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.
Today's Home Office stories covers a report on the new Emergency Service Network communication system, deportations and Immigration Enforcement work.
Today's Home Office in the media stories include an announcement around police pursuits and a report into policing by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and the Fire and Rescue Service (HMICFRS). Police pursuits There is widespread coverage of a Home Office …
Today's Home Office in the media stories include police screening crimes and a report on the challenges of tackling online child sexual abuse images. Police crime screening There is widespread coverage of comments by Greater Manchester Police chief constable Ian …
The Home Secretary has offered the Metropolitan Police his full support following an update on the police response to the demonstrations in central London. Receiving an update from Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick this morning, the Home Secretary said that despite …
Today's Home Office stories include reports on funding for police, the anniversary of WPC Yvonne Fletcher's death and a Court ruling on Paragraph 322(5) .
Today's Home Office stories include reports on police response to stalking, Windrush compensation and firefighters working as police special constables
Today's Home Office stories include the start of the Serious Violence Summit at No10 and a consultation on a public health approach to serious violence, and reports on online knife sales and fraud.