Devon and Cornwall's Police and Crime Commissioner has written to the government to ask for fairer funding for his police force.
Tony Hogg says the force will lose a further £24 million under the government's funding policy.
He says it doesn't account for the increase in population in the summer months, and puts the police force at a disadvantage because it covers such a large area.
"Some of the policing that the public has come to terms with over decades in terms of neighbourhood policing, or roads policing, look like they would be unsustainable if we can't overturn these proposals from the government - which are simply unfair to Devon and Cornwall."
Police are appealing for help from the public to find a missing man from Launceston in East Cornwall.
Paul Johnson, 63, was reported missing from his home on Monday 17th August.
He is described as a white man, 5’ 8” tall, of slim build with grey thinning spiky hair. He has a distinctive Glaswegian accent and a few tattoos to his upper arm.
Paul was last seen wearing blue jeans, a white T-shirt, a white cardigan and white canvas bumper boots.
It's believed he may have travelled to the Exeter area.
The office of the Police and Crime Commissioner is warning that the jobs of an extra 200 police officers in Devon and Cornwall will be at risk if new government funding proposals are agreed.
The Chief Executive Andrew White says it would leave the force another £11 million a year worse off with "catastrophic" results.
A petition demanding fairer funding has already collected 5,000 signatures. You can have your say about the proposals here.
A pregnant woman who was mugged by two teenagers in Plymouth says her life has turned into a nightmare.
The 24 year old woman was hospitalised after the attack in St Budeaux last month.
When he was told, her partner, who is epileptic, had a seizure and has been in and out of hospital ever since.
Police have issued e-fits of the teenagers.
The woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, told ITV News: "To think that somebody has put our baby's life at risk makes me feel physically sick. And all for the sake of £10. I mean really? Was it worth it?"
Police are concerned for the welfare of Michael Gregory, a 29-year-old man from Paignton.
Michael was last seen in Brixham yesterday (Tuesday August 11th) evening.
He is described as white, of slim build with receding dark brown hair and he has a Midlands accent.
Anyone with information about Michael's whereabouts is asked to contact police.
Police are looking for two teenagers after an attack on a pregnant woman in Plymouth last month.
The 24-year-old woman, who was 17 weeks pregnant, suffered back and internal injuries after she was pushed in the stomach and had her purse grabbed.
The attack happened on Evelyn Street, in the St Budeaux area of the city late on Friday July 31st.
Both suspects are described as being 14 or 15.
“I would like to reassure residents that this is an unusual and isolated incident which is rare for this quiet residential area of Plymouth.”
Two 11-year-old boys were hit by car while crossing the road in Plymouth earlier today.
Both were taken to hospital, one with a broken leg, and the other with minor cuts and bruises.
The woman driving the car was not injured.
The collision happened this evening on Eggbuckland Road, near Higher Compton. Police are investigating.
Five serving police officers and five police community support officers (PCSOs) from Devon and Cornwall Police have been convicted of criminal offences in the last three years.
They were all men and include an officer convicted of possessing indecent images of children and two convicted of indecent exposure.
The figures come from an investigation by the Press Association.
The force says the offences were mostly prior to recruitment or as juveniles.
Nineteen members of a drugs gang who were bringing heroin and cocaine into the region have been sent to prison, for a total of a 138 years.
Daniel Smith from Paignton was given 13 years for masterminding the conspiracy.
Whilst Thomas Kehoe got 12 years for organising the deliveries from Liverpool.
Devon and Cornwall Police have been praised for their complex investigation which included a vast amount of surveillance on the gang that led to their prosecutions.
Dartmoor National Park Rangers and Devon and Cornwall Police have announced that they will be working together more closely to tackle crime in rural areas.
The Community Safety Accreditation Scheme gives the Rangers more powers to help deal with a wide range of issues, such as traffic control.