ITV News Tyne Tees has invited Chief Constable Jacqui Cheer to comment on fifteen recommendations made by an IPCC-supervised investigationRead the full story ›
Subject Thirteen: "If they'd reported him earlier, there's no doubt that the assault on me would never have happened. I despair of them".Read the full story ›
A woman whose wrist was broken by Scott says she felt forced to drop charges but two officers involved have since retired.Read the full story ›
I know this will knock public confidence, but I want to reassure the public we absolutely do not tolerate that behaviour within the organisation and we ruthlessly pursue offenders of sexual offences. Whether they are within our organisation or whether they are members of the public in other organisations.
< And down to the dedication of my specially-trained officers and the work of Peter McPhillips in leading that investigation, Wayne Scott is now in prison and that is not something that has been achieved easily and would not have been achieved without the support of the victims.
Cleveland's Police and Crime Commissioner, Barry Coppinger has told ITV News Tyne Tees the force is making progress.Read the full story ›
Policeman asked female colleagues 'whether they were interested in the rape game?'.Read the full story ›
Indifferent colleagues at Cleveland Police put his behaviour down to "Wayne being Wayne".Read the full story ›
Deputy Chief Constable Iain Spittal has told ITV News Tyne Tees he is leading a process of consultation with every female member of staffRead the full story ›
Investigation says 'officers and staff felt unable to report or challenge Scott's sexual remarks and degrading behaviour at work'Read the full story ›
Keith Vaz, the Chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee, has said that Cleveland Police have "run out of chances". Meanwhile, one of the region's MPs has questioned the long-term future of the force. Kenny Toal reports on the crisis in Cleveland Police.