Police forces appear to be taking requests for Hillsborough evidence seriously, a Liverpool MP said, after all 43 in England and Wales responded to a watchdog request for information.
Home Secretary Theresa May wrote to the chief constable of every English and Welsh force in March to request they searched their records to find out if they possessed any material related to the 1989 tragedy, in which 96 people died.
Mrs May said she understands all have replied to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC), which is assessing the responses.
She added she expects a full report "in due course".
It's encouraging in as much as it appears at long last these forces are taking requests seriously and that's not always been the case.
The purpose of the letter was to assist the Independent Police Complaints Commission and Operation Resolve in recovering any material which had not already been provided.
I understand that all forces have now responded to the IPCC and I am aware that the IPCC is currently assessing these responses. I am expecting a full report from them in due course.
We can confirm that all police forces have responded to the IPCC following the Home Secretary's letter about Hillsborough documents.
We are in the process of assessing responses and will provide a full update to her and to families in due course.
Greater Mancheter Police have issued an e-fit of a man as they investigate a series of indecent exposures in Ellesmere Park.
They're appealing to anyone who thinks they know someone fitting the man's description to call 101.
Two detectives from Greater Manchester Police have been accused of misconduct in a public office, over a rape inquiry.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission has served the pair, and two retired officers, with notices alleging they "failed to carry out the investigation to correct standards".
Commissioners say they will interview all four under criminal caution.
The allegations relate to someone who reported being raped at knife-point, but claimed police did not investigate the crime properly nor question the man identified as responsible.
POLICE have issued CCTV images captured during a burglary at a pub in Rishton last Thursday, 13th February 2014.
Sometime between 1am and 2am two men broke into the Rishton Arms Public house on Station Road and stole a quantity of cash from the premises. An empty safe was found nearby on Shawbrook Close.
The men also caused substantial damage to a number of gaming machines.
PC Simon Grounds said: “Our investigation is continuing but we are aware that the offenders spent some time in the area before breaking into the Rishton Arms.
Police are becoming increasingly concerned about the welfare of a man who is missing from his Longsight home.
John Albert Plant, aged 61, was last seen at his home on Wenlock Way on Wednesday 19 February 2014.**
He is described as white, 5ft 5in tall, of stocky build and has neck-length black greying hair. He had stubble and was wearing khaki pants and black boots. **
He is known to frequent Gorton Park and has relatives in Newton Heath.**
Police are concerned for the welfare of 20 year old woman who has walked off from a group of people in Kendal.
Jessica Smith was last seen at around 1.45pm outside the TK Maxx store on Strickland Gate, Kendal.
She is described as medium build, having long black hair and wearing leggings and a t-shirt.
She may not talk to strangers but anyone who believes they may have seen her are asked to contact Police immediately.
Merseyside Police made 13 arrests this morning after violence at football matches.
One of the arrests was in relation to the stabbing of an Oldham fan after their FA Cup game with Liverpool.
Chief Superintendent Jon Ward describes the operation above.
Merseyside Police have arrested 13 men in relation to violence at Liverpool matches. One of the men was arrested in relation to the stabbing of an Oldham fan after the two clubs met in an FA Cup match.
Blackpool Police have reunited a family with their expensive camera after an astonishing response to one tweet. The camera was left at Lytham Hall last year. So Insp Steve Bradshaw who works in the control room at Lancs Police tweeted an appeal for help to trace them.
It was retweeted an incredible 1,681 times. At one point Blackpool Police were trending in 3rd place nationally. Insp Bradshaw praised the public spirit of the people who retweeted the appeal and said there was widespread praise from the public about how the police had used social media.
Five people have been arrested as anti-fracking protests continue at Barton Moss in Salford.
A Greater Manchester Police statement said:
The four men and one women were arrested on suspicion of either obstructing the highway or obstructing police and one offence of drink driving.
Greater Manchester Police respects everyone's democratic right to peacefully protest.
Officers are monitoring the demonstration and working with partner agencies, in particular Salford Council, to ensure it passes safely.
Due to the nature of the protest, a proportionate number of police officers are required to ensure the safety of all sections of the public.