The Lincolnshire Safeguarding Adults Board report says: "Awareness since the event has much improved and authorities are working better together".
It also highlights that "although some lessons need to be learned, agencies did exceptional work bringing perpetrators to justice and supporting the victims".
Evidence gathered by 'paedophile hunters' used by police
Evidence gathered by so-called paedophile hunters was used by Lincolnshire Police in five cases in the past three years, according to figures obtained by the BBC.
The Lincolnshire cases involved people "attempting to meet a child following sexual grooming".
Across the country, police have used evidence from vigilante groups in over 250 cases in 2018.
However, the National Police Chiefs' Council says it doesn't endorse the groups and won't work with them.
Det Supt Jon McAdam, from Lincolnshire Police, says while they will follow up genuine evidence, they can't support the actions of such groups:
Obviously they don't work within the constraints of the law, they don't have any consideration of what the wider implications are, or even have they got the right person...It's naturally something that within policing we work fully hard to combat."
Campaigner backs calls for ban on sale of fireworks
The general sale and use of fireworks by members of the public should be stopped, according to a campaigner from Lincolnshire.
In a statement, Heather Sandy, interim director of education at Lincolnshire County Council, said it was "disappointing" the walkout was to go ahead.
"Unite's suggestion that all health visitors should
have a starting salary £3,500 above their colleagues in the health service is
financially unsustainable and would have serious implications for bordering NHS
service recruitment," she said.
Three arrested in Lincoln weapons raids
Three people have been arrested in Lincoln this morning as part of a campaign to tackle weapons offences, Lincolnshire Police has confirmed.
A man in his 30s and two women, one aged in her 20s and another aged in her 50s, were arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of controlled drugs and a number of weapons were also seized.
As part of a wider campaign, more than 30 arrests have been made in the county and weapons including knives, guns and baseball bats have been seized, police say.
Officers will be taking further action to tackle offenders over the coming weeks while also educating school children and communities about the danger of possessing weapons, according to Lincolnshire Police.
Lincolnshire MP in the running to be next Commons Speaker
The MP for Gainsborough Sir Edward Leigh is hoping he will be elected as the new Speaker of the House of Commons later today.
Former special constable is placed on 'barred list'
A former special constable has been placed on the 'barred list' after a misconduct hearing.
The hearing found Laken Hunter breached the Standards of professional behaviour in respect of allegations relating to honesty and integrity and discreditable conduct.
It was held today at Lincolnshire Police Headquarters where the breach was found to amount to gross misconduct.
Chief Constable Bill Skelly, chairman of the special case hearing, found she would have been dismissed had she still been a serving officer.
Her name will be placed on the College of Policing barred list.
New boss sought for Lincolnshire council
Lincolnshire County Council is once again trying to find a new chief executive.
It follows the controversial departure and payout of Keith Ireland, the previous man in charge.
The annual salary is £182,000, which is £3,500 more than the previous post-holder.
Mr Ireland left Lincolnshire County Council exactly a year ago - just six months after starting - and with a large payout. He is said to have left following clashes with Conservative leader Martin Hill.
In its job advertisement, the authority says it's looking for someone who will work to a 'one council mindset'.
Freemasons team up with charity to install defibrillators
Freemasons in Lincolnshire are working with a first-responder charity to make more defibrillators available to the community.
The Freemasons are investing at least £20,000 to help install defibrillators outside their 21 centres in Lincolnshire, North Lincolnshire, and North East Lincolnshire.
The group has an agreement with LIVES to make sure they are maintained.
The move is intended to make defibrillators available to everyone in the community around the clock, permanently ready to respond..
In rural areas, it can take longer to get medical help, so Community Public Access Defibrillators (CPAD) have are important in helping to save lives in rural communities.
Work to fit the defibrillators has started, and the first to be moved was at the Nightingale Rooms in Lincoln.
Cash injection for Spalding and Holbeach town centres
Two Lincolnshire town centres are set to benefit from a £500,000 investment.
The money will be spent in Spalding and Holbeach on improvements including new benches and bins and creating heritage trails and running specialist markets.
