Police have released the photograph of a man they are trying to trace in connection with drugs and money laundering offences.
The suspended Chief Constable and Deputy Chief of Cleveland Police will face misconduct hearings following allegations of gross misconduct.
Cleveland Fire Service says that arson attacks cost Teesside's economy nearly 17 million pounds a year.
Cleveland police are launching an operation targeting what's referred to as misrepresented number plates. From today officers will be at various locations across the force area. They are looking for plates that are not displaying the legal requirements. For details click here
Nicholas Long, Commissioner of the Independent Police Complaints Commission, said Sean Price almost got away with deceiving their investigation.
He told reporters that Mr Price had lied and put pressure on a member of staff to lie on his behalf.
Mr Long said the former Chief Constable used his position to order people to do as he wished and said his standards fell far below those expected of someone in his position.
The chair of Cleveland Police Authority says Sean Price let himself down.
Stuart Drummond told a press conference that the public needs to have complete trust in the police service at every level.
Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council is holding a round-the-clock social media event to promote services available to the public.
People are being asked to get involved with the #ourday event. The idea is to use Twitter to tweet about everything from libraries to support for vulnerable people.
People wanting to get involved and ask questions can follow @RedcarCleveland on Twitter and use the hashtags #OurDay and #RC24.
The suspended Chief Constable of Cleveland Police and his deputy are both facing internal hearings into allegations of gross misconduct which include the misuse of public funds.
The force's Deputy Derek Bonnard has announced that he no longer faces any further action from the criminal side of the investigation which is being lead by Warwickshire Police. The force has confirmed that Mr Bonnard's bail has now been cancelled.
Cleveland Fire Service says arson attacks cost Teesside's economy nearly 17 million pounds last year. They were called to more than three thousand deliberate fires. It's starting a new campaign, spreading an important message to schoolchildren as they break up for summer.
Cleveland Fire Service says that arson attacks cost Teesside's economy nearly 17 million pounds a year. Around three quarters of all fires dealt with by the brigade are started deliberately.
The price of putting out the blaze, as well as destroyed property and possessions, costs the borough more than 300 thousand pounds a week. Today the service launched an awareness campaign to coincide with the school holidays, a time when incidents of arson tend to increase.