Cumbria Police have been praised for the way they work with victims of crime, according to a new report by HMIC.Read the full story ›
A woman from the Borders, who was travelling with two children in her car, was found to be six times over the legal drink driving limit.
The 34-year-old was stopped on Seafield Place in Eyemouth at around 3.30pm on Wednesday 7th December.
She has been arrested and a report is being sent to the Procurator Fiscal.
"Police Scotland's annual festive drink-driving campaign is now underway and we will be robustly monitoring routes throughout the Borders to identify anyone who is driving while under the influence.
"Rest assured, if you are caught to be driving while over the limit, you will be arrested, you will lose your licence and this could have a significant impact on both your professional and personal life.
"Quite simply, do not risk it."
Police in Cumbria are looking to speak to two men pictured on CCTV in relation to an assault at the Warehouse Nightclub in Penrith.
A 22-year-old man from Carlisle suffered a broken jaw after being punched several times whilst on a night out on Sunday 23rd October.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 and ask to speak to PC Thomas Woolley.
Alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Officers in Dumfries are investigating what they say appears to be a suspicious fire in Dalswinton Avenue.
The fire was discovered at the rear of an unoccupied house just after midnight on Wednesday 7th December.
Police believe a sofa and some rubbish were set alight.
The fire was extinguished, but caused some damage to a window.
"This appears to have been a complete act of recklessness and the consequences could have been tragic if the fire had taken hold. We are not sure at this stage if those responsible knew that the house was unoccupied at the time the fire was set.
"We want to hear from anyone who may have any information which might help us catch those responsible for this stupid and dangerous act."
Police are asking for more information following a fight that took place between a large group of people last night on Park Lane .
A 16-year-old teenager was injured after being struck with a baseball bat, while a 17-year-old teenager was punched.
A 39-year-old man and a 36-year-old woman have been arrested and held for questioning.
Police are encouraging people to speak out against sexual assaults this festive season.Read the full story ›
Police Scotland say drugs with an estimated street value of £28,000 have been recovered from a car stopped on the A74(M) near `Lockerbie.
Cocaine and cannabis were seized by officers who stopped the car heading north.
A 33 year old man has been arrested.
Cumbrian-born John Kent was the UK's first black policeman. He served in the Carlisle Police Force between 1837-1844.
We discovered more and spoke to two of his descendants, Ian and Euan Bulman, who still live and work near Carlisle as farmers.
Simisola Jolaoso reports:
Carlisle-born John Kent was Britain's first black policeman and two of his descendants live and work in Cumbria as farmers.Read the full story ›
Cumbria Police is launching a knife amnesty to get illegal and dangerous knives off the streets.
Twenty-four knife crimes were reported in the county between April and June this year.
From today until Sunday people can hand in knives at police stations without fear of prosecution.