Lancashire police chiefs say they're to cut 73 million pounds from their budgets.
The force will cut a further 200 officers and 550 staff over the next four years. It means a total of 1250 staff will lose their jobs.
Lancashire's Chief Constable also said the force would reduce from six divisions down to three.
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