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Two Held in Swinton for Armed...
Cumbrian detectives today arrested a 32-year-old man and a 31-year-old woman from Salford in connection with a robbery at the Bank...
Ministers to Address Anti-social Drinking
Ministers will today unveil a series of measures to tackle anti-social drinking.
No Room for let up in...
Environment Minister Jonathan Shaw was in Manchester today to urge the public and local authorities to continue the fight for clea...
Partnership Reduces Commercial Robbery in Salford...
Commercial robbery has been reduced by 49% in the last year due to a joint initiative between Salford Division GMP and Salford Cit...
Man Arrested During Drugs Raid -...
A 39-year-old man has been arrested following a drugs raid on a house in Salford this morning, Monday 3 March 2008.
Police 'to Learn Sharia Law'
Police officers are to learn about the Koran and Sharia law as part of moves to help prevent violent extremism, according to a lea...
Straw Drops Prostitution Law
The Guardian reports that the government is to drop key parts of its Criminal Justice and Immigration Bill, including a crackdown ...
Local Authorities Warned Over 'Obligations' to...
Local authorities were warned by the House of Lords today that they cannot "side-step" the full obligations they may owe to troubl...
Minister Defends DNA Database
The Home Office has defended DNA retention ahead of a case in the European Courts of Human Rights which could see 500,000 names re...
Calls For Stricter Bail Laws
A survey completed by the Ministry of Justice has found that almost one in seven people charged with murder were released on bail ...
UK's Illegal Drug Habit 'Costs Society...
Illegal drug use in the UK has cost society £110 billion in the past ten years, according to the drug and alcohol treatment charit...
Brown and Smith Unveil New Neighbourhood...
The prime minster and home secretary have today unveiled new plans to change neighbourhood policing policies.
New Licensing Laws a 'Failure'
The relaxation of pub and bar opening hours has been a failure, a new government-commissioned report will say.
Lawyers Resign from IPCC
More than 100 specialist lawyers have resigned from the Independent Police Complaints Commission's (IPCC's) advisory board in what...
Twenty Young people Caught Truanting in...
A two-day truancy sweep in Cheetham resulted in twenty young people being caught out of school without a valid reason.
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