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The National Police Chiefs’ Council lead for Rape has said the police will implement any recommendations from the end-to-end review of rape that would provide a better service for victims.
Police officers, staff and volunteers from forces across the country have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
Police recorded crime is nine per cent lower than in the same period as 2019, provisional data from forces in England and Wales show.
Police in England and Wales have processed a total of 115,203 fixed penalty notices for breaches of Coronavirus restrictions up to 16 May 2021.
More than 250 weapons have been seized and 1,100 people arrested as part of the latest county lines intensification week.
A year on from George Floyd’s murder by a US police officer, policing leaders have reaffirmed their resolution to deliver changes that will earn the confidence of Black people.
Amid the encouraging signs of the lockdown easing, NPCC Chair Martin Hewitt urges people to keep following the rules, with police also playing their part to help the UK beat COVID-19.
Professor Paul Taylor has been appointed as the first National Policing Chief Scientific Adviser.
Over 7,500 knives have been seized and surrendered as part of a coordinated effort to tackle knife crime across England and Wales.
Police recorded crime is 12 per cent lower than in the same period as 2020, provisional data from forces in England and Wales show.
Police forces across the nation have recovered over a thousand stolen catalytic converters and arrested more than 50 people as part of a joint operation to tackle catalytic converter theft.
Police in England and Wales have processed a total of 110,322 fixed penalty notices for breaches of Coronavirus restrictions up to 18 April 2021.