Plans are also in place to introduce free WiFi on the town's high streets.
The improvements will be funded by South Holland District Council.
It's money we put to one side because we realised our high streets are struggling, like many other high streets across the country, and we want to try a positive move and put some money in to try and actually do something positive."
Flooding closes road in Lincolnshire village
Flooding is once again causing problems for motorists in Potterhanworth near Lincoln.
The road under the railway bridge is closed.
In recent weeks, several drivers have been forced to abandon their vehicles after attempting to drive through flood water, not realising how deep it is.
Lincolnshire County Council says contractors are removing silt and debris which may take some time to complete.
Medieval church in Lincolnshire stripped of lead
This is what's left of the roof of a Lincolnshire church after it was stripped of lead.
St Bartholomew's Church in Covenham near Louth was targeted by thieves at around 03:00 GMT.
Neighbours were woken by the thieves hauling the metal from the north side of the roof.
A tarpaulin is being put over the roof to protect it from the elements.
St Bartholomew's, a Grade 2 listed building, is run by the Covenham St Bartholomew Heritage Trust.
The building has three tower bells dating back to the 1600s.
According to the Diocese of Lincoln, 23 churches have been targeted by lead thieves so far this year, compared to 12 for the whole of 2018.
Inquiry chairman Sir Martin Moore-Bick said the absence of a plan to evacuate the tower was a "major omission" by the LFB and more lives could have been saved had its "stay-put" policy been abandoned sooner.
The LFB said it was "disappointed" by some of the criticism of individuals.
Meanwhile, South Holland District Council leader Gary Porter, who is also the Local Government Association's building safety spokesman, said firefighters should not be blamed:
There were guys who went in and out of that building on that night who did things I cannot imagine having to face. So I don't want us to lose focus on where the real villains are in this."
Applicant Mr Neil wants to build 13 flats and two commercial units on Sharpley’s Court and Horton’s Yard, as well as convert an existing building into a single-storey home.
The proposals will leave five on-site parking spaces.
The apartments will be one and two-bed and, at its highest, the block will be three storeys, stepping down to two-and-a-half.
Documents submitted on Mr Neil’s behalf by Lincs Design Consultancy say the plans will "provide a more active and positive sense of enclosure to Pawnshop Passage, inviting people into the town centre".
Over 100 jobs threatened as firm goes into administration
Lincoln-based construction firm The Simons Group has gone into administration, putting more than 120 jobs at risk.
The company, which has been in operation in the city since 1944, made the announcement yesterday evening.
Company bosses have blamed challenging trading conditions, contract delays and cash flow difficulties and say despite their best efforts they were left with no other option.
The Simons Group, which has 124 workers, says there will be redundancies over the coming days, but a number of employees will stay on to help assist and wind down the business.
Joint Administrator Nathan Jones says they are looking to sell off parts of the company:
We will be looking to market some elements of the business for sale and encourage any interested parties to make contract with the Administrators without delay.”
BBC News Travel
There are some significant delays for rail passengers travelling between Yorkshire and London today.
LNER said it follows a person being hit by a train in the south:
Low take-up of school uniform grant in Lincolnshire
Just three families were issued school uniforms through a grant run by Lincolnshire County Council in 2018-19, figures show.
Lincolnshire County Council offers grants to families who've been referred to the authority by support agencies.
To be awarded the grant, families must be in receipt of some state benefit for low income and there must be extreme circumstances which have put them in financial crisis.
John O'Connor, who oversees education support at the county council, says numbers are low because parents have other ways of accessing funding for uniforms:
The uniform grant goes back to the 1960s and what's happened since then is other funding streams are available to support parents. For example Pupil Premium wasn't available at the time when the clothing grant was considered."
CCTV appeal over theft from Boston pensioner
Police want to speak to this man in connection with the theft of a purse from an 82-year-old woman in Boston:
It happened on Friday 6 September in the Aldi store on Queen Street in the town.
The woman's bank card was later used to withdraw £500.
Lincolnshire Police are asking for anyone with any information to get in touch.