According to official statistics released by the Ministry of Justice, the number of people prosecuted or handed penalties for crimes in England and Wales has fallen to a record low.
The Government has announced a set of new proposals in a bid to reduce the number of people being killed or injured on Britain’s roads.
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.
UK Police are to introduce a bespoke cyber-crime reporting facility in a bid to encourage businesses to contact the police when they have been targeted this way.
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.
The Government has unveiled new anti-knife crime school lessons after working with teachers to create a new improved curriculum.
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.
‘Invoice fraud’ is costing UK businesses almost £100 million a year, according to the latest statistics.
An officer worker has launched a landmark legal challenge against the South Wales police force after he claims his image was captured when he popped out for a sandwich on his lunch break.