Here is your chance to have a voice in your local Neighbourhood Policing priorities

Our partner Lancashire Police has a new initiative to get the county talking about how you can help to improve the community and neighbourhood you live in.

Take a minute to answer 5 simple questions about what it’s like to live in your area and what issues matter most to your community. It is also an opportunity for you to raise any concerns you may have.

Your feedback received via Lancashire Talking enables Neighbourhood Policing Teams, together with partner agencies, to act on the information received and tackle the issues raised. In doing so, you are given a voice in how Neighbourhood Policing activity is prioritised.

If you choose to register to In The Know you will then receive updates from your Neighbourhood Policing Team about the action taken to tackle their community’s local issues. The big advantage of this system is that it allows you to inform Lancashire Police of your issues but in turn they are able to keep you informed about how they plan to tackle the issues you’ve raised. It can also provide you with information relating to criminal activity happening in your neighbourhood and provide support to help you avoid becoming a victim of crime.

Input your postcode and answer the questions to give your opinion on what matters in your area. We know our volunteers have a great knowledge of their local areas and your contribution to this work to support Lancashire Police can make a difference!

Get involved

Let them know your thoughts online by visiting www.stayintheknow.co.uk/LancashireTalking

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Read frequently asked questions about Lancashire Talking