Officers are appealing for information following a report of a serious sexual assault which took place last week.
The assault took place in the early hours of Sunday morning just off Regent Street in Mansfield, between 3am and 4am.
A 30-year-old man was arrested on Sunday in connection with the assault but has since been bailed pending further enquiries.
Officers would like to hear from anyone who was in the area at the time or anyone who might have information about the assault.
If you can help please call Nottinghamshire Police on 101 quoting incident number 226 of 19 July, 2015.
Residents living on the street of Tom Crawford's former house say they feel like aliens in their own street due to the amount of security and security dogs surrounding the area.
They are arguing that the new circumstances are causing distress and upset, and there hasn't been any respect for how it's affecting the other residents on the street.
Residents recently wrote a letter to the Nottingham Post outlining their annoyance. They are emphasising that they "special needs children who are finding it difficult" and that they "have concerns about where the CCTV cameras are pointing".
Bradford and Bingley has followed proper legal procedures and the property has been repossessed under an enforceable possession order.
"It is regrettable if this is impacting upon law abiding local residents.
"However, in light of the actions undertaken by some of Mr Crawford's supporters and, on advice from the police, Bradford and Bingley has been left with no option and has placed security at the site."
Nottinghamshire children's services have been praised by Ofsted inspectors in a report which rated the County Council's services for children in need of help and protection as 'good'. The report also found that success levels in finding homes for children in need of adoption were also 'high'.
Nottinghamshire has one of the largest child populations in the country and a rating of 'good' puts the country in the top quarter of local authorities in England according to the County Council.
An 18-year-old man charged with five sexual assaults in Nottingham has appeared at court.
Danilson Adriano Gomez De Silva, of Radford Boulevard, has been charged with five counts of sexual assault and one count of attempted robbery.
He appeared at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court today and will next appear at Nottingham Crown Court on 3rd August.
Motorists are being warned about delays following a single vehicle collision on the A1 south of Claypole this morning.
Nottinghamshire Police were called just after 7.50am following a report of a heavy goods vehicle having collided with the central reservation.
One lane of the southbound carriageway has been closed while the vehicle is recovered. Police, fire and ambulance crews remain at the scene.
The driver, who is being treated at the scene, is not believed to be seriously injured.
The Splendour Festival is taking place this Saturday (18 July) at Wollaton Park in Nottingham.
Set in the grounds of Wollaton Hall, the festival has grown to attract a 20,000 crowd audience.
There are music performances, as well as entertainment fringe acts and a new expanded children’s area for a truly family-fun day out.
Nottinghamshire Police are appealing for witnesses after a 39-year-old man was hit by a car in Huntingdon Street , Nottingham in the early hours of this morning (16 July, 2015).
Nottinghamshire Police were called at around 12.30am this morning after reports a man had been hit by a silver Honda Civic.
Reports suggest the man was hit by a silver Honda Civic. The 39-year-old suffered serious, potentially life-threatening injuries as a result of the collision and was taken to Queens Medical Centre.
The incident is not believed to be suspicious at this time.
Anyone who saw what happened or has any information which could assist is asked to call Nottinghamshire Police on 101
Officers are concerned for Dereck Hudson, who has been reported missing from his home in Beeston, Nottinghamshire.
The 70-year old was last seen at around 10pm last night (Wednesday 15 July).
He was wearing a long black jacket without a hood and black polished shoes and is described as white and is around 5ft 8ins tall.
Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to call Nottinghamshire Police on 101, quoting incident 64 of 16 July.
Books of condolence have been set up in County Council offices across Nottinghamshire for people to pay their respects to the Tunisia beach attack victims.
Thirty British tourists were among the victims who died in the attack in Sousse last month. Among the dead was John Stollery, a social worker for Nottinghamshire County Council.
Books will be available for residents to sign and leave their condolences at the following office reception areas:
- County Hall, Loughborough Road, West Bridgford
- Lawn View House, Station Road, Sutton-in-Ashfield
- Meadow House, Littleworth, Mansfield
- Sir John Robinson Way, Daybrook
A two-year-old girl who died in a collision in Nottingham City Centre at the weekend has been named.
Evelyn Maria Celgy died after she was in a collision with a car in Bolero Square on Saturday 11 July 2015.
Sadly our dearest daughter passed away at Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham, on Saturday at 7pm.
“Evelyn was involved in a tragic Road Traffic Collision earlier that same day.
“We would like to pass our sincere thanks to Nottinghamshire Police, the paramedics, A & E staff and staff on the P.I.C.U ward at the hospital for all their compassion, sympathy, support and care provided.
“Special thanks to the hospital Chaplain who was a great source of comfort.
“Thank you to the Community, our family and friends for all their support, including, our Family Liaison Officer from Cheshire Police.
“We now request privacy whilst we come to terms with our loss.”