On Sunday 29 March 2015, Norfolk and Suffolk emergency services including Norfolk Constabulary, Norfolk Fire and Rescue and the East of England Ambulance Service will be running a multi-agency training exercise inside Chapelfield Shopping Centre and the immediate surrounding area.
The exercise will start at 6.30pm and continue until 1am on Monday 30 March.
During this time there will be a large number of fire, ambulance and police vehicles outside the shopping centre and members of the public may see an increased police and emergency services presence in the immediate vicinity while the exercise is live.
The exercise itself will be taking place inside the venue and should therefore cause minimal disruption to residents and visitors in the surrounding area. The organisers of this event have been liaising with owners and there should only be minor interruptions to usual business on the evening with the carpark and restaurants open as usual. Police officers and staff will...
A man has been sentenced to over four years in prison and been ordered to sign the sex offenders register for 10 years for possession with intent to supply Amphetamine (Class B) and possession of indecent images.
Michael Shaw (09/08/1968) of Copsterhill Road, Oldham was sentenced today to four years and two months in prison and ordered to sign the sex offenders register for 10 years today – Friday 27 March 2015 – at Minshull Street Crown Court.
In the early hours of Saturday 6 September 2014, Shaw was stopped whilst on his pedal bike on Honeywell Lane, Oldham by police who were patrolling the Hathershaw area of the town following a spate of burglaries.
He was found to be carrying a number of tools that could potentially be used for a burglary and unable to account for his whereabouts over the previous few hours and so he was arrested....
Detectives investigating the murder of a woman in Bournemouth have found a car they were trying to trace.
At 3.26pm on Wednesday 25 March 2015, police discovered the body of a woman aged in her early 40s in a flat in Avon Close in the Springbourne area after concerns were raised that she had not arrived at work as expected.
A murder investigation was launched, led by detectives from Dorset Police’s Major Crime Investigation Team.
On Thursday 26 March 2015, officers appealed for the public’s help to trace a Peugeot 308 estate hire car with theregistration HN14 HWC.
Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Inspector Mark Samuel said: “We have now recovered this vehicle from the London area and I would like to thank the public for their help.
“I am still keen to hear from anyone who saw this vehicle being driven in Dorset...
Forty-seven people have been charged and two people have been sentenced following dawn raids in South East London on Tuesday, 24 March to dismantle organised criminal networks suspected of committing hundreds of offences including burglary, theft, fraud, motor vehicle crime, drug dealing, money laundering and violent crime.
The following people have been charged and will appear in court in April: [A] Richard Huston, 36 (27.07.1978) of no fixed abode has been charged with four counts of burglary and one count of theft.
He has been remanded in custody and will appear at Bexley Magistrates Court on Tuesday, 7 April.
[B] Luke Huston, 38 (31.03.1976) of Birling Road, Erith has been charged with five counts of burglary, four counts of theft and one count of fraud.
He has been remanded in custody and will appear at Inner London Crown Court on Thursday,16 April.
A man who kept thousands of indecent images of children and took photos from his bedroom window of children playing outside has been jailed.
Anthony Jolly (10/04/1964) of Rosa Grove, Higher Broughton has today – Friday 27 March 2015 – been sentenced at Crown Square Crown Court to 3 years in prison and given a Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO).
On Thursday 30 October 2014, a member of the public who was travelling on a bus in Eccles found a memory card which he took home to try and identify the owner.
When the man got home and plugged the memory card in, he found a number of indecent images of children and immediately contacted the police.
Amongst the images stored on the card, there were a number of photos of children playing which appeared to have been taken from a bedroom window.