Volunteers to be given voice in the justice system says Malik

Justice Minister, Shahid Malik has been appointed as first Champion for volunteering

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Criminal age to be raised to 12 in Scotland

The age of criminal responsibility at which children can be prosecuted in adult criminal courts will be raised to twelve. This will bring Scots law into line with jurisdictions across Europe and implement a key recommendation of the 2002 Scottish Law Commission report

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Communities fighting crime in Nottingham

A group of residents in Nottingham, who are working alongside the council and the police to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour in their area, saw offenders doing Community Payback as part of a visit to the city by the Government's Crime and Justice Adviser, Louise Casey

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Operation Staysafe weekend - Do you know where your child is tonight?

120 children were safely returned to their homes after being found unsupervised on the streets late on Friday night, Home Secretary Jacqui Smith has announced

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Let's keep crime down

 A new £1.6 million national crime prevention campaign has been launched by Home Secretary Jacqui Smith

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Stronger power to tackle gangs

A new power to prevent gang-related violence will be introduced in the Policing and Crime Bill, Home Secretary Jacqui Smith announced

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Interim Chief Executive takes over at Criminal Records Bureau

The Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) announced Steve Long has been appointed as its interim chief executive

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Major retailers say no to knife crime

Major British retailers have joined forces with the Government and the police as part of a new crackdown on knife crime launched by Home Secretary Jacqui Smith

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Home Secretary leads new burglary crackdown

Representatives from charities, public and private sector organisations including the police, Association of British Insurers, Age Concern, Citizens Advice Bureau and Norwi more...

Blears - help for those escaping gang crime

A new scheme to provide safe accommodation for people at serious risk of violence associated with gang or weapon crime will begin this month in Southwark

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Editor's Feature
Professor Anne Ludbrook
Health Economist,
NICE

Professor Anne Ludbrook outlines the importance of making alcohol less affordable if we are to save thousands...


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