Four officers have been appointed by Nottinghamshire Police to help ensure the force continues to help reduce violence against women.
The four 'White Ribbon' ambassadors have been named as the campaign marks its annual awareness day. White Ribbon is a worldwide movement run by men who know that there is never an excuse for violence against women. They pledge never to condone it, or to stand by when they know it is happening.
The four ambassadors for Nottinghamshire Police are Detective Inspector Pete Quinn, Detective Chief Inspector Andy Gowan, Detective Chief Inspector Leigh Sanders and Sergeant Nigel Bradley.
Pledges to support the White Ribbon campaign can be made online here
A Mansfield man who has notched up more than 80 court appearances has been given an Antisocial Behaviour Order (ASBO) to curb his behaviour.
Lee Wightman, of no fixed address, is well known to Nottinghamshire Police, Council Wardens, Security and Shop staff in the Mansfield town centre and surrounding retail areas due to his persistent offending.
Despite periods of imprisonment Wightman has continued to reoffend, committing acts of theft and being verbally abusive and aggressive and was sentenced to the three year ASBO by Mansfield magistrates.
A teenager has been reported for summons for wasting police time in connection with a sexual assault allegation.
The 17-year-old girl had alleged she had been attacked at Racecourse Park, off Southwell Road, at about 8.30pm on Friday 2 May, while walking through the park.
Detectives re-interviewed the girl on Thursday.
A 28-year-old man has appeared in court charged with the murder of his own parents at their home in Worksop.
Kamil Dantes appeared before Magistrates Mrs Whitelaw and Miss Neale at Nottingham Magistrates' Court this morning.
In a short hearing, his pre-trial hearing was arranged for April 29 at Nottingham Crown Court.
A Polish interpretor translated the charges and explained to Dantes that he would be remanded in custody until then.
A 28-year-old man has been charged over the death of his parents in Worksop.
The bodies of Leszek Dantes and his wife Malgorzata Dantes, both aged 54, were discovered after officers were called to a house in Hardwick Road East at about 7am on Monday 21 April.
A post-mortem examination revealed they died of stab wounds.
Their son, Kamil Dantes, is charged with two counts of murder and is due to appear at Nottingham Magistrates' Court today.
Detectives are waiting to question a 28 year-old man on suspicion of murder after the bodies of a husband and wife were discovered at a house in Worksop.
The couple, who have not been named yet, were originally from Poland but had lived for some years at the property in Hardwick Road East.
The man, who is receiving treatment in hospital, is believed to be the dead couple's son.
Neighbours have paid tribute to a couple who were found dead at their home in Worksop. Police say they have arrested a 28-year-old man on suspicion of murder.
It is understood that he is the couple's son. He is being treated in hospital, but police have given no details about his condition or how the couple died.
Calendar understands the man arrested over the double murder in Worksop is the couple's son. The bodies of a man and woman were found at a house in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, just before 7am on Monday. A 28-year-old has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
The scene is cordoned off as forensic officers carry out detailed searches at the semi detached property. A 28-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder over the deaths of a man and woman at Hardwick Road East in Worksop.
Police have said the deaths of two people in Worksop in Nottinghamshire are an 'isolated incident'.
A 28-year-old man has been arrested after the discovery of the bodies of a man and a woman in Hardwick Road East at just before 7am this morning (21 April).