The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau has identified an increasing number of reports from the public concerning courier fraud.
Fraudsters are contacting victims by telephone and purporting to be a police officer or bank official. To substantiate this claim, the caller might be able to confirm some easily obtainable basic details (…)
It’s National Neighbourhood Watch Week 2018 (NNWW18) and the Neighbourhood Watch Network have some exciting news to share
This year to mark Neighbourhood Watch Week 2018 they’ve created a fantastic, brand new section of their popular website to share new and important information on keeping you and your neighbours safe. Because crime (…)
Teenagers Are Being Exploited By County Lines Drugs Gangs In Lancashire
It’s been in the national news lately as it’s affecting families and communities up and down the country. ‘County lines’ is when urban gangs use children and vulnerable adults to expand their illegal drugs businesses into other towns.
Are you a user or a volunteer of community transport services?
On 18 January 2018 the county council’s Cabinet agreed to consult on proposals to reduce funding by a third for community transport in Lancashire. This may mean loss, reduction and/or changes to these services including fare increases.