We are working with the Police and Crime Commissioner to improve safety in our communities.
Trudy has welcomed the announcement that 89 police officers have been recruited in Cumbria since September 2019.
Trudy has welcomed the announcement that the Government has made an extra £50 million available to communities as part of the fourth round of the Safer Streets Fund.
Domestic abuse victims and their children living in Copeland will be able to receive more support following extra funding as part of the Government’s Domestic Abuse Bill.
The views of women and girls across Copeland are being sought to help shape government strategy to tackle violence and abuse.
Cumbria Police is set to receive an additional £6m in its funding next year following an announcement today from the Home Secretary.
The MP for Copeland has welcomed news that Cumbria Police has been bolstered by an additional 52 officers since the Government launched its major police recruitment campaign one year ago.
The addition of these new officers brings the total number across Cumbria up to 1,251.
The MP for Copeland has praised Boots Pharmacies in Copeland for offering a unique ‘safe space’ for victims of domestic abuse.
Copeland’s MP has spoken out in Parliament about family courts and praised the Women Out West Centre in Whitehaven.
Speaking during the second reading of the landmark Domestic Abuse Bill, Trudy Harrison said the family courts “needed a serious looking at”.
Cumbria Police welcomed their newest recruit when Copeland’s MP joined their annual ‘mad Friday’ shift.
This week, Trudy joined Cumbria Police in Whitehaven for a ‘work experience’ style night shift on one of the local force’s busiest nights of the year.