This is an introduction to the campaigns section.
Charlene was 14 years old when she was reported missing from her home in Blackpool on 3 November 2003, she hasn't been seen since and detectives believe she was murdered.
"The More You Know – The More You See" understand the signs of Child Sexual Exploitation.
A Road Policing Inspector who tragically lost his father in a motorbike collision has launched a campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of riding whilst tired.
During this spell of hot weather you may get tempted to cool off in open water. Find out more about the dangers and how to keep yourself safe.
That’s the question Lancashire Constabulary is asking motorists on behalf of bikers in a campaign aimed at making road users more aware of motorcyclists.
Is it secure? Get tips on how to be safe online.
You are not defenceless when it comes to crime - there are steps you can take to protect yourself.
Driver retraining courses may be offered to motorists who commit driving offences in Lancashire.
For the latest on gritting, school and other closures and travelling safely in and around Lancashire
It is illegal to drive if your driving is impaired by drugs or if you have certain drugs above a specified level in your blood.
Attacks in the UK and abroad remind us all of the terrorist threat we face, which in the UK is considered as ‘severe’, meaning an attack is highly likely.
Advice and links to useful resources on how to protect yourself and your property in case of flooding.
New legislation on ‘legal highs’ will come into force on Thursday 26 May. Find out more...
The recent case of solicitor David Edwards who was killed by his wife after months of escalating domestic abuse highlights that this issue is not exclusive to age, gender, social background or profession. It can happen to anyone from any community and in any walk of life.
New data released by Action Fraud shows that increasingly fraudsters are using phishing as a means to defraud people across the UK. Find our how to protect yourself here...
Worried you may have been a victim of fraud? Report all types of fraud directly to Action Fraud.
Bicycle theft is preventable and there are steps you can take to stop it happening to you.
Buddy Tags are wristbands, badges or hang tags that allow people living with dementia to remain independent and safe within their community.
Our approach to tackle serious and organised crime across Lancashire.
For many students it is their first time away from home and they will now be faced with not only getting to grips with lectures and making friends, but also the added responsibility of looking after both themselves and their property – away from the watchful eyes of parents.
Discover how detectives solved the murder of Sadie Hartley.
Modern slavery is happening in Lancashire. Look closer, it could be right in front of you. If you see it, then share it.
Do you know where to get the right help and support this Christmas? Find out how to make the right call..
Eight routes across Lancashire have been chosen by the Lancashire Road Safety Partnership for average speed cameras.
Online dating can be a great way to meet a future partner and armed with the facts there’s less chance of things going wrong.
The penalty for driving whilst using your mobile phone has doubled.
If you have been a victim of crime, whether recently or in the past, we are here to help.
Some people think carrying a knife offers protection. What they don't realise is carrying a knife puts them at risk and could come with a four year prison sentence.
The price of gold has increased dramatically and as a consequence, there have been a number of burglaries, where gold has been stolen from Asian families and neighbourhoods. Find out how to reduce your risk of becoming a victim.
Lancashire Police and Lancashire Road Safety Partnership launch 'Safe Pass' campaign to encourage motorists to give more space when overtaking pedal cyclists.
The Lucy Faithfull Foundation is the only UK-wide charity dedicated solely to tackling child sexual abuse, taking a preventive approach to stop it happening.
We are supporting a national knife surrender from 11th March 2019, giving you the opportunity to dispose of any unwanted knives.
Communities defeat terrorism. With the enduring terrorist threat, it is now more important than ever that everyone plays their part in tackling terrorism. Your actions could save lives.
Your home is becoming more connected every day. But make sure you’ve connected safely.
Sunday, 9 September, is National Emergency Services Day. We will be tweeting live from our Control Room and you can join in the conversation by following #999DayUK
As part of moves to make policing more representative of its communities, Lancashire Constabulary has given a new strategy its full commitment
Commissioner launches campaign to prevent people falling victim to cyber criminals
If you need urgent police help but can't speak you can still get assistance by calling 999. Here's how...
County Lines is a business model which sees criminals exploit young people in Lancashire to run drugs across the county, into neighbouring counties and sometimes across the UK.
How to formally request information about your partner's potentially abusive past.
Lancashire Talking gives people a voice in how we approach local policing priorities, recognising that local residents know their area and its concerns better than anyone.
Getting your views means we can better understand how you feel about us, to help improve our service to you.
Local councils, Lancashire Police, support agencies, the NHS and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner have come together to create the #noexcuseforabuse campaign.
LANCASHIRE Police is wishing everyone a Happy Halloween – while urging them to stay safe and follow the rules.