Police

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Three teenagers charged after man attacked on tram platform

Three teenagers charged after man attacked on tram platform

Three teenagers charged after man attacked on tram platform

Another teenagers has also been arrested and is being questioned by police

Monday, March 26, 2018

Monday, March 26, 2018

Mother of police officer killed in France terror attack speaks out

Mother of police officer killed in France terror attack speaks out

Mother of police officer killed in France terror attack speaks out

The mother said she does not feel hatred towards the killer

Friday, March 23, 2018

Friday, March 23, 2018

Police release CCTV of burglary where suspects were armed with hammers

Police release CCTV footage of burglary suspects armed with hammers

Police release CCTV footage of burglary suspects armed with hammers

Police are asking for anyone with information to come forward

Gunman holding hostages at supermarket in France

Three dead after gunman holds hostages at supermarket in France

Three dead after gunman holds hostages at supermarket in France

The gunman has been shot dead by police

National Puppy Day: Two stolen puppies finally returned home

National Puppy Day: Stolen puppies returned home

National Puppy Day: Stolen puppies returned home

The Jack Russell puppies are said to be traumatised and allegedly left without food and water

An organisation called the Consulting Association kept secret files on thousands of trade union members

Police infiltrated unions to gather information for construction worker blacklist

Police infiltrated unions to gather information for construction worker blackli

The police and Special Branch infiltrated trade unions and provided information to the construction industry about a blacklist of workers

Thursday, March 22, 2018

Thursday, March 22, 2018

13 suspected drug dealers 'killed by police in Philippines'

13 suspected drug dealers 'killed by police in Philippines'

13 suspected drug dealers 'killed by police in Philippines'

A police chief has said more than 100 people were arrested in an anti-drugs operation

999: 'Something has to give as police officers are struggling, but it can't be safety', says Police Federation

999 call delays: 'Officers are struggling from a mental health perspective', says Police Federation

Police Federation: Officers are struggling with welfare and mental health

Some 999 calls which should be dealt with in an hour are being dealt with in a mater of days

Primary school installs 10ft fence to fight 'extensive problems with crime'

Primary school installs 10ft fence to fight 'extensive problems with crime'

Primary school installs 10ft fence to fight 'extensive problems with crime'

Twickenham Primary School in Birmingham erect fence after it was alleged children were subject to intimidation

Police are sometimes taking days to respond to emergency calls as system faces severe strain, finds watchdog

999 calls often unanswered for days by ‘overwhelmed’ police

999 calls often unanswered for days by ‘overwhelmed’ police

Police are sometimes taking days to respond to emergency calls as system faces severe strain, finds watchdog

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Ant McPartlin: 'I thought there was a chap called Anton Dec', says Stanley Johnson

Ant McPartlin: 'I thought there was a chap called Anton Dec', says Stanley Johnson

'I thought Ant and Dec was one person called Anton Dec', says Stanley Johnson

Stanley Johnson says he's 100% sure Ant and Dec will 'come bouncing back'

'Ant McPartlin should have a driver, it's as simple as that', says Edwina Currie

'Ant McPartlin should have a driver, it's as simple as that', says Edwina Currie

'Ant McPartlin should have a driver, it's as simple as that', says Edwina Currie

Edwina Currie says big stars have to set themselves higher standards than ordinary people

Friday, March 16, 2018

Friday, March 16, 2018

Woman jailed for fraud after taking money from victim she was caring for

Woman jailed for fraud after taking money from victim she was caring for

Woman jailed for fraud after taking money from victim she was caring for

Lesley Smith was supposed to look after the finances of an elderly woman, however used the money herself

The bodies were found at Twickenham and Birling Gap

Family death mystery: Mother stabbed while rest of family fell from height, police say

Family death mystery: Mother stabbed while husband, sons fell from height

Officers gave an update after police found the bodies in near-simultaneous discoveries in Twickenham and East Sussex on March 5.

Protestors in Madrid clash with security forces over death of immigrant

Protestors in Madrid clash with security forces over death of immigrant

Protestors in Madrid clash with security forces over death of immigrant

Security forces had stones thrown at them by the protestors who also set fire to bins as well as a motorbike

Egyptian student's family say her death could have been prevented by police in Nottingham

Egyptian student's family say her death could have been prevented by police in Nottingham

Egyptian student's family say her death could have been prevented by police

Mariam Moustafa was left in a coma after a street assault in February and passed away this week

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Hit and run suspect buried car in back garden in attempt to hide from police

Hit-and-run suspect buried car in back garden in attempt to hide from police

Hit-and-run suspect buried car in back garden in attempt to hide from police

A man suspected of hitting three people has been detained by police in China

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

LGBT fundraisers subjected to 'more than 100 hate incidents whilst working on market stall'

LGBT fundraisers subjected to 'more than 100 hate incidents whilst working on market stall'

LGBT fundraisers 'subjected to abuse whilst working on market stall'

