Hotels can be used as locations to meet and groom children More than 60 Bedfordshire hoteliers...Read More
More than 260 cases of modern slavery were identified in Bedfordshire last year, new figures show, prompting renewed calls for the public to keep their eyes open for signs of criminal exploitation.
The number of potential victims of modern slavery passed through to the national referral mechanism (NRM) in the Bedfordshire Police area was the fifth highest of all police force areas in the UK.Read More
The new series of 24 Hours in Police Custody continues and the latest episode will focus on the work of the force’s Internet Child Abuse Investigation Team (ICAIT).
The programme shows how officers received information that an occupant of a house in Luton was accessing indecent images of children.Read More
Bedfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner announces doubling of existing Community Police Constables
Bedfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Kathryn Holloway, has announced that she is backing the doubling of the current strength of PCs in Community Policing countywide including those forming a new unit of trouble shooters to move into an area to target and stamp out a key crime issue at neighbourhood level, (at a meeting of Central Bedfordshire Council’s Community Safety Partnership Executive on Thursday, 7 March).Read More
Community members joined officers from Bedfordshire Police in searches Community members who...Read More
Millennial baby PCSO graduates and aims to make her markBedfordshire Police’s newest PCSOs have...Read More
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