Today’s Home Office stories include coverage of the Security Minister's upcoming speech on post-Brexit security, county lines, migrant Channel crossing incidents and knife crime.
Today’s Home Office stories include reports on the criticism of anti-stop and search campaigner by the parents of knife victims. Tackling knife crime The Times and Independent report on criticism of anti-stop and search campaigners by a mother whose teenage …
Today’s Home Office stories include the Home Secretary's comments on knife crime, the ongoing trials of members of neo-Nazi terror group National Action, and the findings of a report by the independent chief inspector of borders and immigration. More …
Today’s Home Office stories include the use of stop-and-search powers by police and calls for the drug known as Spice to be re-classified as a Class A drug.
Today’s Home Office stories include an interview with the Home Secretary on Online Child Sexual Exploitation and his phone call to the Metropolitan Police Commissioner to discuss the fight against knife crime.
On 2 October the Home Secretary set out a range of innovative new measures to address violent crime in the UK. The new package of announcements to be taken forward by the Government includes:
Today’s Home Office stories include reports on the Home Secretary's visit to the US to meet tech firms to discuss progress tackling online child sexual exploitation, and knife crime.
Today’s Home Office stories include yesterday's Home Affairs Select Committee, research into knife detectors and police funding in the Budget.
Today’s Home Office related stories include claims of fire staff reductions, enquiries on the Manchester Arena attacker Salman Abedi and further reports on violent crime.
The Minister for Crime, Safeguarding and Vulnerability, Victoria Atkins, has written for The Voice about the vital role of communities in tackling serious violence.