Operation Limit sees high numbers of positive drink and drug driving tests
The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) and the Forensic Science Regulator (FSR) have now concluded their reviews into Synlab Laboratory Services Limited’s (Synlab) analysis of drug driving samples, specifically Section 5A Road Traffic Act toxicology testing for controlled drugs.
The head of UK Football Policing has praised fans who travelled to the World Cup in Qatar for their exemplary behaviour throughout the tournament.
Police chiefs have welcomed today’s constructive meeting with the Prime Minister and Home Secretary to discuss the response to criminal activism involved in some protest movements.
Police chiefs warn anyone getting behind the wheel after a drink or two during the world cup and festive parties that they face the prospect of ending up behind bars this festive season.
Police across the UK and the commonwealth support the largest ever ceremonial operation for the mourning period of Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II.
Police chiefs warn anyone getting behind the wheel after a festive drink or two that they face the prospect of ending up behind bars this Christmas.
Police in England and Wales have processed a total of 94,368 fixed penalty notices for breaches of Coronavirus restrictions up to 14 March 2021.
All forces are reviewing their preparedness for protests and their readiness to provide mutual aid where required.
Provisional data from police forces in England and Wales shows police recorded crime is twelve per cent lower than in the same period as 2019. Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) given to the public for breaches of Coronavirus Regulations rose as national restrictions were implemented in England.
In the Daily Telegraph today, NPCC Chair Martin Hewitt reflects on how we policed the pandemic in 2020 and how we will police the new lockdown. You can read the full copy from this Op-ed here.
Police use of force statistics have been released today, offering unprecedented transparency to the public