Senior figures from the region’s criminal justice system have pledged their continuing commitment to tackling hate crime across the North East, at the launch of National Hate Crime Awareness Week (12-18 Oct).
Sixteen officers from around the globe were invited to share best practice with Cleveland Police and Durham Constabulary by the College of Policing.
Senior officers at Cleveland Police say “enough is enough” and are calling on parents to educate their children about the dangers of throwing objects at moving vehicles after a number of recent incidents.
Cleveland Police will once again support the Suzy Lamplugh Trust on National Personal Safety Day on Wednesday 7th October.
With the dark nights drawing in, detectives are reminding people to turn their home bright at night to deter burglars.
A pioneering scheme to support children caught up in domestic abuse is to be extended to two more local authorities within the Cleveland force area.
Two children under the age of three were among those found without wearing an appropriate restraint during a recent seatbelt campaign.
Two dozen new police officers joined Cleveland Police yesterday, Monday 28th September 2015.
Cleveland Police are joining other forces across the country to highlight domestic abuse as part of a global movement day, known as Peace One Day.
Cleveland Police are looking to improve their engagement with local people through an event aimed at diverse communities from across Cleveland.
An online webchat focussing on informing parents and carers of signs to look for and ways to ensure their children stay safe online proved successful on Monday evening as ...
Traffic cops and police dogs from Cleveland and Durham’s joint policing team are set to star in a new series of the popular ‘Police Interceptors’ show.
Cleveland Police is supporting National Prevent Policing Week alongside other UK police forces in a week of activity to build local support in preventing extremism.
Road policing crews from Cleveland and Durham Police are supporting a Europe-wide seatbelt campaign next week.
As Cleveland Police reach their second anniversary of the launch of a dedicated unit to tackle online grooming they are reminding parents how to ensure their children stay safe online.
A scheme aimed at repairing harm for victims and addressing offender behaviour is being introduced in Cleveland from today, Tuesday 1st September.
A Superintendent has contributed to training officers in Tanzania on behalf of the United Nations and the College of Policing.
Local residents will be able to put questions to Assistant Chief Constable Simon Nickless from the comfort of their living room, when he hosts a ‘Community Click’ web chat this Wednesday from 6pm until 7pm.
“I want to sincerely apologise to everyone who has been affected by the actions of Wayne Scott whilst he was a serving officer with Cleveland Police.