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Devon and Cornwall Police have third lowest crime rate

From Devon & Cornwall Police: Crime figures, which were published today, Thursday 27 April 2017, show a rise in recorded crime for Devon and Cornwall Police with the Force still […]

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Valuable Boat Trailer Missing #Bodmin

From Devon & Cornwall Police: Police are appealing for information following the theft of a valuable boat trailer from a Bodmin garage. Offenders are believed to have used a van […]

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Crime Figures Up in Cornwall and Devon

From Devon & Cornwall Police website: 81,949 total recorded crimes for 2016 Police have seen a rise in recorded crime in 2016 compared to 2015 figures. There were 81,949 total […]

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Rural Policing Slashed as Criminal Gangs Target Cornwall/Devon

Bude’s MP, and Lib Dem Government Minister for Rural Affairs, Dan Rogerson, said that a combination of scrapping Police and Crime Commissioners and balancing the books would be the best […]

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Recorded Crime in Cornwall and Devon Falls

Recorded crime across Devon and Cornwall continues to fall, new figures announced today, Thursday, January 23, 2014, reveal. Overall crime between 01/01/13 and 31/12/13 fell by 2.6% – a reduction […]

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Cornwall Crime Figures Continue to Fall

Crime across Devon and Cornwall continues to fall according to new figures released today . Total recorded crime is down 4% for the 12 months up to Sunday 13 October 2013. […]

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First Class Crime Victim Care for Region

Devon and Cornwall Police has appointed Ken Lamont as Detective Superintendent, to head crime investigation (CID) across the whole of Devon. A former member of HM Royal Marines, he joined […]

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73 Year Old Man Assaulted in Bideford

Police in Bideford are appealing for information after a 73-year-old man was assaulted in the town. The incident took place outside the Burton Art Gallery on Kingsley Road at around […]

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12 Days of Christmas Campaign

Devon and Cornwall Police are today launching a safety advice campaign for the festive season called ’The 12 Days of Christmas Advice’. The Force has a crime prevention message to […]

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Ex Offender Supports Anti -Theft Campaign

A former prolific offender who stole from homes and vehicles across South Devon has joined forces with Devon and Cornwall Police to help prevent people from being a victim this […]

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Tony Hogg – New PCC Commissioner

Well, Devon and Cornwall has a new PCC Commissioner, elected on a turnout of 15.1% on average. Hardly a ringing mandate or endorsement for anyone. Eliminated on first preference votes […]

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Bonfire Safety Alert

Devon and Cornwall Police want everyone to have a fun Bonfire Night but warn they will take action against anyone who breaks the law. In the run up to and […]

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Alleged Stabbing in Bude

There was an alleged stabbing in Bude on Saturday night, and police were reportedly still investigating the building where the incident took place (at Downs View) on Sunday evening. As […]

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Shocking Link Between Brain Injury and Youth Crime

A new report by University of Exeter academic identifies the connection between brain injury and crime in young people. Psychology Professor Huw Williams has authored a major new report, published today, on the impact that acquired brain injuries can have on young people in childhood and in their transition to adulthood, and outlines the criminal justice consequences if these injuries go untreated.

Repairing Shattered Lives: Brain injury and its implications for criminal justice, examines the connection between the “silent epidemic” of brain injury among young people and crime.
In the report, Professor Huw Williams notes that a shocking 60% of young people in custody report having experienced some kind of brain injury (TBI). Acquired brain injuries can lead maturing brains to “misfire,” interrupting the development of temperance (ability to restrain and moderate actions), social judgement and the ability to control impulses. If undetected these injuries, which may be the result of falls, sporting injuries, car accidents or fights, can leave young people untreated and increase their risk of offending.

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Criminals to Pay Towards Supporting Victims

From Monday, new rules will force more criminals to pay towards supporting victims of crime, Minister for Victims Helen Grant has announced. In a massive overhaul of the way services […]

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