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Morpeth woman jailed for involvement in murder

A Morpeth woman has been jailed for four years for her involvement in the murder of a disabled man.

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Driver shocked as car hit by rock hurled onto Spine Road

A driver was left shocked after his car was hit by a rock hurled off an overpass over the Spine Road.

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Cramlington neighbourhood policing team officers, pictured, have invited school pupils aged 13 and 14 to participate in a festive poster competition.

Pupils will spread prevention advice

Schools in an area of Northumberland are drawing on festive crime prevention advice from neighbourhood officers as inspiration for a competition.

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Speedwatch needs more volunteers

Northumbria Police is looking for volunteers to take part in its Community Speedwatch schemes across Northumberland.

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Complaints against Northumbria Police fall

Figures released today show a fall in the number of complaints made by members of the public against Northumbria Police last year.

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Search for missing Cramlington man

Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace Daniel McCourt who is missing from Cramlington.

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Police appeal after arson destroys £14k of hay

Police are appealing for witnesses after hundreds of hay bales were deliberately set on fire in a field near Holywell.

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Northumbria Police rated good by inspectors

Northumbria Police has a good understanding of current demands and is taking steps to ensure future demands are met, according to a report published today.

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Burglary suspects arrested

Blitz on burglary suspects in Northumberland and North Tyneside

Police have targeted active burglars across Northumberland and North Tyneside, making 11 arrests.
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PCC Vera Baird QC and Chief Constable Steve Ashman along with new recruits showing racism the red card.

Northumbria Police backs anti-racism campaign as charity marks 20th anniversary

Northumbria Police's PCC and Chief Constable will be wearing something red today to support educational charity Show Racism the Red Card as it marks its 20th anniversary.
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Police and Crime Commissioner for Northumbria, Vera Baird QC, visits Berwick to meet and talk with locals about police and crime priorities.

Police welcome more crimes being reported in Northumbria force area

New statistics show that crime increased by 35 per cent over the past year in the Northumbria Police force area, but user satisfaction is the second highest in the country.

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Appeal after indecent exposure in Northumberland

Police are appealing for witnesses following an incident of indecent exposure.

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Police warn of bogus roofers in Northumberland

Police are advising residents to be on their guard after a bogus builder attempted to con a Seghill resident out of cash.

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Man assaulted in Blyth

Police are appealing for witnesses to an assault outside the Blyth and Tyne pub last Saturday night.

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Police want people to 'discreetly' text them about incidents on trains - including smoking

Police want people to 'discreetly' text them about incidents on trains - including smoking

Police are suggesting that rail travellers should text an incident alert - if they see a passenger smoking on a train.

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Council tax defaulter gets prison sentence

A man with long-standing council tax arrears has been sent to jail for 26 days as a result of non-payment.

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Handbag snatched in Blyth

Police are appealing for witnesses following a street robbery in Blyth.
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UPDATE: Man charged after police officer hit by car in Northumberland

Police investigating an incident in which an officer was injured when he was hit by a car in Blyth last night have charged a man.
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Sting 'saddened and distressed' by reports of illegal immigrants working on his luxury estate

Sting has said he is "saddened and distressed" amid reports that illegal migrants were discovered working on his luxury wine-producing Italian estate.

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Ched Evans outside of court after the jury found him not guilty of rape.

Northumbria police boss says Ched Evans case shows courts have 'gone back 30 years'

A former solicitor general has expressed concern about some of the evidence heard in the Ched Evans rape trial.

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