The Home Office has announced plans to provide £5 million worth of funding towards the development of innovative technology that will help police forces prevent crime.
A new piece of legislation has been introduced on Britain’s motorways which will see drivers receive automatic fines and points on their licence for ignoring closed lanes.
The Government has announced plans for a new sentencing code to be introduced in a bid to simplify and tidy up the current complex system associated with sentencing in the UK.
Three homes in London worth over £80 million have been frozen by the High Court in an attempt by the National Crime Agency (NCA) to stop foreigners from laundering money in the UK.
According to the latest official figures, the homicide rate in the United Kingdom has reached a record high for the past decade.
The Home Office has announced that a further £346,000 will be distributed to five groups through the Hate Crime Community Projects Fund (HCCPF) in a bid to tackle the issue.
A Government assessment has found that up to £126 million may be paid out in compensation to victims of crime who were assaulted by the people they lived with before 1979.
Earlier this month, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond announced in the Spring Statement that a further £100 million funding will be made available to police forces.
According to the latest research by The Guardian newspaper, knife crime is rising at a much faster rate in the home counties and other areas than in the capital city.
The Home Secretary Sajid Javid has backed the Police force in their quest to seek a £15 million fund in a bid to tackle the knife crime epidemic which is sweeping the nation.