NFU encourages Lancashire members to meet their rural task force

19 January 2022

Rural crime North West
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Lancashire Constabulary, in partnership with the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office and the Lancashire Partnership Against Crime, are hosting a series of events to officially introduce the Rural Task Force for your area.

The main objective of the events will be to discuss how they plan to police rural Lancashire with the support of the community.

They will give police an opportunity to tell you what they have been doing to tackle rural, wildlife and heritage crime, but will also give you the chance to influence how they prioritise rural officers and staff over the next 12 months.

There will be a number of presentations on the day from guest speakers which will be relevant to current threats; alongside the latest partnership initiatives to prevent and reduce crime.

A Lancashire Constabulary spokesperson said: “Working with rural communities is key to tackling and reducing crime and keeping rural Lancashire a safe place to live.

“We hope you will be able to attend one of the following events in your area.”

  • Monday 7th February 9am until 1pm: Browsholme Hall and Tithe Barn in Clitheroe
  • Friday 11th February 9am until 1pm: Lancaster House Hotel in Lancaster

Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

To book your free delegate place visit www.lanpac.co.uk

Places are limited.

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