Police across Greater Manchester have arrested 170 people as part of an operation targeting domestic abuse and violent crime.
16 of those arrested were wanted violent offenders.
Operation Harvest ran in city and town centres targeting alcohol-related violence. Two-hundred and ninety one visits to licensed premises were conducted and the numbers of officers on patrol were increased in violent crime hotspots.
The public are being urged to support police in the crackdown by visiting their website (gmp.police.uk) to see photos and information on wanted offenders and provide information that could help bring them to justice. Twitter users can follow #harvest @gmpolice for the latest information.
A couple whose daughter was murdered by her ex-boyfriend have changed the way rape cases will be dealt with. They've been campaigning ever since Jane Clough was stabbed outside. Blackpool hospital where she worked. At the time her killer Jonathan Vass was on bail for raping her.
He was convicted of murder but never of rape. Now after huge pressure from Jane's parents the rules have changed so in future ape charges will now normally be prosecuted alongside murder charges. Our Political Correspondent Claire Ashforth reports:
The family of a nurse killed by her former partner have won a campaign to change legal guidance.
Jane Clough, from Lancashire was stabbed to death by Jonathan Vass while he was awaiting trial for raping her. He has never faced the sexual assault charges.
Our Correspondent Claire Ashforth reports.