Ethem Orhon, 67, said the random attacks which left four women seriously injured were triggered because he felt humiliated by police.Read the full story ›
We've all heard the saying 'pinch punch first day of the month' or 'white rabbits, white rabbits'.....Read the full story ›
A new service which gives perpetrators of domestic abuse a chance to seek help has been launched this week.
The initiative, called Stepping Up, allows adults who recognise they are using physical or emotional abuse within their relationships to refer themselves to the service to receive a tailored package of support.
At the same time, the perpetrator's current or ex-partner will be offered support from a dedicated worker.
There are perpetrators who do acknowledge their abusive behaviour and want to do something about it.
Through early intervention, we can work with them to facilitate change while supporting their partners and children.
By taking this dual approach, our programme will help victims today and hopefully reduce the number of victims tomorrow.
Find out more information about the scheme here.
Two elderly pedestrians were killed when they were run over by a van,
The pair were fatally struck on the A25 Reigate Road in Dorking, Surrey, just before 7pm on Friday.
An unnamed man died at the scene, while a woman was pronounced dead after being taken to St George's Hospital, Tooting, south-west London.
Officers from Surrey Police's collision investigation unit appealed to any witnesses or to anyone who saw a silver van before the crash to call them on 101.
William Whitehorn, 26, from Ottershaw in Surrey got into an argument at Staines railway station.Read the full story ›
Tickets appeared daily on cars throughout the weekend and earlier this week despite the cars being parked on private driveways.Read the full story ›
Michael Sandford was arrested at a political rally. His mother, Lynne, is battling to bring him home as soon as possible.Read the full story ›
A woman was dragged to the ground and robbed on her own doorstep for a handbag full of mugs. Tia Said, 24, was attacked outside her home in Wallington, Surrey last week. CCTV footage shows a man in a white hood calmly approach Tia as she opens her front door. Anyone with information can contact police on 101.
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