Police

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Birmingham primary school put on lockdown after gunman fires at cyclist

Birmingham primary school put on lockdown after gunman fires at cyclist

Birmingham primary school put on lockdown after gunman fires at cyclist

St Edmund's Primary School was put on lockdown after a gunman fired shots outside. No-one was injured but the suspect has not yet been found

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Man jailed after threatening shop manager over pasta

Man jailed after threatening shop manager over pasta

Man jailed after threatening shop manager over pasta

Mustafa Hakim threatened a shop manager in Digbeth, Birmingham with a 10-inch knife

Monday, June 19, 2017

Monday, June 19, 2017

'Community police officers are needed now more than ever to gather intelligence and reassure the public'

Finsbury Park: 'Community police officers are needed now more than ever to reassure the public'

'Community police officers are needed now more than ever to reassure public'

Former Metropolitan Police officer Chris Hobbs says the country is in a pressure cooker which is bubbling to the boil, in light of recent attacks

Fresh terror in London as man tries to attack police officer - report

Fresh panic in London as man tries to attack police officer

Fresh panic in London as man tries to attack police officer

Pictures published on social media appeared to show a man being held on the ground by police

Finsbury Park: 'The police service is on its knees and soon officers will be off sick with stress', says Victims of Crime Trust

Finsbury Park: 'The police service is on its knees and soon officers will be off sick with stress', says Victims of Crime Trust

'The police is on its knees and soon officers will be off sick with stress'

Director of the Victims of Crime Trust Norman Brennan has called on the public to go to Downing Street to fight against police cuts

Friday, June 16, 2017

Friday, June 16, 2017

Houses of Parliament on lockdown after man detained by police

Houses of Parliament put on lockdown after man detained by police

Houses of Parliament put on lockdown this morning as man tasered

Armed officers responded to an incident outside Parliament

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Father stabs three of his children in Germany, leaving two dead

Father stabs three of his children in Germany, leaving two dead

Father stabs three of his children in Germany, leaving two dead

It is not yet clear what the motive was for the father to stab his children

Volkswagen executive 'arrested on drug charges in Japan'

Volkswagen executive 'arrested on drug charges in Japan'

Volkswagen executive 'arrested on drug charges in Japan'

Volkswagen has said Thomas Siebert has been detained by police, local media claims he admitted to using cocaine

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Man 'with neo-Nazi links' admits driving into Iraqi demonstrations in Sweden

'Neo-Nazi' admits ploughing vehicle into Iraqi demonstration in Sweden

'Neo-Nazi' admits ploughing vehicle into Iraqi demonstration in Sweden

The demonstrations were taking place outside the Migration Agency in protest against stricter asylum rules

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

One arrested after van driven into several vehicles as part of suspected attempted murder in Sweden

Stockholm: One arrested after man drives van into crowd of vehicles

Stockholm: One arrested after man drives van into crowd of vehicles

One person was injured in the incident but the extent of their injuries is not yet known

'Burglar broke into home and was discovered sleeping in bed'

Burglar 'broke into home and was discovered sleeping in bed'

Burglar 'broke into home and was discovered sleeping in bed'

The homeowner pulled the covers off the alleged burglar and found him sleeping in dirty clothes

Sri Lankan rail authorities crackdown on track selfies, after multiple deaths

Sri Lankan rail authorities crackdown on track selfies, after multiple deaths

Sri Lankan rail authorities crackdown on track selfies, after multiple deaths

A 12-year-old boy was decapitated as he was taking selfies on railway tracks with his brother, his head was lodged between two train carriages

Friday, June 9, 2017

Friday, June 9, 2017

Man jailed after police carry out Spice drug raid

Man jailed after police carry out Spice drug raid

Man jailed after police carry out Spice drug raid

Liam Nemeneh pleaded guilty to a charge of possession with the intent to supply Spice at Manchester Crown Court

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Australian police discover SOS sign was made by pair after yacht was attacked by crocodiles

Australian police discover SOS sign was made by pair after yacht 'was attacked by crocodiles'

Police find SOS sign made by pair after yacht was 'attacked by crocodiles'

