ILLEGAL cigarettes and tobacco worth £46,000 have been seized in Salford. In the bedroom of a home raided by Greater
Boss of Manchester rape victims charity slams new stats showing prosecutions at lowest rate for decade
The latest Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) statistics revealing that just 1.4% of the 55,130 rapes recorded by police led to prosecution in the 12 months to March.
At the University of Manchester, the number of sexual assaults reported to the university was 30 for this academic year before it moved to remote work,
During a five year period, the road has received the most complaints in the city about fly-tipping for three out of five years.
‘FGM is ferocious, barbaric and should not be practised anywhere in the world,’ says survivor who was ‘cut’ aged 7
When Patricia Ajayi was seven years old and living in Nigeria, she and her sister were taken away on ‘holiday’ with her grandmother and ‘cut’, without the knowledge of their parents.
The 638% increase in male victims of reported and attempted rape may just be ‘the tip of the iceberg’ according to one survivor.
The number of domestic abuse related crimes reported to the GMP has dramatically increased over the past five years, with 18,668 reported in 2014 compared to 45,714 in 2018.
‘It is time to break the cycle of failure’: Mayor Andy Burnham pledges justice for child sex victims
Mayor has pledged to get justice for the victims of child sex abuse.
GMP chief ‘personally disgusted’ as Operation Augusta review reveals authorities failed child abuse victims
An assurance review of Operation Augusta – which was launched in 2004 following the death of 14-year-old Victoria Agoglia – has established that most of the children they considered were failed by police and children’s services.
‘Where were they?’: Gran of tragic Victoria Agoglia breaks down as report into care failings published
Joan Agoglia broke down in tears as she described her granddaughter’s injuries at a press conference to mark the publication of a review of Operation Augusta.
Recalling the day that changed his world, he said: “Two years ago on my last day in Manchester I was an unfortunate victim of a machete attack and was slashed six times.