Five former Metropolitan Police chiefs have warned cuts to numbers and the “virtual destruction” of neighbourhood policing risk emasculating the force.
Public safety could be put at risk unless “profound and far-reaching” police reforms are urgently introduced, the chief inspector of constabulary has warned.
A stowaway whose body fell from a plane into a south London back garden may have been an airport worker, a Kenyan official has said.
Northern Ireland’s new police chief has formally assumed office.
A man has died after being found injured in a city street.
Without the acts of “bravery and heroism”, many more people would have been killed during the terrorist attack on London Bridge and Borough Market, a senior police officer has said.
A tagged hen harrier endured “significant unnecessary suffering” before it died in an illegal trap, a report has found.
A man who helped steal the Dear Zoo van, leading to the cancellation of the UK tour of the children’s play, has been jailed.
MSPs have called for greater clarity from the Scottish and UK Governments over how criminal justice and policing matters will be handled post-Brexit.
A war memorial in Swansea has been vandalised with red paint depicting anarchy symbols and slogans.
Pushchair parts have been found at a quarry in the search for a mother and son who disappeared more than 40 years ago.