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Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner given extra cash by Government to pay for 30 additional officers this year




An extra £2.5million has been secured by Lincolnshire Police to boost officer numbers for the next two years.

Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Marc Jones was successful in applying for an additional £1.8 million from the Government in the form of a Special Grant.

About £400,000 more in council tax revenue, plus £370,000 from police savings, will be handed to Chief Constable Bill Skelly to spend both this year and next.


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