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Daily Mirror
Guns posted from America are fuelling gang warfareGuns posted from America are helping to fuel a resurgence of gang warfare in Br
Guns posted from America are fuelling gang warfare
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
Guns posted from America are helping to fuel a resurgence of gang warfare in Britain. And many are simply being sent in parcels through the post. Glock pistols and Ruger handguns are known to be among the weapons that have been smuggled into the UK... Read more
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Bolton News
Top cop Sir Peter Fahy emails Bolton cyclist 'at 10.30pm on a Friday' to explain why police did not investigate road smashGREATER Manchester's chief constable Sir Peter Fahy has personally written to a
Top cop Sir Peter Fahy emails Bolton cyclist 'at 10.30pm on a Friday' to explain why police did not investigate road smash
Bolton News / Posted 2 days ago
GREATER Manchester's chief constable Sir Peter Fahy has personally written to a Bolton cyclist to explain why police did not investigate when he was knocked off his bike. Sir Peter's letter comes as he warned this week that Greater Manchester Police... Read more
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Bury Times
Cyclist hit in head on collision with motorists 'astonished' after police refuse to investigateA BURY businessman said he was left "astonished" when police informed him they
Cyclist hit in head on collision with motorists 'astonished' after police refuse to investigate
Bury Times / Posted 3 days ago
A BURY businessman said he was left "astonished" when police informed him they were taking no further action against a driver who knocked him off his bike. Richard Hearne was on his way to work at the junction of Tong Road in Little Lever, Bolton,... Read more
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International Business Times
Birmingham police appeal for information on missing 15-year-old schoolgirl Leah Musgrove Police in Birmingham have made an urgent appeal for information on the whereabo
Birmingham police appeal for information on missing 15-year-old schoolgirl Leah Musgrove
International Business Times / Posted 5 days ago
Police in Birmingham have made an urgent appeal for information on the whereabouts of a 15-year-old schoolgirl who has not been seen in over 48 hours. Leah Musgrove, from Small Heath, was last seen at about 6pm on Saturday 22 August when she left... Read more
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Bolton News
Government must come clean over 'secret £75m cuts', says town's police commissionerBOLTON'S police and crime commissioner has hit out at "secret" government cuts
Government must come clean over 'secret £75m cuts', says town's police commissioner
Bolton News / Posted 9 days ago
BOLTON'S police and crime commissioner has hit out at "secret" government cuts which could leave GMP short by another £75 million. Complex changes to the police funding formula look set to leave the force facing further cuts, on top of £275 million... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Is it appropriate for police to taunt Manchester United fans on Twitter?Sir Peter Fahy said that ‘cheap digs’ between Blues and Reds fans are just ‘par
Is it appropriate for police to taunt Manchester United fans on Twitter?
Daily Mirror / Posted 16 days ago
Sir Peter Fahy said that ‘cheap digs’ between Blues and Reds fans are just ‘part of life in Manchester’. A row began on social media following an incident at the National Football Museum. Theft at Football Museum yesterday, thief steals a red scarf... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Police count cost of missing people alerts « Shropshire StarBill Longmore said he was fully in agreement with top cop Sir Peter Fahy, who s
Police count cost of missing people alerts « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 19 days ago
Bill Longmore said he was fully in agreement with top cop Sir Peter Fahy, who said this week it was an “unsustainable” burden. Sir Peter, of Greater Manchester Police (GMP), said other police work was being compromised by thousands of calls that... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Arrest of drugs kingpins 'sparked spate of turf war shootingsArresting drugs kingpins sparked rise in turf war shooting across Greater Manch
Arrest of drugs kingpins 'sparked spate of turf war shootings
Daily Mirror / Posted 23 days ago
Arresting drugs kingpins sparked rise in turf war shooting across Greater Manchester, cops claim. Police revealed earlier this week that three separate turf wars were behind the rise in shootings across Greater Manchester, in Salford, north... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Find missing persons ‘key police priority’ for Shropshire police « Shropshire StarDetective Chief Inspector Alison Davies of West Mercia Police said the force’s
Find missing persons ‘key police priority’ for Shropshire police « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 23 days ago
Detective Chief Inspector Alison Davies of West Mercia Police said the force’s priority was protecting people from crime and said that searching for missing people was a key part of that aim. It comes after Sir Peter Fahy, of Greater Manchester... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Police will be stretched to the limit as budget cuts bitePOLICE officers in Oxfordshire “won’t be able to do the job they currently do”
Police will be stretched to the limit as budget cuts bite
Oxford Mail / Posted 23 days ago
POLICE officers in Oxfordshire “won’t be able to do the job they currently do” as their budgets are slashed, it has been warned. The Thames Valley Police Federation (TVPF) has warned that officers will be too stretched due to Government cuts of up... Read more
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Oldham Chronicle
Missing teen cases "not a police issue’ - FahyGREATER Manchester’s chief constable has said his force’s work is being comprom
Missing teen cases "not a police issue’ - Fahy
Oldham Chronicle / Posted 24 days ago
GREATER Manchester’s chief constable has said his force’s work is being compromised by the number of missing children cases it deals with. According to Sir Peter Fahy, missing children cases could be better dealt with by social workers. He has... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
GMP chief constable Sir Peter Fahy calls for 'new approach' over teenagers who repeatedly run awaySir Peter Fahy described time spent tracing missing youngsters as an ‘unsustain
GMP chief constable Sir Peter Fahy calls for 'new approach' over teenagers who repeatedly run away
Manchester Evening News / Posted 25 days ago
Sir Peter Fahy described time spent tracing missing youngsters as an ‘unsustainable burden’ for police forces and called for vulnerable youngsters who runaway repeatedly to be dealt with by social workers. He stressed however that the need to... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Police chief Sir Peter Fahy warns searches for missing teens is burdenOne of the UK's most senior chief constables has warned that police searches fo
Police chief Sir Peter Fahy warns searches for missing teens is burden
Daily Mirror / Posted 25 days ago
One of the UK's most senior chief constables has warned that police searches for missing teens is an "unsustainable" burden. He said missing person calls were better dealt with by social workers than police but as it was police work was being... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Top cop says 'there is no crisis' despite spike in shootings caused by three turfs warsThree separate turf wars are behind a spike in shootings in Greater Manchester
Top cop says 'there is no crisis' despite spike in shootings caused by three turfs wars
Daily Mirror / Posted 27 days ago
Three separate turf wars are behind a spike in shootings in Greater Manchester but the region’s top policeman insists "there is no crisis". Violent disputes in Salford, North Manchester, and Wythenshawe over drugs, territory, and ‘respect’ are at... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Three separate turf wars are behind spate of shootings in Manchester - but Chief Constable insists 'there is no crisis'Violent disputes in Salford, North Manchester, and Wythenshawe over drugs, terr
Three separate turf wars are behind spate of shootings in Manchester - but Chief Constable insists 'there is no crisis'
Manchester Evening News / Posted 27 days ago
Violent disputes in Salford, North Manchester, and Wythenshawe over drugs, territory, and ‘respect’ are at the root of 34 shootings in the region over the last 14 months. But Chief Constable, Sir Peter Fahy, said GMP ‘had a grip’ on the situation... Read more

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