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Policing changes mean officers spend longer on the beat in Rutland

Policing changes mean officers spend longer on the beat in Rutland

Policing changes mean officers spend longer on the beat in Rutland

20 February 2015

Rutland’s police inspector says her officers are doing “what they signed up to do” and spending more time on patrol after a restructure.


Former Daniels manager Graham Drury and son sentenced after attack on couple

Former Daniels manager Graham Drury and son sentenced after attack on couple

Former Daniels manager Graham Drury and son sentenced after attack on couple

03 February 2015

Former Stamford AFC manager Graham Drury and his son have been convicted of a number of offences after carrying out a violent attack on a married couple.


Bikers plead not guilty to dangerous driving after crash in Edenham

Bikers plead not guilty to dangerous driving after crash in Edenham

Bikers plead not guilty to dangerous driving after crash in Edenham

31 January 2015

Two motorcyclists who crashed after allegedly going speeds of up 126mph on the A151 at Edenham near Bourne have pleaded not guilty to charges of dangerous driving.


Sign up to volunteer for Lincolnshire Police

Sign up to volunteer for Lincolnshire Police

Sign up to volunteer for Lincolnshire Police

28 January 2015

Lincolnshire Police is holding its latest Volunteering Recruitment Event on Wednesday next week, from 7pm at Grantham Police Station.


Rutland man cautioned after telling MP she ‘deserved to be violently raped’

Rutland man cautioned after telling MP she ‘deserved to be violently raped’

Rutland man cautioned after telling MP she ‘deserved to be violently raped’

28 January 2015

A Rutland man has been cautioned after telling an MP he hoped she was “violently raped”.


Oakham firm Belvoir Associates fined £20,000 after worker’s hand sucked into vacuum

Oakham firm Belvoir Associates fined £20,000 after worker’s hand sucked into vacuum

Oakham firm Belvoir Associates fined £20,000 after worker’s hand sucked into vacuum

27 January 2015

A children’s furniture company has been fined after a worker suffered serious injuries when his hand was sucked into a vacuum cleaner.


Policing minister agrees to visit county

Policing minister agrees to visit county

Policing minister agrees to visit county

24 January 2015

The Government minister in charge of policing has agreed to visit Lincolnshire after a crisis meeting with MPs and police chiefs.


Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner offers community grants

Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner offers community grants

Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner offers community grants

20 January 2015

Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Hardwick is offering community groups across Lincolnshire grants of between £250 and £1,000.


Police appeal after two bikes found in Bourne

Police appeal after two bikes found in Bourne

Police appeal after two bikes found in Bourne

18 January 2015

Police are trying to trace the owner of two bicycles.


Burglaries on the rise during winter months

Burglaries on the rise during winter months

Burglaries on the rise during winter months

18 January 2015

A police inspector has warned people to check their home security after an increase in the number of burglaries in the area.


Court Register: Results from magistrate’s hearings

Court Register: Results from magistrate’s hearings

Court Register: Results from magistrate’s hearings

18 January 2015

These are the results from recent magistrates’ courts around the area. We do not carry minor speeding offences.


Police panel meetings in Bourne and the Deepings

Police panel meetings in Bourne and the Deepings

Police panel meetings in Bourne and the Deepings

15 January 2015

Two neighbourhood police meetings will take place on Monday.


Show of solidarity at Charlie Hebdo rally in Stamford

Show of solidarity at Charlie Hebdo rally in Stamford

Show of solidarity at Charlie Hebdo rally in Stamford

12 January 2015

People carried placards and held pens in the air in Stamford to show solidarity with those murdered by terrorists in France and support the right to freedom of speech.


South Lincolnshire teenager ‘targeted and groomed’ under-age girls

South Lincolnshire teenager ‘targeted and groomed’ under-age girls

South Lincolnshire teenager ‘targeted and groomed’ under-age girls

09 January 2015

A teenager from South Lincolnshire who “targeted and groomed” a string of under-age girls has been sentenced to eight years youth detention.


Witness appeal after car windows smashed in Bourne

Witness appeal after car windows smashed in Bourne

Witness appeal after car windows smashed in Bourne

06 January 2015

Police have appealed for witnesses after two vehicles were damaged in Bourne.


MP Vara backs ‘revenge porn’ law to help victims

MP Vara backs ‘revenge porn’ law to help victims

MP Vara backs ‘revenge porn’ law to help victims

31 December 2014

People should take greater steps to avoid becoming victims of revenge porn, North West Cambridgeshire MP Shailesh Vara has said.


Leicestershire Neighbourhood Watch chairman calls for extra car security

Leicestershire Neighbourhood Watch chairman calls for extra car security

Leicestershire Neighbourhood Watch chairman calls for extra car security

30 December 2014

A Neighbourhood Watch chairman has called for people to sign a petition on car security.


Vandals smash Jaguar window in South Street, Bourne

Vandals smash Jaguar window in South Street, Bourne

Vandals smash Jaguar window in South Street, Bourne

30 December 2014

The back window of a Jaguar estate parked in South Street, Bourne, was smashed between 3pm and 3.45pm on December 14.


Police desk to open at Rutland County Council offices in Oakham

Police desk to open at Rutland County Council offices in Oakham

Police desk to open at Rutland County Council offices in Oakham

30 December 2014

The police front enquiry desk in Oakham will open in a new location next month.


Appeal to identify graffiti left in Exeter Street, Bourne

Appeal to identify graffiti left in Exeter Street, Bourne

Appeal to identify graffiti left in Exeter Street, Bourne

30 December 2014

Police are trying to track down the vandal who left their graffiti tag on a town wall.


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