The Chief Constable of Essex has criticised three of his own officers after a burglar was let off with a caution after a burglary in Essex.
Prepare for a high-speed ride around Northamptonshire's police HQ...
The region's nine new Police & Crime Commissioners officially take office on Thursday following last week's elections.
30 people have been arrested by police in Cambridgeshire on suspicion of drink-driving since the launch of the force's summer campaign.
More than 1300 motorists have been stopped as part of the crackdown which started in June and runs until July 1.
A community policing operation will be in place for this year's Strawberry Fair in Cambridge this Saturday. Cambridgeshire Police say they have been working closely with fair organisers and Cambridge City Council to ensure a fun, family-friendly event for visitors this weekend.
Inspector Steve Poppitt, in charge of the operation, said: "This year's event has a real family focus and we have been working hard with the Strawberry Fair Committee and city council.
"Our planning has looked at the best way to tackle past issues at the event and minimise disruption for residents.
"Local officers will be on hand to ensure public safety and support the fair organisers' security operation.
"There will be practical measures in place to prevent the fair being spoiled by alcohol or drug misuse and criminal and anti-social behaviour."
Chair of the Strawberry Fair Committee, Kam Sanghera said: "Strawberry Fair continues to work closely with the police, city council and residents' associations to bring to Midsummer Common a happy, well run fair for everyone to enjoy.
Northamptonshire has become the first place in the country to get its own victims' commissioner.
Angela Sarkis has been appointed by the county's Police and Crime Commisioner Adam Simmonds.
She'll head up Victims Voice which will look at whether the current services which support victims of crime are fully supporting their needs.
ITV News Anglia's Russell Hookey has been to meet her.
Police are trying to identify the body of a woman found at Bierton near Aylesbury.
They have issued an e-fit of the woman who is believed to be between 18 to 22-years-old.
She had black-dyed hair and a distinctive tattoo on her right shoulder blade.
She was wearing a black hoodie with 'Lonsdale' in bright pink writing across the front, blue jeans and black Nike trainers.
Police believe that she may have been sleeping rough in a local barn and could have been from a county bordering Buckinghamshire.
There are growing calls for a police officer who lost his life trying to disarm a gunman in Essex to be posthumously awarded for his bravery.
PC Ian Dibell was off duty when he was shot dead, near his home in Clacton last July.
At the inquest into his death yesterday, the coroner recorded a verdict of unlawful killing, praising PC Dibell for his "quite extraordinary bravery" and recommending a commendation for his actions.
Chief Constable of Staffordshire Police Mike Cunningham has said that it is, "wholly inappropriate that police officers claim compensation against victims of crime."
He told ITV Daybreak that while there could be times when police officers injured on duty should have access to the criminal compensation scheme, "we need to understand the differences in the claims officers are making."
PC Kelly Jones has started legal action against a Norfolk petrol station owner after she tripped on a kerb while attending a suspected break-in.
A five year plan for the policing of Hertfordshire goes live today.
It's the first to be implented by the county's new Police and Crime Commissioner.
The plan was drawn up after more than four months of consultation.
A policewoman from Norfolk is suing the owner of a filling station at Thetford after she allegedly tripped on a kerb while answering an emergency call.
It's been reported the officer is claiming up to £50,000 in damages from Steve Jones, who owns the Nun's Bridges filling station, for injuries to her leg.
He had dialled 999 last summer after an alarm went off. Norfolk Police has said the force is unaware of the legal action which appears to have been taken privately by the officer.
A man's body has been exhumed from a cemetery in Essex as part of a new investigation into his death. The body of Lee Balkwell was found trapped under a cement mixer in Upminster in July 2002.
The original police investigation found his death was accidental. But, last year, the Independent Police Complaints Commission found the inquiry was "seriously flawed".
Bedfordshire Police have released images of a man and a dog after another dog was attacked at Biddenham near Kempston on Friday March 16th.
The white and tan Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross attacked a cocker spaniel on a footpath around the Ouse Valley Golf Club in Biddenham. The spaniel suffered several deep bite wounds to its leg. The injuries are not life threatening but the spaniel has needed extensive veterinary treatment.
Officers are asking anyone who might know who the man is to contact PC Stacey Gudgeon on 101, or to text force control room on 07786 200011.