Warwickshire Pride claims the abuse went on for around three hours

Monday, March 12, 2018

Monday, March 12, 2018

Man shot dead after attacking soldier outside Iranian ambassador's residence in Austria

Man shot dead after attacking soldier outside Iranian ambassador's residence in Austria

Man shot dead after attacking soldier outside Iranian ambassador's residence

The 26-year-old had stabbed the guard with a knife

Boy aged just 14 charged with murder of man near London nursery

Boy aged just 14 charged with murder of man near London nursery

Boy aged just 14 charged with murder of man near London nursery

Kelva Smith was discovered with several stab wounds on a street in South Norwood last week

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Thursday, March 8, 2018

First person convicted under new sexism laws in Belgium

First person convicted under new sexism laws in Belgium

First person convicted under new sexism laws in Belgium

The man is said to have told a female police officer that her job is not for women

Hundreds of police officers investigating nerve agent attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal

Hundreds of police officers investigating nerve agent attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal

Hundreds of police officers investigating nerve agent attack on Sergei Skripal

The former Russian spy, his daughter and the first police officer on the scene are all critically ill in hospital

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

The man was fined for wasting police time

Man told police wife was suicidal... to get his leaky ceiling looked at

Man told police wife was suicidal... to get his leaky ceiling looked at

Prankster fined for wasting police time after ridiculous stunt in Kensington and Chelsea

Monday, March 5, 2018

Monday, March 5, 2018

'At illegal raves there may not be anyone to help you if something goes wrong', says club owner

'At illegal raves there may not be anyone to help you if something goes wrong', says club owner

'At illegal raves there may not be anyone to help you if something goes wrong'

The number of illegal raves in London has almost doubled since 2016

Officers found two firearms and a hunting knife

Five men guilty of gun offences after Notting Hill Carnival raid

Five men guilty of gun offences after Notting Hill Carnival raid

Five men face jail after officers raided their car just yards from Carnival route.

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Woman admits making 32 nuisance 999 and 111 phone calls

Woman admits making 32 nuisance 999 and 111 phone calls

Woman admits making 32 nuisance 999 and 111 phone calls

It is claimed the woman was often drunk during the calls

UK cannabis market dominated by 'skunk', research shows

UK cannabis market dominated by skunk, research shows

UK cannabis market dominated by skunk, research shows

Experts are concerned about the mental health implications of using strong cannabis

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Information on neglect was not shared between professionals  before mother killed baby

Portsmouth baby murder: Key information was not shared by professionals beforehand, review finds

Key information was not shared before Portsmouth baby murder, review finds

A case review has discovered information about 'early signs of neglect' was not adequate passed on to the relevant authorities

Senior police officer resigns over 'racist views posted under fake name'

Senior police officer resigns over 'racist views posted under fake name'

Senior police officer resigns over 'racist views posted under fake name'

A police officer in Australia has said he regrets the type of language used on the account

Monday, February 26, 2018

Monday, February 26, 2018

Pensioner arrested on suspicion of murdering 82-year-old husband

Pensioner arrested on suspicion of murdering 82-year-old husband

Pensioner arrested on suspicion of murdering 82-year-old husband

It is thought the man was suffering with terminal cancer at the time of his death

German food bank vandalised with 'Nazi' graffiti following ban on new migrants

German food bank vandalised with 'Nazi' graffiti following ban on new migrants

German food bank vandalised with 'Nazi' graffiti following ban on new migrants

Charity Essener Tafel announced last week it would start asking clients for German identity documents

'Overcrowding shows rail industry is a victim of its own success', says campaigner

'Overcrowding shows rail industry is a victim of its own success', says campaigner

'Overcrowding shows rail industry is a victim of its own success'

The police had to be called out to a train station as rail replacement buses were overcrowded

Friday, February 23, 2018

Friday, February 23, 2018

Couple 'kept adopted children locked up for up to 12 hours with no food or light'

Couple 'kept adopted children locked up for up to 12 hours with no food or light'

Couple 'kept children locked up for up to 12 hours with no food or light'

It is alleged Benito and Carol Gutierrez only allowed the children to use a bucket as a toilet while locked up

South African police continue to search for kidnapped British couple after a week and a half

South African police continue to search for kidnapped British couple after 10 days

South African police continue to search for kidnapped British couple

The couple were allegedly kidnapped near a popular tourist area

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Hooper's team had an explanation for both 'offences'

London police officer who 'stole colleague's tin of biscuits' cleared of misconduct

London police officer 'stole colleague's biscuits and used car siren to speed'

Thomas Hooper stood accused of taking colleague's biscuits from storage cupboard and using police siren to speed

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

David Seal attempted to drive away while the officer was still inside his car

Reckless driver who attempted breakneck getaway as officer hung off side of his car jailed

Reckless driver who tried breakneck escape as officer hung off his car jailed

Officer was halfway inside David Seal's car when he sped away

Drunk police superintendent attacked taxi driver over 'fear of kidnap'

