Police officers in Avon & Somerset face redundancy as a review recommends £8 million of cuts
Soldiers at the Imjin barracks in Gloucestershire have attempted to break the world record for dipping soldiers.
As the Police and Crime Commissioner celebrates it's first anniversary we speak with the woman in charge in Avon and Somerset
Young people from across Avon and Somerset are taking over the role of Police and Crime Commissioner for the day.
The group will shadow Sue Mountstevens and attend a meeting with Chief Constable, Nick Gargan.
It's part of the national Children's Commissioner's Takeover Day.
The number of dangerous dogs seized in the Avon & Somerset area has risen for the third year in a row - that's according to figures obtained by ITV News. Seventy six dogs were taken from their owners last year - up from forty two in the previous twelve months.
Well we've been speaking to victims of dog attacks who've suffered horrific injuries. The following report contains a graphic image.
Police put the increase in the number of dangerous dogs being seized dow to trends. PC Andy Hennys is a Police dog handler.
The number of dangerous dogs seized in the Avon & Somerset area has risen for the third year in a row - that's according to figures obtained by ITV News.
Seventy six dogs were taken from their owners last year - up from forty two in the previous twelve months. And more than double the number reported two years before. Victims like Claire Langlands, who was attacked by a dangerous dog in Yeovil, is calling for a change in the law.
The ongoing, 'Plebgate' scandal has, by all accounts, done little to inspire the public's trust in our police force.
First there was the disputed account of what was said by the government chief whip to officers at the gates of Downing Street a year ago.
Then there was yesterday's refusal to apologise by three Police Federation members over their subsequent meeting with him,in defiance of their own Chief Constables.
ITV West Country's Ian Axton has been speaking to Avon & Somerset's Police & Crime Commissioner who wants to change the way complaints about officers are dealt with.
The Avon & Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens, has described how "appalled" she is at the damage in confidence in the police.
It follows the fallout from the Andrew Mitchell 'plebgate' affair and the subsequent furore with the IPCC.
Ms Mountstevens says in a blog that many people have told her they do not trust the police to investigate themselves.
Tracking software installed on a mobile phone stolen in Bristol has led to the arrest of a man on suspicion of theft and four others on suspicion of handling stolen goods. Police tracked the phone to a car in Stokes Croft and arrested a 20 year-old man from Belmont Street.
After the arrest, offices searched several properties and found a total 40 mobiles, five laptops and tablets, three games consoles, two cameras, other gadgets, and £100,000 cash.
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.