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Police officer recognised for saving boy's life

A Police Sergeant has received an award for saving the life of an 11 year old boy in October 2013.

Police Sergeant Robert Jackson from the Roads & Transport Policing Command was presented with a Royal Humane Society Resuscitation Certificate by Deputy Commissioner Craig Mackey and RHS Chairman John Grandy in front of Chief Inspector John Oldham and others at a ceremony held at New Scotland Yard. 562 more words


UPDATE: Murder investigation launched after body of a woman was found in Grand Union Canal

Detectives from the Homicide and Major Crime Command are now treating the death of a woman, whose body was recovered from the Grand Union Canal on Sunday 10th of May, as murder. 312 more words


Even the cops are cashing in on London's crazy property market

London property prices are soaring, especially in the center of the capital. The Metropolitan Police saw this for themselves when they put their iconic New Scotland Yard property in Westminster up for sale for around £250 million ($391 million)—and it sold for a… 222 more words

London police releases Altaf Hussain's cousin

Detectives investigating 2010 murder of MQM Leader, Dr Imran Farooq in London, Iftikhar Hussain Qureshi, the cousin of MQM chief Altaf Hussain have released. Confirming the release, the Metropolitan Police officials said no further action would be taken against Iftikhar Hussain who was arrested in June, 2013 at Heathrow Airport while returning from Canada on suspicion of conspiracy of  murder of Imran Farooq. 143 more words

Calling Jack Diamond

Jack Diamond’s illustrious career with the Metropolitan Police at New Scotland Yard, was coming to an end after 25 years service. He was planning to retire to a lovely cottage in a beautiful village near Torbay. 114 more words


New Scotland Yard

LBFN’s Crime, Community Safety and Security social lab had an excellent and wide-ranging exchange with the new Commander for Engagement in the Metropolitan Police Service, Mak Chishty, on Monday 7 July. 221 more words

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