Three officers were attacked in South Shields on Thursday eveningRead the full story ›
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The 29 year old has no recollection of how he came to be in the back of the vehicle & Northumbria Police wants any witnesses to get in touchRead the full story ›
The caller said he needed to check the occupants' water supply.Read the full story ›
The force is one of two, out of 43, to be rated as outstanding by the inspecting bodyRead the full story ›
Durham is one of the first forces to recruit volunteers aged between 11 and 13 years old to become Junior Police Cadet VolunteersRead the full story ›
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man suffered serious head and leg injuries in a car crash in Blyth.
At 6pm on Monday evening a black Ford Transit collided with a 43-year-old man outside the old Fire Station on Cowpen Road.
The man was taken to the RVI by air ambulance where he is in a stable condition.
North Yorkshire, Cleveland and Durham Police say it will allow them to access a larger pool of police dogs on each shiftRead the full story ›
A video circulated on social media appearing to show a confrontation between 3 Northumbria Police officers and a man is being investigated by the force.
Police say they are aware of the video and confirmed it related to an incident in South Shields on Thursday night. They say they are 'very concerned about what this video appears to show' and are treating it 'very seriously.'
We have been made aware of a video on facebook involving our police officers attending an incident in South Shields last night. We are very concerned about what this video appears to show and would like to assure people we are taking action to identify those concerned and establish exactly what happened.
We are treating this very seriously, we expect our police officers to act with the utmost professionalism and we will take robust positive action against any wrongdoing."