Tackling Crime and Antisocial Behaviour

Lancashire Constabulary are trained here in South Ribble at Hutton. With 20,000 new police officers being delivered by the Government, Katherine will make sure our community gets our fair share on the beat. Katherine will regularly meet with our local police to understand what’s happening. She will focus delivering extra resources - keeping our towns safe, and making sure rural crime gets the attention it deserves.   


Do you want to cut crime in South Ribble? Then take my short crime survey today.

Together with local residents and police, I’m working to cut crime and make our area safer for every single resident. So far, we’ve reopened Leyland Police Station, which means more residents can speak to a police officer when they need to. We’ve also secured an extra 435 police officers for Lancashire, and they’re already out on the streets helping to keep us safe.

But there’s more to do. That’s why I’m asking for your help.

South Ribble Crime Survey 2023

  • Current Your views on Crime
  • About you and your views
  • Your details
1. On a scale of 1 - 10, how much of a positive impact have you felt from the reopening of the Leyland Police Station as a base for response teams?
Not at all positive
Very positive
2. Since Leyland Police Station reopened, have you noticed a greater police presence in the community?
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
5. Which measures in these areas of concern would make you or your friends/family feel safer? (Please tick three)