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North West Cyber Resilience Centre joins Lancashire Partnership Against Crime to help tackle cybercrime

We are delighted to announce we have joined Lancashire Partnership Against Crime (LANPAC) to work closely to help businesses reduce their crime risk.

We already work closely with businesses across the Lancashire region to educate and share knowledge to prevent crime as much as possible. This working partnership has cemented our existing relationship to reach as many businesses as possible. 

Detective Chief Inspector Chris Maddocks of the North West Regional Organised Crime Unit (NWROCU) and NWCRC said of the new Lancashire Partnership Against Crime partnership: 

“Cyber crime is one of the fastest growing crimes and by its nature is incredibly difficult to catch the people responsible. Our key messages are always that businesses need to be aware of the risks, what the risks are and how to protect themselves from cyber breaches as much as possible. We look forward to sharing our advice, education and resources with businesses across Lancashire in association with LANPAC.” 

Eleanor Adshead, LANPAC co-ordinator, said: 

“We are delighted that The North West Cyber Resilience Centre have joined LANPAC as associate members, and we look forward to working in partnership with them. No doubt our partnership will help in protecting the people of Lancashire.”

Lancashire Partnership Against Crime (LANPAC) is a unique collaboration between Lancashire Constabulary, Lancashire businesses and public services working together to reduce levels of crime and disorder across the county.

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