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Killings in England and Wales increases by 11 per cent, figures show

22nd April 2016 16:51

According to recent figures, the number of recorded killings in England and Wales has increased by 11 per cent in the year to December, which indicates that the last decade’s downward trend could be ending. The police’s recorded crime figures… Read more...

Survey finds more than 50 per cent of violent crimes are not reported

16th March 2016 17:15

According to a recent crime survey, more than 50 per cent of Scotland’s violent crimes - which all occurred over the period of one year (2014-2015) - were not recorded. The Scottish Crime and Justice Survey (SCJS) approximated that there were 688,000… Read more...

Survey finds Wrexham has the highest rate of homelessness in Wales

11th February 2016 17:29

A recent survey by the Welsh Government has revealed that Wrexham has the highest rate of people sleeping in the street, during a one night survey exploring homelessness. The study revealed that per 10,000 households in Wrexham, there were 2.9 people sleeping… Read more...

Many Brits would not know how to help in an emergency, research shows

21st January 2016 10:46

According to the findings of a recent survey, many British people do not know how to deal with an emergency situation, with some 70 per cent not knowing their own blood type, 50 per cent not knowing how to put someone in the recovery position and 10 per cent… Read more...

Survey discovers confusion surrounding non-emergency police number

8th December 2015 11:16

A recent survey by a Yorkshire Crime Commissioner has discovered that there is some confusion amongst the public surrounding non-emergency police numbers, with less than one third knowing that a non-emergency phone call to the police can be made by dialling… Read more...

Survey finds majority of public think fire-fighters contribute most to society’s wellbeing

13th October 2015 10:35

According to the findings of a recent survey, 73 per cent of the public believe that fire-fighters contribute the most to society’s wellbeing, only beaten by doctors and hospital staff. The survey – which was carried out by the Fire Brigades Union… Read more...

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