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The campaign follows the Police and Crime Commissioner's conference on Friday December 6, which outlined commitments to tackle domestic abuse and sexual violence.
– DCI Nick Coughlan, Cumbria Constabulary
It is crucial that we uncover any exploitation as quickly as possible and protect children in Cumbria"
Great Britain will face off against sides from Japan, Italy, France, Kazakhstan and the Ukraine in the International Ice Hockey Federation Championships between December 9-13. The tournament is the biggest event to take place at the town's Ice Bowl in it's twenty year history.
Police say that a number of witnesses have already been extremely helpful in their investigations, but are still asking anyone who saw a pedestrian or a blue Mercedes near the Lochar Moss Recycling Centre at around 5:25am on Sunday to contact them.
A cloudy start with some rain in places but mainly dry by lunchtime with a few bright/sunny spells developing, especially for the Berwick coast.
Very mild in the east and remaining breezy.
Afternoon highs to 12/13 °C for The Borders and 10°C further west (the region's average is about 6/7°C)
Manager Graham Kavanagh had said that he wanted a tie against a Premier League club, and he has got one. Carlisle United and their supporters will make the short trip into the North East to the Stadium of Light to face Sunderland between the 3-6 January
British coach Peter Russell says he has been impressed with the facilities in place for the tournament and feels his side have high expectations of themselves in what promises to be a high class event.
Great Britain's Ross Venus explains what representing his country means to him ahead of the week long tournament that begins tomorrow.