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Warning Over Community Penalties
Probation union Napo has warned that limited resources are undermining the effectiveness of community penalties despite £40m of ex...
Offender Body Attacked on Secrecy
The Information Commissioner's Office has criticised the National Offender Management Service for failing to abide by rules on fre...
Rice: Women’s Protection Laws Not Enough,...
Creating laws to protect women’s rights and safety are not enough, according to U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Rather t...
Man Charged with Attempted Kidnap -...
A 37-year-old man from Seedley has been charged with attempted kidnap.
Flytipping Fencer from Little Hulton Fined
A flytipper who has repeatedly dumped waste in Salford has been sentenced and fined.
Community Orders to Replace Custody
Attempts to find alternatives to prison sentences, such as community orders, will be backed by a cash injection of £40m, justice m...
Smith Pledges Gang Crackdown
Home secretary Jacqui Smith has pledged to do more to tackle gang culture.
Straw Cautions on Sentences
The justice secretary has warned judges, magistrates and MPs not to "overreact" to recent media coverage of serious crimes by incr...
First Conviction from Salford Traffic Warden...
Cyclist threatens to 'behead' NCP car park attendant
Straw Scraps TV Court Plan
Jack Straw has ended plans to allow parts of court cases in England and Wales to be shown on TV, the Guardian reports.
£1 million in Higher Funding to...
The government has announced increased funding as part of efforts to curb domestic and sexual violence.
Broughton Terror Teen gets ASBO
A Broughton teenager who terrorised his neighbourhood for more than three years has been given a 2 year anti-social behaviour orde...
Police Take Student's DNA for £2.40...
A university student has been forced to give his DNA to police because he failed to buy a £2.40 rail fare.
Armed Robbers Remanded in Custody
32-year-old Scott Howarth from Manifold Street, Salford was today remanded in custody until May following an initial hearing at S...
Parole System Criticised for Failing to...
The way prison inmates are assessed for parole has been criticised by the National Audit Office (NAO).
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