORK Notification of election results
Operation Assist 23/11/2013
Christmas crack down on cash in transit robberies gets under way
Police continue to tackle burglary and stolen goods in the run up to Christmas
Festive season safety
FOUR arrested in cash in transit robbery investigation 07/11/2013
Drugs gang sentenced to over 90 years 01/11/2013
Police urge drivers and cyclists to ‘look out for each other’ 01/11/2013
STALKING and HARASSMENT: 25/10/2013
Good Neighbour leaflet 20/12/2014
Compare the market and Neighbourhood watch News Release 19/07/2014
Interested in volunteering to help people with mental and suicidal thoughts ? 21/10/2013
Over 4,000 fewer victims of crime in Lancashire 18/10/2013
999 - WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
DO YOU WANT TO DO SOMETHING SPECIAL?
Are you 18 or over, of good character and able to give some of your valuable time to volunteer as a Special Officer?
The role will be rewarding, provide life skills, give a sense of purpose, enhance team working and potentially assist with CV’s as well as providing personal achievement and fulfilment.
You will work closely with Regular Officers, have the same powers, share the same experiences and be trained in how to remain safe and perform your role, which will enable you to provide a quality service to the residents, communities and visitors in Blackpool and the Fylde Coast.
Want more information or a chat - Contact Dave Barnes on 01253 607242 / email@example.com
If you feel this role is for you and want to start the process then please call the Specials Recruitment Team on:-
DO YOU EVER QUESTION: “SHOULD I PHONE THE POLICE?”
Here are some tips:
ANSWER: “YES YOU SHOULD”: Anti-social behaviour comes in many forms from throwing stones at cars, to banging on doors and running off; it causes distress and is frightening to everyone and it is especially so for the elderly and vulnerable in our society. It isn’t clever and it isn’t funny. If you see, hear or witness anti-social behaviour (or ‘ASB’ as it is referred to sometimes to), then phone the Police – it is taken it VERY seriously.
ANSWER: “YES YOU SHOULD”: Suspicious activity includes people trying car doors and peering inside, people climbing over walls, fences, trying doors to homes and garages, sneaking up driveways late at night or early morning, looking into windows and asking if people are away. There has recently been suspicious activity at stable premises close to Preston. For those in rural and farm areas of Blackpool and Fylde watch out for suspicious people who might want to poach, steal farm equipment or machinery – these are prime targets.
Never be afraid of phoning the Police whatever the time of day or night, or day of the week or year. Even if they find that the person or persons did not have the intention to commit a crime, it’s better to be safe than sorry!