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Please visit our Covid19 webpage for further information.
Information and advice on 'Cumbria Speed Awareness' course - become a safer driver, save three points on your licence
Cumbria Constabulary accept unwanted firearms and ammunition all year round, and dispose of them free of charge
Information on our security systems service and alarms advice.
Local Authority details and how to get help in an emergency
Help protect your home, business or vehicle from crime by following some basic crime safety advice.
Includes advice on social media, protecting children, online shopping, sexting Issues, cyber bullying and more.
Becoming a victim of crime or anti-social behaviour can be a distressing and upsetting experience. Advice & information which includes the Victims Code of Practice.
Advice services available to men, women and children who have been raped or sexually assaulted within Cumbria
Includes tyre safety, speed awareness courses, Bikesafe, winter driving tips and more
Information and advice on reporting animal welfare/cruelty problems and rural crime.
& details on how to obtain information from Cumbria Constabulary
All public authorities under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 have to produce a publication scheme.
The FOI Act gives a right of access to all types of recorded information held by public authorities.
Includes information on Data Protection/Disclosures, Data Protection Principles, Subject Access Requests & more.
We have a number of policies & procedures that set boundaries for the Constabulary's behaviour as an organisation and for its staff.
Information for people stop & searched, including detail of the Best Use of Stop & Search Scheme
Includes our Statements and Summary of Accounts.
Includes our Expenditure over £500 Overview. Cumbria Constabulary and the PCC are committed to transparency in all dealings
The law recognises that there are situations where police officers may be required to use force
Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technology, which reads and retains vehicle registration plates, is used by the Constabulary