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Commissioner announces new contract to deliver Lancashire Victim Services

The new contract will provide help and support for around 60,000 people a year from four local bases across Lancashire Contract offered to Victim Support who will work with local providers to help enhance the services they...

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Burglar and victim come face to face in Restorative Justice Conference

Lee Jones at the offices of the charity he now volunteers for A burglary victim who lost over £30,000 worth of valuables has told how meeting the burglar, Lee Jones, face to face led him to offer support, helping the offender to...

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Online support for young victims

Nest Lancashire, the support service for young victims of crime, bullying and harassment in Lancashire has launched its website today, 30 September. The website, which can be found at www.nestlancashire.org, offers information and...

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New service launched to support young victims of crime

A brand new service aimed at helping young victims of crime living in Lancashire has been launched by Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw. The service - Nest Lancashire - provides confidential support and advice for young...

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Commissioner funds Euro 2016 campaign to tackle alcohol-fuelled crime

» Commissioner funds Euro 2016 campaign to tackle alcohol-fuelled crime// Commissioner funds Euro 2016 campaign to tackle alcohol-fuelled crime – Lancashire PCC//...

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Lancashire Victim Services sponsor Blackpool Pride

Lancashire Victim Services are to sponsor the 2016 Blackpool Pride festival in a bid to promote their help, advice and support services to members of Lancashire's LGB&T community. The specialist advice, support and third party...

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Lancashire Commissioner sets up partnership to support young victims of crime

Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, is bringing together organisations from across Lancashire to ensure young people in the county will be able to access specialist support if they have been a victim of crime. Five...

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New service for victims to report anti-Muslim hate crime

Victims of Islamophobic abuse can now report incidents using a new telephone service thanks to funding from Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner and Lancashire Partnership Against Crime (LANPAC). A dedicated third-party...

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Crime victims urged to seek help – even if they haven’t told police

A new campaign to encourage victims of crime to seek help and support – even if they haven’t reported the incident to police – has been launched by Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw. The ‘here…’...

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Commissioner sees work of charity supporting victims of domestic abuse

Lancashire's Police and Crime Commissioner has visited the Saheliyaan Asian Women's Forum, in Chorley, to see the work being done there to help victims of domestic abuse. Clive Grunshaw spent an afternoon with victims and those...

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