Today's Home Office media stories includes coverage of the Home Secretary's speech at the Police Superintendents’ Association conference, and an op-ed on the EU Settlement Scheme.
Today's leading stories include reaction to the launch of a national campaign to recruit 20,000 police officers and public opinion on police use of facial recognition. Police recruitment The Express reports that Prime Minister Boris Johnson declared that safe streets …
Today the Prime Minister and the Home Secretary have launched a national campaign to recruit 20,000 new police officers. The below factsheet details some of the key points of this announcement.
Today, the Office for National Statistics and the Home Office published their quarterly crime statistics, for the year ending March 2019. Our statement and updated factsheet is below. Minister of State for Policing and the Fire Service, Nick Hurd, said: …
Today's leading stories include the announcement of a public health duty of care to tackle knife crime and the levels of burglaries resulting in charges being brought.
Today's leading stories include coverage of technological innovations to help the police, the Anthony Grainger Inquest and drill music.
Today's leading stories include coverage of a sharp rise in stop-and-search, cannabis seizures figures, migrant boat incidents over the weekend and a report on the National Transfer Scheme. Sharp rise in stop and search Police attempts …
Today's leading stories include the calls for a review into Home Office privatised visa system and figures on police leave due to stress.
Today's leading story includes criticism from two police leaders on resources to combat county lines drugs gangs.
Today's leading story is the Home Secretary's announcement that call charges to the 101 non-emergency police number will be scrapped.