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Police chief issues warning to those who attack officers

Police chief issues warning to those who attack officers

Police chief issues warning to those who attack officers

A Lincolnshire Police chief has issued a warning to anyone who attacks officers, after assaults on the police surpassed 100 since May 17.


Grandfather 'devastated' after two motorbikes stolen from his shed

Grandfather 'devastated' after two motorbikes stolen from his shed

Grandfather 'devastated' after two motorbikes stolen from his shed

A pensioner has been left devastated after two motorbikes, that he used to spend time with his grandson, were stolen from his shed.


Police officers' lives threatened as Covid restrictions ease

Police officers' lives threatened as Covid restrictions ease

Police officers' lives threatened as Covid restrictions ease

Police officers have had their lives threatened and have had blood spat at them since lockdown restrictions were lifted.


Campaign will keep people safe this summer

Campaign will keep people safe this summer

Campaign will keep people safe this summer

Police have launched a campaign to ensure people are able to have a safe summer.


£420,000 in cash, assets and drugs seized in county lines operation

£420,000 in cash, assets and drugs seized in county lines operation

£420,000 in cash, assets and drugs seized in county lines operation

Dozens of people have been charged with a variety of drug and weapons-related offences during an enforcement operation targetting county lines.


Police issue warning on illegal use of electric scooters

Police issue warning on illegal use of electric scooters

Police issue warning on illegal use of electric scooters

Lincolnshire Police hae issued a warning regarding the illegal use of electric scooters in the county.


Statistics show drop of violent crime in county

Statistics show drop of violent crime in county

Statistics show drop of violent crime in county

Violent crime and public order offences have fallen more in Lincolnshire than the national average.


Man charged after Imp sculpture is beheaded

Man charged after Imp sculpture is beheaded

Man charged after Imp sculpture is beheaded

A man has been charged with criminal damage after a Grantham designed Imp sculpture was 'beheaded' in Lincoln this week.


Heartbreak after hospice Imp, designed by Grantham school, is 'beheaded'

Heartbreak after hospice Imp, designed by Grantham school, is 'beheaded'

Heartbreak after hospice Imp, designed by Grantham school, is 'beheaded'

A Lincoln Imp sculpture, which had been designed by a Grantham pupil, has been vandalised overnight.


‘I just want dad back for his 60th birthday’

‘I just want dad back for his 60th birthday’

‘I just want dad back for his 60th birthday’

The daughter of a missing Grantham man has renewed her appeal for information ahead of what would have been her father’s 60th birthday next week.


Police and Crime Commissioner's new role gives county issues a 'strong voice' nationally

Police and Crime Commissioner's new role gives county issues a 'strong voice' nationally

Police and Crime Commissioner's new role gives county issues a 'strong voice' nationally

The issues important to Lincolnshire will have a strong voice on the national stage after the county’s police and crime commissioner was elected to take on a prestigious role.


County has third most dangerous roads in the UK

County has third most dangerous roads in the UK

County has third most dangerous roads in the UK

Research by an insurance company has revealed that Lincolnshire has the third most dangerous roads in the country, according to driving offences.


Supermarket warns of fake emails scam

Supermarket warns of fake emails scam

Supermarket warns of fake emails scam

Morrisons has issued a warning to customers about a new scam circulating in emails pretending to be from the store.


Help decide police priorities

Help decide police priorities

Help decide police priorities

The public are being asked for help deciding Lincolnshire Police’s priorities for the next four years through a new consultation.


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