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This is what you can do if you think your neighbours are smoking cannabis

While some people may not be too bothered about their neighbours smoking cannabis in their own homes, others may find it particularly annoying.

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Police have appealed for witnesses

Pub customer told 'give us everything you've got' before being stabbed in Northamptonshire by 14-year-old boy

Police are appealing for witnesses following an attempted robbery in Towcester.
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WATCH: Banned Royal Mail TV ad ‘too scary’ to be aired

A Royal Mail ad intended to raise awareness of the threat of identity theft has been banned for being too scary.

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Peter Clarke, Chief Inspector of Prisons published a report on HMP Aylesbury Today

Big problems for HMP Aylesbury as report published

The Independent Monitoring Board has highlighted what they see as the four main problems with Aylesbury Prison in their latest annual report.

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Police issue warning over bogus callers

Police warning over cold calls from bogus bailiffs

Action Fraud, the UK’s fraud and cyber-crime reporting centre, has reported an increase in cold calls to the public from bogus bailiffs requesting payments for a “phantom” debt.

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The scam in action

Police issue warning over supermarket money-off voucher scam

Police have issued a warning about a new scam currently doing the rounds on WhatsApp involving ‘money off vouchers’.

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Thames Valley Police has released a CCTV image of a man who could have vital information in connection with a GBH incident in Bicester which took place on September 16. NNL-171024-123218001

Police looking for man who may have information about assault

Thames Valley Police has released a CCTV image of a man who could have vital information in connection with a GBH incident in Bicester.

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Know the signs of modern slavery in nail bars in a bid to stop human trafficking within the beauty industry.

WARNING: Know of the signs of modern slavery in nail bars

Leading anti-slavery charity, Unseen, and The British Association of Beauty Therapy and Cosmetology are asking people to know the signs of modern slavery in nail bars in a bid to stop human trafficking within the beauty industry.

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A lost cat call could cost lives

Lost cats and missing keys top list of ridiculous 999 calls

A worrying list of bizarre 999 calls from timewasters includes reports of a ‘confused’ horse and a complaint about too much sweetcorn on a pizza.

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VIDEO: Woman jailed for illegally importing sick puppies after 14-month Thames Valley Police investigation

A puppy seller who imported ‘scores’ of sick border collies from a puppy farm in Ireland before passing them off as a homebred has been jailed thanks to a 14-month investigation by Thames Valley Police and the RSPCA.

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Inspector Simon Hills of the Joint Roads Policing Unit. Photo: Thames Valley Police NNL-171018-104427001

Uninsured vehicles campaign heralded by police

A pioneering operation targeting uninsured vehicles was heralded by the police as 80 per cent of those vehicles have now been insured.

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VIDEO: Police officers train for high-speed car chases at Silverstone

Police officers have been receiving extra lessons in high-speed car chases - by playing a PlayStation VIDEO GAME at Silverstone race track on the border of Northants and Bucks.

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A Milton Keynes company has been fined after an unknown waste carrier illegally dumped its waste on the road between Whaddon and Nash

Milton Keynes company landed with fine after ‘unscrupulous’ waste carrier dumps rubbish on road near Buckingham

A company from Milton Keynes has been hit with a fine after trusting a dodgy waste carrier to correctly dispose of its waste.

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Dominic Raab - why tougher penalties for those who bring death and destruction to our roads are needed

Dominic Raab - why tougher penalties for those who bring death and destruction to our roads are needed

In a split second, someone’s life can be changed forever.

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Do you know the law on naked selfies?

Sending a naked selfie can be a criminal offence — but not many teenagers know this

Young people have always explored their sexuality and shared these experiences with others.

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Council to spend £1000 on care home legal advice

Council to spend £1000 on care home legal advice

Buckingham Town Council have elected to spend £1000 pursuing legal advice to back up their objections to a new care home.

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Man convicted of manslaughter after Adam Fanelli death at Nash Park

Man convicted of manslaughter after Adam Fanelli death at Nash Park

The man previously convicted of Adam Fanelli’s murder has been found guilty of manslaughter, following a re-trial

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Police are appealing for information in relation to an incident of indecent exposure in Buckingham

UPDATED WITH COMMENTS FROM VICTIM: Images released as part of police investigation into alleged exposure at Buckingham park

Police are trying to trace the man in these images as part of an investigation into an alleged incident of exposure in a park in Buckingham on Monday morning.

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Inspector Anthony Rawson tweeted this image the day after the incident

'I need it to get to bed': Daventry man heavily fined after stealing golf buggy and drink-driving it home

A Daventry man arrested for stealing a golf buggy from a masquerade ball and driving it drunk via a pit-stop in a drive-thru McDonald's told police officers he needed the vehicle to "get home to bed".
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Thames Valley Police has launched a campaign to tackle modern slavery

Three modern slavery crimes recorded every week across Thames Valley

Thames Valley Police has revealed it records three modern slavery crimes every week across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire as part of a new anti-abuse campaign.

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