Today, the Home Office has released data on asset recovery using Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) powers for the past five years.
Today’s Home Office related stories include an £11 million expansion of Video Enabled Justice, and coverage of comments by the president of the Police Superintendents' Association of England and Wales on police resourcing and officer welfare.
Today’s Home Office coverage includes arr figures on the number of arrests at airports for drunken behaviour and rural crime.
Today's Home Office coverage includes action to tackle child sexual exploitation, hate crime statistics and the National Crime Agency's briefing on modern slavery.
News relevant to the Home Office today includes coverage of the four-week consultation on replacing landing cards and the future of the European Arrest Warrant. Landing cards consultation The Times has published a front page story about the Home Office …
There has been widespread media coverage of the police workforce statistics up to March 2017, which have been published today. The figures cover the 43 police forces in England and Wales and the British Transport Police. Minister for Policing and …
There are a number of routes through which those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire can get help and advice about immigration and passport related matters.
Media coverage relating to the Home Office today focuses on the announcements made during the Queen's Speech. There has also been further coverage of funding for the Metropolitan Police and of the Grenfell Fire tower.
Today's Home Office news coverage relates to the terrorist attack in Finsbury Park and the on-going efforts to help those affected by the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
The Home Office yesterday confirmed that the family of Syrian national Mohammad Alhajali, who was the first victim of the Grenfell fire to be formally identified, have been assisted in making arrangements for their travel to the UK. The Home …