The history of events which led to the stabbing of Rachael Slack and her 23-month-old son Auden.
A report has found the murders of a pregnant woman and her young son by her ex-partner could not have been "reasonably predicted'.
Derbyshire Police has ridiculed a rumour that calling 999 could boost your battery charge.
Derbyshire Police are appealing for help to find an Alfreton teenager who has been missing for over two months.
19-year-old Joseph Taylor was last seen at home on April 27th earlier this year and his family are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare.
Joseph has links with Ripley, but is thought to have travelled to either Ollerton or Mansfield.
He is described as 6ft 6in tall, stocky, with blonde hair and youthful looks.
A man's been arrested after an 18-month-old girl had to be rescued from a locked car in Derbyshire.
A member of the public called police after finding the distressed child trapped inside the vehicle in Market Street in Clay Cross at 2:15pm yesterday.
Officers had to smash the windows to get to the toddler, who was then taken to a nearby Adult Community Education Centre where an ambulance was called.
The child was taken to Chesterfield Royal Hospital as a precautionary measure.
A 46-year-old man has been detained by police and social services are involved.
Police in Buxton in Derbyshire are trying to trace a man who has not been seen for more than 30 years. They want to speak to Edward William Garlick about a rape allegation. He lived in Buxton in the 1970's but has not been seen locally or by his family since about 1980. He would now be 62.
Anyone who knows where Mr Garlick is is being asked to contact police on 101.
Police have launched a public appeal after two baby tortoises were stolen from a garden in Alfreton in Derbyshire.
The three-month old Horsefield Tortoises were believed to have been taken from a pen in the garden of a house on West End sometime between 2pm and 2.30pm on Saturday, May 17.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Derbyshire Police on the 101 number or contact Crimestoppers.
A pedestrian's been seriously hurt in a hit & run in Ilkeston in Derbyshire.
The collision happened at 11:00pm last night (Saturday 17 May), on Station Road in Stanley.
The silver coloured car failed to stop and police are now appealing for witnesses.
Anyone with information is asked to call Derbyshire Police on the 101 number.
Police have recovered the body of a man from a reservoir near Clay Cross.
A member of the public called police at about 3pm on Saturday, after spotting the body in Ogston Reservoir.
The man was aged between 50 and 60, of slim build, and was balding with dark hair. He was wearing a black, zipped jacket, a navy sweatshirt and blue jeans.
Police have checked missing persons records and have not been able to identify the man.
Police are investigating after a thief walked into a house in Derby and stole a smart phone from the hands of a two year old girl.
The toddler had a HTC Sensation XL smartphone when the offender walked into the house in Whiston Street in Normanton and took it from her, before being seen running out of the property at about 8.20pm on Tuesday, April 1.
Police want to speak to anyone who saw a man acting suspiciously in the area around that time.
Witnesses or anyone with information should call Derbyshire police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
Police are trying to trace a man they suspect of abandoning a dog in the street in Derbyshire.
The dog was tied up behind the Beehive Inn on Hague Street in Glossop on 31st January.
The RSPCA were called by a member of the public who was concerned that no-one had returned to claim the Alsatian.
The dog has since been taken in by a local who has given it a permanent home.
Police are urging locals to call 101 if they recognise the man in these pictures.
A new law to help tackle domestic abuse is set to roll out across Leicestershire today.
Clare's Law, which gives people the right to know whether a partner has a history of violence against former partners, has already been introduced in areas including Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Staffordshire and Warwickshire.
The Domestic Violence Disclosure scheme, known as Clare's Law, is named after Clare Wood who was murdered by her ex-boyfriend in Greater Manchester in 2009.
It gives people the right to ask police whether a new or existing partner has a criminal record.
If it is revealed that the person in question may pose a risk, the police can then decide whether to disclose that information.
Nottinghamshire Police was one of the three forces which took part in the 14-month trial.