Commission reports on Police and Racism, ten years on from the Macpherson Inquiry

A decade after the Macpherson Inquiry into the death of Stephen Lawrence, the police service across England and Wales has made significant progress in dealing with race equality issues, according to a report issued today by the Equality and Human Rights Commission

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Crackdown on metal theft

A new clampdown on the growing problem of metal theft, estimated to cost the country £360 million each year, was announced today by Home Office Minister Alan Campbell

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Stronger public voice for local policing in Merseyside

Home Secretary Jacqui Smith today joined Merseyside Police to witness their work with local communities to tackle crime and deliver the new Policing Pledge to local people.

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Building public confidence in the fight against crime

Victims and witnesses who have successfully spoken out against crime and anti-social behaviour were praised today by the Neighbourhood Crime and Justice Adviser Louise Casey on a visit to Sheffield.

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London Probation commended for tackling alcohol related offending

Justice Minister David Hanson MP today praised London Probation's work in helping to steer offenders who misuse alcohol away from a life of crime.

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Stronger voice on local crime priorities for people of Luton

The positive impact of neighbourhood policing and the growing involvement of communities in the fight against crime was witnessed first hand by Home Secretary Jacqui Smith more...

Home Secretary unveils next phase in national billboard campaign to unite communities against knife crime

The next phase in a new national billboard campaign featuring young people standing together against knife crime was unveiled today by Home Secretary Jacqui Smith, on a vis more...

Norwich's success in tackling crime praised by Home Office Minister

An award winning crime fighting partnership that helped to cut serious violent crime by 56 per cent in Norwich has been praised by Home Office Minister Alan Campbell on a v more...

Specials Help Police Tackle Anti-Social Behaviour

Volunteer police officers will patrol alongside full-time officers in neighbourhoods across the country to help clamp-down on anti-social behaviour over the Halloween/Bonfi more...

Extra patrols to keep young people safe as the nights draw in

An extra £3 million to keep young people safe in the ten Tackling Knives Action Programme police forces was announced today by Home Secretary Jacqui Smith, as part of the more...

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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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