A search for missing people began after a helicopter pilot spotted an SOS, but it turned out to be from 2013

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

'Shots fired' at Notre Dame cathedral

Shots fired at Notre Dame cathedral 'after man attacks police with hammer'

Shots fired at Notre Dame cathedral 'after man attacks police with hammer'

The public were told to clear the area as the incident took place

Monday, June 5, 2017

Monday, June 5, 2017

Five-year-old boy stabbed to death at refugee centre in Germany

Five-year-old boy stabbed to death at refugee centre in Germany

Five-year-old boy stabbed to death at refugee centre in Germany

A Russian boy was stabbed by an Afghan man at a refugee shelter in Arnschwang, his mother has been taken to hospital with serious injuries

Corbyn ally Peter Dowd: Labour leader would back shoot-to-kill if terrorists ignored warning

Corbyn would back shoot-to-kill if terrorists ignored warning, says ally

Peter Dowd tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Theresa May has ignored everybody over police and security cuts and it shows her arrogance

Suspect in London terror attack had 'previously been reported to police after trying to radicalise children'

Suspect in London terror attack had 'previously been reported to police for trying to radicalise children'

Suspect in London terror attack had 'previously been reported to police'

Erica Gasparri has claimed she reported one of the suspects in the London terror attack to police in 2015, after he spoke to children in the park about Islam

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Thursday, June 1, 2017

19-year-old sentenced to death for adultery, despite 'being raped at gunpoint by cousin'

19-year-old who was 'raped at gunpoint' sentenced to death for adultery in Pakistan

19-year-old who was 'raped at gunpoint' sentenced to death in Pakistan

Local media say a tribal court operating outside of the official justice system ruled that a woman named Shumaila should be stoned to death or sold

Youth Congress members arrested in India for 'slaughtering calf'

Youth Congress members arrested in India for 'slaughtering calf'

Youth Congress members arrested in India for 'slaughtering calf'

Members of the Youth Congress took part in a demonstration against a government ruling banning the sale of cattle for slaughter

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Militants throw grenade at police officers in India, injuring four

Militants throw grenade at police officers in India, injuring four

Militants throw grenade at police officers in India, injuring four

The incident happened near a bank in Sopore, Baramulla district

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Police were called to High Wycombe station this afternoon (stock photo)

High Wycombe station reopens after 'suspicious incident'

High Wycombe station reopens after 'suspicious incident'

Station closed after reports that man was acting suspiciously

10 people detained in Mexico for hiding drugs in Uber Eats backpacks

10 people detained in Mexico for hiding drugs in Uber Eats backpacks

10 people detained in Mexico for hiding drugs in Uber Eats backpacks

Police also found black bags filled with marijuana as well as two thermostatic bags also containing the drug

Pig body parts on wooden stakes put up at mosque construction site in Germany

Pig's head and feet left at mosque building site in Germany

Pig's head and feet left at mosque building site in Germany

Nine stakes measuring 1.5 metres high with pig body parts on them were put up at the construction site of a mosque in Erfurt, Germany

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Uber driver arrested for 'assaulting and kidnapping woman in Toronto'

Uber driver arrested for 'assaulting and kidnapping woman in Toronto'

Uber driver arrested for 'assaulting and kidnapping woman in Toronto'

A woman has claimed an Uber driver tried to keep her in a car against her will and drive her to another location

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Man detained by police for selling marijuana and disguising himself as a clown

Clown arrested by police for selling marijuana

Clown arrested by police for selling marijuana

A man allegedly dressed as a clown in an attempt to conceal his identity selling marijuana

Man arrested after beheading his sister in public, who 'knelt pleading for her life'

Man arrested after beheading his sister in public as she 'knelt pleading for her life'

Man arrested after beheading his sister in public

A 54-year-old man beheaded his sister after they had an argument about going to a hospital

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Stray dogs 'eat infant's corpse outside hospital in India'

Stray dogs 'ate infant corpse outside hospital in India while onlookers filmed'

Stray dogs 'ate infant corpse outside hospital in India while onlookers filmed'

