Cracking Down on Crime and Anti-Social behaviour

Crime and anti-social behaviour effects everybody in Pendle.

From littering, fly-tipping and nuisance fireworks to serious crimes, crime touches all of our lives. 

That's why Andrew is making tackling crime in Pendle a priority, to make sure you and your family are safe on our streets and in your homes. Andrew will work with the Police and the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, to make sure Pendle benefits from the extra 20,000 police officers that are being recruited across the country. Making sure Pendle is a safe place for you and your family.


Police and Crime Commissioner Andrew Snowden in Pendle

Lancashire's Police and Crime Commissioner, Andrew Snowden, has continued his County-wide tour having visited Barnoldswick, Earby and Colne in Pendle to hear about residents views of crime and antisocial behaviour

276 extra police officers recruited in Lancashire

·         Newly released figures show that 276 police officers have been recruited in Lancashire as part of the Conservative Government’s pledge to put 20,000 more officers on the streets by 2023.