Publication Scheme

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

Information Assurance

Lancashire Constabulary

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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.

Please note: Lancashire Constabulary does not currently have an information asset register.

Overt CCTV camera locations operated by Lancashire Constabulary: Lancashire Constabulary does not ‘own’ any of the CCTV systems operated in town centres.  These are all owned by local authorities therefore we cannot publish this data.


Click on the following links to find out more...

Asset register

Business interests register

Chief officer contact with the media

Chief officer pay and rewards

Contact details

Gifts and hospitality register

How we make decisions

Locations of police stations

Our response to the Fatal5: excess speed, drink/drug driving, mobile phones, careless driving and seat belt offences

Policies and procedures

Relationships with other authorities

Services provided by Lancashire Constabulary

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

Who we are and what we do

Facility Time Publication

In line with the Trade Union (Facility Time Publication Requirements) Regulations 2017, public-sector employers who have at least one trade union representative and 50 or more employees are required to report annually in July on paid time off provided to trade union representatives for trade union duties and activities for the period 1 April to 31 March.

Public Sector Apprenticeship Target Report

 All public bodies in England with more than 250 employees must report on the apprenticeship target, which aims to have at least 2.3% of the workforce as new apprentice starts for the period of 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2021. Lancashire Constabularies target report is available to view below.

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