Reports claim that witnesses filmed the incident, but no one tried to stop the dogs

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Police charge three women with terrorism offences, after raid where suspect was shot

Police charge three women with terrorism offences, after raid in which one of them was shot

Police charge three women, including suspect shot in raid, with terror offences

Police raided a north-west London home in April, and suspect Rizlaine Boular was shot by police during the incident

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Albanian journalist arrested for 'calling EU diplomat a terrorist'

Journalist arrested for 'calling EU diplomat a terrorist'

Journalist arrested for 'calling EU diplomat a terrorist'

A journalist has been arrested in Albania for allegedly calling for violence to be used against EU ambassador to Tirana Romana Vlahutin

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

'Labour is clear on where money will come from to fund policies, so voters are well-informed',  says MP Yasmin Qureshi

Labour MP Yasmin Qureshi defends policing plan after Diane Abbott interview

Labour MP Yasmin Qureshi defends policing plan after Diane Abbott interview

MP Yasmin Qureshi tells Sam Delaney that many people feel insecure on our streets and therefore we need more visible policing

Armed police given new training on how to tackle terrorists in vehicles

British police told to shoot terror truck drivers after Berlin, Nice attacks

British police told to shoot terror truck drivers after Berlin, Nice attacks

The National Police Chief Council's lead on armed policing, Simon Chesterman, has said armed police have now been told to shoot drivers who pose a threat

'Get rid of the biggest idiot in politics' - Twitter calls for Diane Abbott to be sacked

Jeremy Corbyn defends Diane Abbott after policing interview meltdown: 'We're not embarrassed'

Jeremy Corbyn defends Diane Abbott after policing interview meltdown

Diane Abbott failed to explain how Labour would fund an additional 10,000 more police officers on the streets

'Woman in purple' becomes prime suspect in Madeline McCann investigation

'Woman in purple' becomes prime suspect in Madeleine McCann investigation

'Woman in purple' becomes prime suspect in Madeleine McCann investigation

A witness claimed she saw a woman dressed in purple intently staring at the Ocean Club resort apartments on the night Madeleine McCann went missing

Friday, April 28, 2017

Friday, April 28, 2017

Woman shot and six arrests made as police foil active terror plot

Woman shot and six arrests made as police foil active terror plot

Woman shot and six arrests made as police foil active terror plot

Hours after a man was caught with a bag of knives in Whitehall, police raided homes as part of a terrorism investigation

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Thursday, April 27, 2017

In photos: Whitehall in lockdown as knives found near Downing Street

In photos: Whitehall in lockdown as knives found near Downing Street

In photos: Whitehall in lockdown as knives found near Downing Street

Knives have been seen on the ground

Friday, April 21, 2017

Friday, April 21, 2017

BREAKING Gunman kills police officer in Russia

Gunman opens fire on police in Russia

Gunman fires on office of Russia's FSB Security Service in far eastern city of Khabarovsk

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

First and largest WhatsApp child pornography network is dismantled

World's largest WhatsApp child porn ring dismantled, with 39 arrests

World's largest WhatsApp child porn ring dismantled, with 39 arrests

Around 360,000 photo and video files were discovered in WhatsApp chats and victim's ages ranged from two-three months to eight years old

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Brawl breaks out at Lord Of The Dance performance in Manchester

Mass brawl breaks out at Lord Of The Dance performance in Manchester

Mass brawl breaks out at Lord Of The Dance performance in Manchester

One woman has been arrested by police on suspicion of being drunk and disorderly

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Man arrested after beating nine-month-old puppy to death in Florida

Man arrested after beating nine-month-old puppy to death in Florida

Man arrested after beating nine-month-old puppy to death in Florida

Police found a black labrador puppy leaning up against a blood-stained fence in Travis Archer's garden

Monday, April 10, 2017

Monday, April 10, 2017

'Police officers from across the country lined the route of PC Keith Palmer's cortege', says reporter

PC Keith Palmer funeral: 'There were flowers on the roof that said 'number one daddy''

PC Palmer funeral: 'There were flowers on the roof that said 'number one daddy''

