Project secures funding extension worth more than £700,000

A project which supports people who face multiple and complex barriers to move towards employment has been awarded a major funding extension. The Building Better Opportunities Getting Cumbria to Work (BBO GCtW) project has received an additional £724,487 of funding from the National Lottery Community Fund and the European Social Fund. The two-year extension of… Continue reading Project secures funding extension worth more than £700,000


Cumbria Police: Cyber and digital crime unit conduct warrants across Cumbria

  Cumbria Police Cyber and Digital Crime Unit conducted a number of warrants in the past few weeks, targeting individuals who are accessing online child sex abuse material. The warrants are as a result of intelligence coming in from a number of agencies, police forces and the public, the intelligence is reviewed and developed by… Continue reading Cumbria Police: Cyber and digital crime unit conduct warrants across Cumbria


Drivers face harsher penalties for perverting the course of justice

  Officers in Cumbria have prosecuted a number of drivers for perverting the course of justice following speeding and other traffic offences. Cumbria Constabulary has a team dedicated to identifying and prosecuting those who try to avoid prosecution for speeding and other traffic offences. These offences place members of the public at risk on our… Continue reading Drivers face harsher penalties for perverting the course of justice


Next steps for new unitary council in Cumbria

  Local Government Secretary confirms plans to establish new unitary councils in Cumbria The move will help ensure local people and businesses receive the high quality services they deserve Plans will now be laid before Parliament for approval Cumbria has taken an important step forward with plans for new unitary councils, following approval from Local Government Secretary Robert Jenrick. Two… Continue reading Next steps for new unitary council in Cumbria


Cumbria Police launch ‘Blow the Whistle on Domestic Abuse’

Cumbria Police are teaming up with the county’s leading football teams and the Cumberland FA to send a clear message that domestic abuse should never be tolerated. The campaign, which coincides with this summer’s rescheduled Euro 2020 football tournament, will see police, Carlisle United FC, Barrow AFC, Cumberland FA and support agencies share messages to… Continue reading Cumbria Police launch ‘Blow the Whistle on Domestic Abuse’


Police Appeals 16 April 2021

Dalton Police are investigating an incident of burglary that occurred at an address on Ainslie Dale, between 6pm and 8pm on 12th April. Entry was gained through the front door and a flat screen smart television was taken from the property. Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact PC 2876 on 101, quoting incident number 258… Continue reading Police Appeals 16 April 2021


Partners Issue Warning to young people on the effects of “Gummies” containing CBD Oil

Cumbria Police’s Child Centred Policing teams have been made aware of a number incidents across the country involving young people taking “sweets” or “gummies” containing unknown ingredients, but believed to include CBD oil. Reports are not being treated as connected. A number of young persons across the country, including one teenager from Cumbria, have been… Continue reading Partners Issue Warning to young people on the effects of “Gummies” containing CBD Oil


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