Commissioner secures £760,000 to tackle anti-social behaviour

Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Peter McCall, secured £760,108 of funding from the Home Office’s Safer Streets Fund to help reduce anti-social behaviour. Carlisle and Barrow-in-Furness will both benefit from the funding subsequently receiving £354,638 and £405,470. The aim of both bids is to reduce ASB around the city and town as well as… Continue reading Commissioner secures £760,000 to tackle anti-social behaviour


Commissioner Thanks Community Volunteers at Pride of Cumbria Awards

Police and Crime Commissioner, Peter McCall is supporting the Pride of Cumbria Awards, celebrating our local heroes across the county on Thursday, 23 June at Whitehaven Golf Club. Talking about the event, Peter McCall comments: “I am pleased to be supporting the Pride of Cumbria awards, in particular the Community Group category. We have a… Continue reading Commissioner Thanks Community Volunteers at Pride of Cumbria Awards


Police Crime Commissioner commissions direct support for male victims of crime

As part of national Men’s Health week, Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Peter McCall, is highlighting a new role for male victims in Cumbria and how men affected by crime, can access specialist support services. Help is available to male victims of crime, with a wide variety of support services available across the county. Men… Continue reading Police Crime Commissioner commissions direct support for male victims of crime


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