The mental health and learning disabilities trust for Lincolnshire has been officially rated ‘Outstanding’ for its leadership and management by the Care Quality Commission and retained an overall rating of ‘Good’.
United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust (ULHT) has announced that it will phase in the reintroduction of public car parking charges at its hospitals over the coming weeks after teething troubles caused outcry from visitors last month led bosses to abandon the new payment system over the Christmas period.
Lincolnshire Police is promoting a new campaign on behalf of the National Crime Agency who have joined forces with Coronation Street star Brian Capron to raise awareness of the growing trend of online sexual extortion (sextortion).
The deployment of cutting edge technology to tackle crime and keep communities safe is one of the priorities for Lincolnshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, set out in his annual report released yesterday (Wednesday).
Mobile fingerprint scanners will soon be used on the beat in Lincolnshire, as the county's police force invests in the latest technology to save officers time and provide 'better value to the taxpayer'.
Services for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in Lincolnshire have been praised as being strong and effective in reports by Ofsted and Care Quality Commission inspectors.
A new resource supporting local schools with addressing emotional wellbeing of students has been launched by the Healthy Minds Lincolnshire project to coincide with Universal Children’s Day (November 20).
United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust (ULHT) has announced that it is making improvements to its car parking provision for staff and patients - but it will come at the increased cost of around 10 an hour extra for each visit.