The Freedom of Information Act 2000 (known hereafter as 'the Act') gives a general right of access to all types of recorded information held by the Constabulary.
The Act places a number of obligations on the Constabulary, including the need to create and maintain a Publication Scheme. The aim of the Publication Scheme is to set out classes of information which routinely are made publicly available. The current version of the Scheme is based upon the Information Commissioners' Office's Model Scheme and the Definitions Document for Police Forces (i.e. the minimum standards in which a Police Force should adhere to in its Publication Scheme).
Model Publication Scheme
Definitions Document for Police Forces
The information in this scheme is available online as above and can be obtained in hard copy by contacting us by email or by post:
Freedom of Information
If you require information that is not listed under the scheme, please click Freedom Of Information page for further advice about making a request under the Act.
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Who We Are and What We Do
Locations of Police Stations
Relationships With Other Authorities
Special Constabulary, PCSOs and Volunteers
Sponsorship Arrangements with Businesses
What We Spend and How We Spend It
What Are Our Priorities and How We Are Doing
How We Make Decisions
Policies and Procedures
Lists and Registers
Services Provided by Lancashire Constabulary