In the news today there are reports on police stop-and-search powers and the conviction of two people smugglers stopped by Border Force officers in Northern France.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd writes about important reforms to stop and search powers and how progress has been made with its use.
Today, the Mail on Sunday’s front page reports nearly 400 stations with front counters allowing the public to talk face-to-face with officers have been shut down across England and Wales in less than ten years.
The main Home Office stories in the media today relate to the crime and police workforce statistics and the second round of EU negotiations.
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 …
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-related media coverage includes articles focusing on the criminal justice system's response to stalking and harassment, further coverage around firefighter pay and reporting on new female genital mutilation figures.
Today's newspaper coverage includes articles focusing on comments made by the independent reviewer of terrorism legislation around extremist online content and calls for the government to publish a review into deaths in police custody. This morning's Victoria Derbyshire Show also …
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.
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.