Appeal for return of rare motorcycle stolen in Folkingham

The owner of a rare motorbike stolen in Folkingham last Sunday is appealing for its safe return.

Market Deeping Police Station.

Purse, wallet and bag stolen in Langtoft burglary

Burglars forced their way into Langtoft home and stole goods in broad daylight.

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Vandals sprayed grafitti on the football club changing rooms

Footballers seeking help to tackle vandals

A football club manager wants action to stop vandals targeting his team’s changing rooms which are regularly damaged.

Fake cigarettes seized by Lincolnshire Trading Standards

Cigarettes and alcohol to be turned into electricity in Lincolnshire

More than 152,000 cigarettes and tonnes of illegal alcohol seized during raids in Lincolnshire will today be turned into electricity.

Bourne Police Station.  Photo by Oliver Wilson.

Parked vehicles damaged in Bourne

Police are looking for vandals who damaged two vehicles that were parked near Bourne Leisure Centre at the weekend.

Assistant Chief Constable Shaun West has set out a new, "right first time" approach to how Lincolnshire Police will tackle stalking and harassment.  Photo supplied by Lincolnshire Police.

Police shake up tactics to tackle stalker menace

A new approach to crimes of harassment and stalking has been promised by Lincolnshire Police in the wake of a damning new report.

Lincolnshire Police news.  Photo by Jon Rigby.

Cash and jewellery stolen from home in Langtoft

Burglars stole cash and jewellery from a house near Langtoft Primary School on Thursday.

Lincolnshire Police news.

Cold callers go door-to-door for roofing work in Bourne

Police are warning people in Bourne after two men were seen going door-to-door looking for roofing work in the town on Wednesday.

Superintendent Phil Vickers is urging people to surrender their unlicensed or unwanted firearms, ammunition, war memorabilia and imitation weapons this week.  Photo supplied by Lincolnshire Police.

Police launch latest firearms amnesty to keep county safe

Lincolnshire Police has launched a firearms amnesty where people can give up their unwanted weapons this week.

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Men jailed after death of father, from Crowland, at building site in Collyweston

Two men have been sentenced to a total of five years following the death of a father-of-five at a building site nearly three years ago.

Police request help after car pursuit

Elderly man found dead on Oakham driveway

The body of an elderly man was found on the drive of his house in the early hours of today.

RURAL CRIME PLAN: Bill Skelly, Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police, Superintendent Mark Housley, force lead for rural crime, and Marc Jones, Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire, with the new drone which forms part of the county's new Rural Community Safety Strategy.  Photo supplied by Lincolnshire Police.

Chief keeps his word to tackle rural crime

A £750,000 investment into keep South Holland and Lincolnshire’s rural communities safe comes with an expectation of results, according to the county’s top police officer.

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Clockwise, from top left - Abdul Naeem, Asif Habib, Imtiaz Khoda, Stephen Tyndale and Monica Thomson.

Sent to prison for defrauding NHS and other public bodies out of £12 million

Nine people have been sentenced for their parts in defrauding the NHS out of £12 million.

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PLAYING CATCH-UP: Sergeant Leanne Carr, PC Martin Green, Acting Assistant Chief Constable Paul Gibson, PC Nick Willey, Police and Crime Commissioner Marc Jones and his deputy Stuart Tweedale see a vehicle previously used in hare coursing in the Deepings last year.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG230217-113TW.

Game of ‘catch-up’ for police in catching hare coursers across South Holland

The Government, police and courts are “playing catch-up” with hare coursers, despite a 15 per cent fall in reports across South Holland and Boston.

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Lincolnshire Police news.

Lincolnshire Police wants to recruit 24 PCSOs

The county police force has 24 posts available in its local neighbourhood teams.

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Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner Marc Jones.

Lincolnshire pilot scheme will see offenders made to wear ‘sobriety tags’

Offenders will be made to wear ‘sobriety tags’ as part of a pilot scheme aimed at reducing alcohol-fueled crime.

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Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Bill Skelly.  Photo by Martin Birks.

Changes announced at top for Lincolnshire Police

A new-look team at the top of Lincolnshire Police has been named by Chief Constable Bill Skelly.

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Lincolnshire Police news.

Lincolnshire Police to use hi-tech drone to tackle rural crime

A hi-tech drone will be deployed by Lincolnshire Police later this year as part of a new drive to tackle rural crime.

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Lincolnshire Trading Standards news.

Beware of copycat websites

Police and trading standards officers for South Holland are warning people about a new type of copycat website.

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Police appeal for potential sexual assault victims to come forward

Police appeal for potential sexual assault victims to come forward

Detectives in Brighton and Hove are appealing for potential victims of sexual assault to come forward following two incidents in the city.

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