Drunk police superintendent attacked taxi driver over 'fear of kidnap'

Drunk police superintendent attacked taxi driver over 'fear of kidnap'

Robert James Kirman admitted to criminal damage, assault and a public order offence

Driver racially abused and punched in the face in Leicester

Driver racially abused and punched in the face in Leicester

Driver racially abused and punched in the face in Leicester

Police are searching for the suspect who was thought to be driving a black Ford Focus Titanium

Monday, February 19, 2018

Monday, February 19, 2018

British teenage murder suspect Bradley Blundell 'on the run in Ibiza'

British teenage murder suspect Bradley Blundell 'on the run in Ibiza'

British teenage murder suspect 'on the run in Ibiza'

A reward of up to £10,000 has been offered for information leading to Bradley Blundell's arrest

Police track down family of First World War soldier after finding letter to his 'only friend'

Police track down family of First World War soldier after finding letter to his 'only friend'

Police track down family of First World War soldier after finding letter

Police were able to find the family by posting about the letter on Twitter

Mike Graham reveals 'strange phenomena' happens when he's out with his daughter

Mike Graham reveals 'strange phenomena' happens when he's out with his daughter

Mike Graham: 'I can feel people accusing me when I'm out with my daughter'

Father Karl Pollard was accused of being a paedophile after checking into a Travelodge with his daughter

Australian MP reported to police over Facebook gun photo

Australian MP reported to police over 'greenie punk' Facebook gun photo

Australian MP reported to police over Facebook gun photo

George Christensen claims the photo was in reference to environmentalists

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Six stabbed as 'drunken man' goes on rampage through Paris

Six stabbed as 'drunken man' goes on rampage through Paris

Six stabbed as 'drunken man' goes on rampage through Paris

Police have now detained the suspect who is to be questioned

Monday, February 12, 2018

Monday, February 12, 2018

The Royal Navy has sent specialist crews to assist the operation

Thames WW2 bomb: Police say device won't be moved until tomorrow

Police say device won't be moved until tomorrow

Police say the 500kg shell is trapped in dense silt and specialist teams are working to free it so it can be floated away

Indonesian maid dies after 'suffering abuse and sleeping outside with dog'

Indonesian maid dies after 'suffering abuse and sleeping outside with dog'

Indonesian maid dies after 'suffering abuse and sleeping outside with dog'

The 21-year-old allegedly had infected wounds and severe head and face injuries

Friday, February 9, 2018

Friday, February 9, 2018

The male officer's hand was slashed by a knife during the struggle

Knife-wielding teenager injures two officers before being arrested

Knife-wielding teenager injures two officers before being arrested

Police officers treated for injuries after being attacked in Downham

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Edwin Allen has been jailed for 14 years

Police officers hailed for rescuing battered woman from ex-partner's 'horrific' 5am attack

Police officers hailed for rescuing battered woman from ex-partner's attack

Women suffered broken nose, neck and jaw in the attack

South Korean police officer 'forced 100 others to watch porn whilst on duty'

South Korean police officer 'forced 100 others to watch porn whilst on duty'

South Korean police officer 'forced 100 others to watch porn whilst on duty'

It is claimed the man made conscripted officers watch porn whilst they were waiting or travelling

Couple arrested for 'keeping pregnant women at home and creating baby factory' in Nigeria

Couple arrested for 'keeping pregnant women at home and creating baby factory' in Nigeria

Couple arrested for 'keeping pregnant women at home and creating baby factory'

Adeola Adebayo and Rita Adebayo are suspected of selling women's babies without consent

Chinese police officers use facial recognition glasses to find suspects

Chinese police officers use facial recognition glasses to find suspects

Chinese police officers use facial recognition glasses to find suspects

The officers are stationed at the Zhengzhou East high-speed rail station

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Brawl breaks out in Asda over reduced item section (Twitter/GMP)

Brawl breaks out in Asda over reduced item section

Brawl breaks out in Asda over reduced item section

The police have criticised those involved for wasting police time

Gunman detained in France after firing shots in street

Gunman detained in France after firing shots in street

Gunman detained in France after firing shots in street

It is not yet clear what the man's motivation was

Friday, February 2, 2018

Friday, February 2, 2018

Migrants clash in Calais leaving four teenagers in critical condition

Migrants clash in Calais leaving four teenagers in critical condition

Migrants clash in Calais leaving four teenagers in critical condition

Two police officers were injured and 18 migrants also had to be taken to hospital

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Paris terror attack suspect to appear in Brussels over police shooting

Paris terror attack suspect to appear in Brussels over police shooting

Paris terror attack suspect to appear in Brussels over police shooting

Salah Abdeslam will stand trial for allegedly being involved in a shooting with police in March 2016

Man who bragged about killing boy online sentenced to life imprisonment

Marcel Hesse: Man who bragged about killing boy online sentenced to life imprisonment

Man who bragged about killing boy online sentenced to life imprisonment

Marcel Hesse also killed a man who had confronted him about killing the boy

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