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Coronavirus (Covid-19): What we need you to do. We’re asking you please to only call 999 in an emergency and if a non emergency use our online form. If you’re looking for information about the government instruction to stay at home and how that may affect you, you'll find guidance on Gov.uk.
NHS advice about coronavirus
Information and advice on coronavirus and policing
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.
Cumbria Constabulary Headquarters
Carleton Hall, Penrith
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South Lakes Focus
We now have Local Focus groups on Facebook. There is a group for each area in Cumbria where the public can discuss any crime concerns or queries they may have with their local neighbourhood policing team.You can also find out what your local policing team have been up to and any events that they are planning will be advertised on the group, making it a one stop hub for staying involved in keeping your local area safe.Join your Local Focus group today by clicking on the below links: