Police and Crime Commissioner - Draft Police and Crime Plan 2024 - 2029

9th of July, 2024

Clive Grunshaw, Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner has launched his Police and Crime Plan Public Consultation.

About this consultation

This is a public consultation for residents, businesses, organisations, voluntary and community sector groups, and individuals who live and/or work in Lancashire.


From 8 July 2024 to 30 September 2024 (12 weeks)

Enquiries (including requests for alternative formats and paper copies) to

Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner
County Hall

Email: [email protected]
Tel: 01772 533 587


The Police and Crime Commissioner is responsible for setting the Police and Crime Plan for Lancashire. The plan sets the strategic direction and priorities for Lancashire Constabulary for crime-related and policing services across the county, including the response to regional and national threats.

The Plan is the basis on which the Commissioner will hold the Chief Constable to account and review the Constabulary's performance. It also sets out how the Commissioner provides funding to support victims of crime, allocates funding to community safety partners and engages with community and third sector organisations to help make our streets safer.

The survey

As the public's voice in policing, Commissioner Clive Grunshaw wants to hear from as many people as possible to ensure that his Police and Crime Plan reflects the views of the people of Lancashire.

This survey is an opportunity for everyone who lives, works and travels in Lancashire to share feedback on crime and policing as well as the proposed priorities in the Commissioner's draft Police and Crime Plan 2024- 2029.

The survey has a maximum of 21 questions and takes around 8 minutes to complete.


Foreword from the Commissioner

"My role is to represent your views in policing and to hold the Chief Constable to account for delivering against your priorities.

"If you live, work or travel in Lancashire, I want to hear your views on crime and policing to ensure that the priorities I set for Lancashire Constabulary reflect the issues that really matter to you.

"I will work closely with the Constabulary to ensure that your views are heard, and you receive the effective and efficient policing service you deserve to make Lancashire's streets safe.

"Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey."

Clive Grunshaw
Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire