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Salford's ongoing burglary problem - despite...
by Mark Bright Figures obtained by the Conservative Party show that Salford still has a problem with burglary.
Looking back on law lords
In the week that the law lords – the UK's traditional 'court of last resort' – leave the House of Lords, ePolitix.com looks at the...
'Car-Cramming' Reaches All Time High With...
Young people feeling the squeeze of the credit crunch are overcrowding their cars in an attempt to save cash, according to Swinton...
Knife campaign fails targets - GMP...
Home Office figures have shown that the high-profile campaign against knife crime has not reduced the number of stabbings.
Freedom of Information Act extended -...
by Mark Bright The Freedom of Information Act looks set to be extended to include four new bodies.
New powers for Salfords parking attendants
Selfish drivers who double park or block dropped kerbs with their vehicles are the target of new powers for Salford's parking atte...
Punish vandals 'by taking phones away'
Taking mobile phones and bikes from troublemakers who persistently cause mayhem in their local communities could deter them from g...
'Al Capone' tactics in crime fight
Home secretary Alan Johnson has endorsed an 'Al Capone style' policy of using tax powers to target organised crime.
The decline of probation officers
Baroness Stern highlights the fall in the number of qualified probation officers in the probation service, ahead of her Lords ques...
Salford gets £200k to tackle teen...
by Mark Bright Salford council will be handed an extra £200,000 by the government to handle the problem of binge-drinking in Sa...
MPs urge debate on police protest...
In the wake of the G20 protests, a Commons select committee has called for public debate on the way major demonstrations are polic...
'Teething problems' for Soca
The Serious and Organised Crime Agency has experienced some "teething problems" since it was established in April 2006, the body's...
Knife murder sentences to be reviewed
The government is to review minimum knife murder sentences, the justice secretary has announced.
'Guardens' Protect Homes From Intruders
Leading home insurance retailer Swinton is advising homeowners that gardens can play an important role in guarding their home from...
Dedicated North West workers sought for...
The fourth annual national Tackling Drugs Changing Lives Awards, designed to recognise, reward and celebrate the work being done b...
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