Today’s Home Office related coverage includes claims made around police funding, and an investigation into the alleged manipulation of forensic evidence.
Today’s front page of the Mirror claims the government has “secretly slashed” police budgets by £413 million. This is inaccurate.
The Guardian has today (Saturday, 11 November) featured an interview with Neil Basu, Deputy Assistant Commissioner, at the Metropolitan Police Service. The officer spoke about neighbourhood policing and the threat from Islamist and far-right terrorism in the UK. He was …
Last night (Thursday, 2 November) the BBC News at Ten concluded its special series on gun and knife crime with a focus on stop and search and police resources. The programme reported that the number of crimes involving guns or knives …
Today's Home Office-related coverage includes the Home Secretary's speech at a policing summit, the Bishop James Jones report into the experience of Hillsborough families, an extradition case, and the Home Office's foreign aid spending.
Today’s media stories related to the Home Office include coverage on calls for further funding for police forces and possible counter-terrorism measures.
Today’s Home Office stories of interest include reports on investigations into cannabis factories, and further coverage of the Metropolitan Police no longer investigating some low-level crimes.
There are a number of high-profile stories relevant to the Home Office running this morning with coverage of police funding, new immigration checks on bank account holders, and funding for an investigation into child sexual abuse allegations.
Following reports in broadcast media, please find the Home Office’s response to changes to police use of force rules to increase transparency following the Shaw Review. A Home Office spokesperson said: Our police reforms have overhauled the previous cumbersome regime of …
Today's Home Office media coverage includes reports on the Prime Minister's outline of proposals for the rights of EU citizens living in the UK and on calls from the National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) for a discussion on police funding.