9 schools in Lincolnshire have this morning reported to us that they have received a malicious communication, namely a bomb hoax. The email is a national hoax and an investigation into where it originated from will take place: https://t.co/Lgjszz2TRX— Lincolnshire Police (@lincspolice) March 19, 2018
I have written to MPs in Lincs to outline why I support the Assaults on Emergency Workers (Offences) Bill & Service Animals (Offences) Bill. You can read more here. Photo incs PD Boris & handler Karl Pownall ProtectTheProtectors #Finnslaw #safertogether https://t.co/N5GXXftzrQ pic.twitter.com/JKf0d8VrwV— Marc Jones PCC (@MarcJonesLincs) March 20, 2018
As part of our ongoing commitment to ensuring the wellbeing of every individual in the Lincolnshire Police family a new initiative that grants extra leave for rest and recuperation has been introduced. For more information please visit: https://t.co/rju8gQAEjN— Lincolnshire Police (@lincspolice) March 21, 2018
Lincolnshire Police are introducing two days of extra 'wellbeing leave' for staff. The force say they hope a break from the stresses and strains of the job will cut work-related sick leave. pic.twitter.com/o2yRdSamyq— ITV News Calendar (@itvcalendar) March 21, 2018
BREAKING: Police are reassuring parents after 19 schools in East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire received fake bomb threats this morning.— BBC Look North (EYL) (@looknorthBBC) March 19, 2018
400 schools nationally have received an email threat demanding cash saying a device had been planted.
Joint Emergency Services weather warning - full details here:— Lincolnshire Police (@lincspolice) March 16, 2018