Today's newspapers and broadcasters report on the police pay award for 2017/18, while the Independent and Evening Standard have launched a joint investigation into modern slavery.
Today's newspapers report that the Government is set to raise police officers' pay above 1% and that there has been an increase in the number of EU nationals returned to their home country from the UK.
Today's news coverage includes reports that the Metropolitan Police has requested further funding for its investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.
Today's media coverage includes reports on migration statistics, the Home Secretary's commission to the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) on students, Home Office letters sent in error to EU citizens and images stored on the Police National Database.
Today, the Sun carried a comment piece by the Home Secretary on the importance of the Prevent strategy. This week there has been extensive media coverage of comments by Commander Dean Haydon (head of Counter-terrorism command at the Metropolitan Police) …
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 …