Man jailed after assaulting baby
A man who violently assaulted a young baby has been jailed. Justin Dainty, now aged 25, admitted causing the child serious head and internal injuries in November 2019.
Notts officers thanked for Queen’s funeral support
Nottinghamshire Police officers who supported the nationwide policing operation following the Queen’s death have been thanked for their hard work and professionalism.
Dozens of officers from the force were called upon to support operations for the funeral, lying in state and committal – in London, Edinburgh and Windsor.
Many other officers and staff were diverted from other day-to-day duties
Detectives release CCTV after shopkeeper attacked
Detectives investigating an attack on a shopkeeper have released CCTV images of a group of young people they would like to speak to. The victim was punched in the face and kicked during the robbery at the Athishaya Store, in Ladybrook Place, Ladybrook Lane, Mansfield.
'Transferring to Notts Police was so easy - I feel really fortunate to be here'
A single visit to Nottinghamshire Police’s state-of-the-art HQ was enough to convince PC Clare Hope to transfer into its ranks. Having clocked almost a quarter of a century at other police forces, the 46-year-old was ready for a new challenge and she didn’t have to wait long.
Police target potential 'stash car' used for drugs and weapons in Sneinton
Groups of youths who carry weapons and peddle drugs on the streets of Sneinton are being fiercely pursued by the police. Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) located an old Mercedes being used as a potential ‘stash car’ for drugs and weapons.
Stalker jailed for online harassment
An on-line stalker who led a relentless campaign of harassment against multiple victims has been jailed. Alex Belfield, a former radio presenter, targeted former colleagues, a well-known celebrity and two other men who had previously objected to his hateful conduct.
Police safety tips as students welcomed back to Nottingham
New students arriving in Nottingham this September are being warmly welcomed by police, with officers on hand to provide safety advice and crime prevention tips. With the city’s annual Freshers events occurring through September, officers will be on hand at various locations in the city to meet and engage with Nottingham’s newest residents.
Police officer’s pride at Queen’s funeral role
A police officer stabbed in the line of duty has spoken of his immense pride after representing his county and his colleagues at the Queen’s funeral.
#Missing - Carol Smith
Have you seen Carol? Officers are concerned for her safety after she was reported missing from the Toton area at around 7.15pm on 18/09/2022.
Nottinghamshire Police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Nottinghamshire mourn the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Nottinghamshire Police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Nottinghamshire is saddened to hear of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, which has been announced by Buckingham Palace today.
CCTV images released after break-in at home
Police investigating an attempted burglary have released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to. A homeowner in Hazel Street, Bulwell, was alerted to the break-in after her dog started barking in the early hours.
Three suspects arrested after attempted break-in
Three suspects were tracked down and arrested – just minutes after an attempted break-in was reported. Police were called to an address in Westwood Road, Sneinton, at 10.45pm yesterday (Wednesday) after receiving reports that a group of men were trying to force their way through the front door.