Thousands of people lined the streets for PC Keith Palmer's funeral, he was killed during the Westminster terror attack last month

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Patient steals ambulance for joyride in Italy

Patient steals ambulance for joyride in Italy

Patient steals ambulance for joyride in Italy

An ambulance was called for the man who was suffering from psychiatric problems in Tuscany, but he ended up driving it 150 kilometres away

Monday, April 3, 2017

Monday, April 3, 2017

Actor accused of voyeurism after using phone torch to search for drugs in changing room

Actor accused of voyeurism after using phone torch to search for drugs in changing room

Actor accused of voyeurism after using phone torch to search for drugs

A woman saw a phone with the camera pointing towards her under a changing room partitioning and believed the phone was probably recording her

'Three killed after Russian police arrest men suspected of homosexuality'

'Three killed after Chechen police arrest 100 men suspected of homosexuality'

'Three killed after Chechen police arrest 100 men suspected of homosexuality'

A respectable Russian newspaper has reported that police in the southern Russian republic of Chechnya arrested men suspected of homosexuality

Property consultant jailed for being part of Breaking Bad style crystal meth network

Property consultant jailed over 'Breaking Bad-style' crystal meth network

Property consultant jailed over 'Breaking Bad-style' crystal meth network

The drugs network ran by storing drugs in hotel rooms which were then transported by using Uber drivers acting as couriers

Friday, March 31, 2017

Friday, March 31, 2017

Glasgow bin lorry driver avoids jail but receives three year ban for reckless driving

Glasgow bin lorry crash driver avoids jail but receives three-year ban for reckless driving

Glasgow bin lorry crash driver avoids jail for reckless driving

The driver of a bin lorry which killed six people has now been banned from driving for three years, after he drove a car and endangered the public just nine months after the bin lorry incident

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Denmark’s integration minister asks public to report pizzerias if staff don't speak Danish

Denmark’s integration minister asks public to report foreigners lurking in pizzerias

Denmark’s integration minister asks public to report foreigners in pizzerias

Inger Stojberg believes members of the public have a responsibility to help track down migrants with no documents

'Explosive device' blows up at Canadian courthouse building

'Explosive device' blows up at Canadian courthouse building

'Explosive device' blows up at Canadian courthouse building

Emergency services attended the scene at Kilborn Place in Saskatoon, as they believe an explosive device blew up

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Uber driver fakes kidnapping to get away from wife

Taxi driver fakes kidnapping to get away from wife and go clubbing

Taxi driver fakes kidnapping to get away from wife and go clubbing

The driver sent messages to his wife's claiming he'd been kidnapped, with audio of him pretending to be tortured

Man seen carrying wife's decapitated head in Israel

Man seen carrying wife's decapitated head in Israel

Man seen carrying wife's decapitated head in Israel

The man's hands were covered in blood, according to police, and the woman's body was left burnt in an apartment

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Teenager in serious condition after being hit by carnival float

Teenager in serious condition after being hit by carnival float

Teenager in serious condition after being hit by carnival float

A 19-year-old suffered trauma to the spine, a haemorrhage and suspected bone marrow injuries after being hit by a carnival float in northern Italy

Friday, March 24, 2017

Friday, March 24, 2017

Anti-fascists plan to halt white pride march in Edinburgh

Neo-Nazis holding 'White Pride' march in Edinburgh - and anti-fascists vow to stop it

Anti-fascists plan to halt white pride march in Edinburgh

White nationalists are planning walk through Edinburgh in what they call 'white pride world wide day,' but Unite Against Fascism say they will try to stop the march

Indian street dogs help chase down and catch criminal

Indian street dogs help chase down and catch stabbing suspect

Indian street dogs help chase down and catch stabbing suspect

Police said a man stabbed a woman as it is believed that she accused him of sexual harassment which caused him to lose his job

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Jewish Israeli suspected of sending bomb threats to US Jewish community centres

Jewish Israeli suspected of sending bomb threats to US Jewish community centres

Jewish Israeli suspected of sending bomb threats to US Jewish community centres

The motivation for the bomb threats is still unclear as it does not appear to be anti-Semitism

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