Help & Advice
We are committed to making Lancashire a safe place to live, work and visit and we will do all we can to protect and support our communities.
We won’t tolerate criminal activity on any level and will work closely with our partners to reduce the risk and fear of crime.
The pages within this section offer you advice on how to keep yourself, your property safe and your business safe, as well as where you can find help and support as a victim of crime.
Some of our PDF and Word documents are essential to sharing information. Over the coming months, we are reviewing all our web pages and making the necessary changes to ensure that they are accessible for all.
The accessibility regulations do not require us to fix PDFs or other documents published before 23 September 2018 if they are not essential to the organisation.
However, we recognise that there are several PDF and Word documents that are essential to our organisation and that we have a duty to publish these in a format accessible to all.
Alterative formats of all documents on our website are available upon request. You can make a request by emailing our Media and Engagement Department: [email protected]
Please make sure you include in your message the following:
- The name of the document you require in an alternative format
- The format you require the document in
- Your name
- Spiked drinks and date-rape drugs
- Domestic Abuse
- Street Safe
- Drugs and Alcohol
- Forced Marriage, Honour Based Violence and FGM
- Hajj and Umrah Fraud
- Hate Crime
- Third Party Reporting Centres
- Keeping your Identity Safe
- Rape and Sexual Assault
- Stalking and Harassment
- Staying Safe When Out and About
- Herbert Protocol
- Safer Giving
- Election candidates
- Ask for Angela
- Courier Fraud