As the Police and Crime Commissioner celebrates it's first anniversary we speak with the woman in charge in Avon and Somerset
On the fourth anniversary of the discovery of Melanie Hall's body, police reveal new developments involving a rope and a car.
A 38 year old man is fighting for his life in hospital after being found with serious head injuries.
A woman whose husband was killed by a speeding motorist says she's backing calls by the Chief Constable of Avon and Somerset Police to turn speed cameras back on in Somerset.
Fixed cameras were all switched off a couple of years ago to save money. Now Nick Gargan, and the Police and Crime Commissioner, wants them turned back on to try to prevent more tragedies on the roads.
Bob Cruwys reports.
The Chief Constable of Avon and Somerset Police is calling for speed cameras in his force area to be turned back on.
Nick Gargan is urging councils to make the change after admitting he was alarmed by the number of people dying on the regions roads.
The cameras were shut down following budget cuts two years ago.
Steve Hall says he hopes other people with come forward with information after the police investigation into his daughter's murder has a 'major breakthrough'.
Det Supt Mike Courtiour from Avon and Somerset Police says new information about a Volkswagen Golf they have traced 'may be relevant'.
Melanie Hall's sister Dominique says she is 'hopeful' after the police investigating Melanie's murder found a car which they say may be a 'significant line of inquiry'.
Steve Hall, the father of murdered Wiltshire woman Melanie Hall, says the police's discovery of a car is a 'major' development.
The growing problem of online or cyberbullying is being tackled today with a seminar at Avon & Somerset Police Headquarters
The training day will highlight the problems of harrassment and bullying on the web.
It will be discussed by police, neighbourhood teams, school liaison officers, criminal investigators and staff from Local Authorities and partner agencies. It will end with a live webchat with school pupils and students.
The Bristol landlord, Christopher Jefferies says a letter from police expressing "regret" for his treatment after his wrongful arrest for the murder of Joanna Yeates is "public vindication."