The Police Federation has complained of the conditions its members are facing during the operation.
Aaron Armstrong, the boyfriend of late Love Island star Sophie Gradon, was found dead in Blyth, Northumberland, just weeks after his girlfriend's death.
Jordan Burling's mother Dawn Cranston, grandmother Denise Cranston and sister Abigail Burling, were found guilty at Leeds Crown Court of playing a part in treatment that led to his death.
Christopher Williams Jr died after shooting himself in the head with a gun he found at home in Houston, Texas.
Kind-hearted people have raised thousands of pounds to pay for repairs after vandals wreaked havoc following England's World Cup win over Sweden.
Tony Ross was left with a huge hole in the side of his house in Burnley, Lancashire, after a BMW ploughed into it following a collision with a taxi.
The 20-year-old, from Wigan, was arrested on suspicion of arson with intent to endanger life, Lancashire Police said.
Russian politican Sergei Zheleznyak said the apparent poisoning of Dawn Sturgess and Charlie Rowley in Amesbury was being used to stoke 'anti-Russian hysteria'.
A boy has been charged in connection with the attempted murder of a 14-year-old in Archway, London.
Janet Smith, 62, says she found a nail in her car's tyre after picking up her grandchildren from school in Highbridge, Somerset.
Caelan Megson, 21, Brandon Frew, 19, Declan Grove, 19, and Matt Walshaw, 18, all from the Horsforth area of Leeds, died in the crash.
A nurse who headed up a criminal network that subjected Nigerian women to voodoo rituals before trafficking them to Europe and forcing them into sex work has been found guilty in the first conviction of its kind. Josephine Iyamu was convicted of modern slavery offences and perverting the course of justice after a trial at Birmingham Crown Court.
Patrick Ryan, 62, has added to his lengthy criminal record after being jailed at Preston Crown Court for urinating on two buses and groping a woman.
Carol Gotts, 76, was left with a gash in her head, black eyes and bruises after the brick was thrown through her window at home in Maltby, Rotherham.
Daily Digit is the story behind the numbers that make our world work. Today we’re looking at a decades-long arrangement to transfer surplus equipment from the Department of Defense to local police departments. You’ve likely read stories of small-town cops curiously coming into possession of “controlled items,” like bomb-resistant armored vehicles or night-vision goggles. However, the bulk of transfers are much more mundane “uncontrolled items,” such as socks, toilet paper or office supplies. Since 1990, the total value of both controlled and uncontrolled items has come to about $6 billion. While police use of military equipment has come under public scrutiny in recent years — particularly during the 2014 protests against police brutality in Ferguson, Mo. — the program remains active today.
Steve Cattanach said it was 'heartbreaking' that more than 100,000 bees had been killed after vandals destroyed his hives at Carr-Ellison Park in Hebburn.
Madrid Police posted the video of Poncho the dog appearing to give CPR to an officer who pretended to collapse.
British Transport Police said a man was arrested after Charing Cross Station was closed following reports of a man on the tracks claiming to have a bomb.
Joshua Juggan, 24, and Malik Ragnatt, 21, will appear at Coventry Magistrates’ Court charged with robbery.
Peter Pugh, 75, was found stuck in marshland after being spotted by a police drone nearly 24 hours after he went missing in Norfolk.