CCTV footage has been released following an armed robbery at a mini-market in South Yorkshire
A freedom of information request reveals 34 schools in Yorkshire and the Humber, are using CCTV cameras in toilets or changing rooms.
Detectives investigating the murder of a man in Bradford have released CCTV images of his last movements.
Watch the dramatic footage of a woman who has been spared jail for driving with a man on the bonnet.
Mandy McGuigan drove her car away from an antiques shop in Keighley with staff member Simon Webster clinging on.
After admitting dangerous driving and failing to stop after an accident at Bradford Crown Court she has been given a 12 months suspended sentence.
A woman who admitted dangerous driving and failing to stop after an accident will not have to go to jail.
Mandy Mcguigan, from Colne, drove her car away from an antiques shop with a staff member clinging onto her bonnet after he had confronted her.
She drove Simon Webster the wrong way up a one way street and through a red light before he fell off after 100 metres.
Mr Webster was taken to hospital with serious injuries. McGuigan carried on driving without knowing whether or not she had killed him.
The incident happened on June 22 last year when McGuigan went into Heathcote Antiques in Keighley to try and sell a picture.
At a hearing at Bradford Crown court today McGuigan was given a 12 months suspended sentence.
West Yorkshire Police want to trace the people responsible for a violent assault which left a man needing surgery for a fractured skull. It happened early on Sunday 12th February, when a fight broke out inside Capone's Takeaway on New Briggate.
Two other men suffered facial injuries including a broken nose.
Detectives investigating the murder of Casey Kearney, the 13 year old teenager who died after she was stabbed in Elmfield Park in Doncaster on Valentine's Day, are appealing for potential witnesses to contact them.
Boston Borough Council will decide on controversial plans to change the area's CCTV coverage today. Leaders hope to save £70,000 by working with other Councils. It could mean one authority will monitor all of the public security cameras across a joint area.