The Criminal Finances Bill has today (Thursday 27 April) received Royal Assent.
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- CMA accepts gyms merger undertakings
- Customer enquiry service changes
- Cutting-edge technology innovation: apply for business funding
- PM's first meeting with new Cabinet: 13 June 2017
- David Mundell MP reappointed Secretary of State for Scotland
- Update on PrEP Impact trial in England
- UK digital health sector sets up wins in Brazil at Hospitalar
- UAE delegation visits pioneering UK drug rehabilitation services
- Fines of over £168,000 imposed for fisheries offences
The award follows approval from the Police Reform and Transformation Board.
The minister for Policing and the Fire Service, Brandon Lewis, visited the Police Rehabilitation Centre yesterday (Tuesday 28 February), at Flint House in Goring-on-Thames.
A consultation has been launched on five new codes of practice under the Investigatory Powers Act 2016.
New government guidelines will stop senior fire officers from being re-employed in the same or similar roles after they have retired.
The Home Secretary has appointed Max Hill QC as the government’s new Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation.
Home Secretary announces £40 million package of government measures to protect children and young people from sexual abuse.
The Home Office has extended Tony Porter’s contract for a further 3 years.
A key bill in the police reform agenda has today achieved Royal Assent.
Home Office announces the second phase of the local alcohol action areas (LAAA) programme which sees 33 new regions coming on board.
The Home Secretary announces plans to crack down on ‘deal-lines’ used by county lines drugs gangs.
Amber Rudd inspected the cadets, presented awards and heard the unit’s work helping the police prevent crime in the local area.
Fake Harry Potter wands, “Paco Rabanne” perfume and “Beats” headphones among items intercepted.
More major high street names join scheme to help prevent sales of knives to under-18s.
Amber Rudd meets Sikh community to discuss hate crime.
Home Secretary announces plans for stalking protection orders.
Amber Rudd leads joint action on FGM.
Amber Rudd leads joint action on FGM.
More than £26 million awarded over the next 3 years to support 28 transformational policing projects.
A landmark bill which sets out and governs the powers available to the police, security and intelligence agencies to gather and access electronic communications has received Royal Assent.
Home Secretary approves appointment to replace former chair, Dame Shirley Pearce.
Nine community projects and 59 places of worship have been awarded Home Office funding to tackle hate crime
Professor Manning appointed for a 3 year term.
Explanatory memorandum on intention to exercise right to opt into revised Europol framework published.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd gave an update on the joint work of the UK and French governments in Calais.
£5million will help Police Now expand across 19 forces and take on 250 graduates recruits.
Home Secretary announces £8.5 million investment to tackle modern slavery.
A group of unaccompanied children have been transferred from Calais to the UK today (17 October).
The French Interior Minister and British Home Secretary agree to work together to ensure the successful dismantling of the Calais camp.
Director General of UK Visas & Immigration departs after more than 11 years at the Home Office.
Peace deal marks the end of over 50 years of internal conflict in South American country.
The forces were found to be failing to meet 3 or more of the scheme’s requirements during inspections in 2015.
Home Office hosts annual Lord Ferrers Awards to mark the extraordinary achievements of volunteers in policing.
The Home Office today launched a programme of support for frontline organisations working to challenge extremism in their communities.
Anniversary is marked by the arrival of more than 100 refugees.
Robert Goodwill unveiled the new site, which is Her Majesty’s Passport Office’s largest office.
Criminal assets stolen in Nigeria and seized in the UK are to be returned to the West African country through a new agreement signed this week.
Three months after landmark legislation commenced on 26 May 2016, figures show 332 retailers no longer selling psychoactive substances and 186 arrests.
Government publishes the latest round of police procurement data
Forty-one projects awarded funding for places of safety for people in mental health crisis.
The global roll out of the Home Office’s Access UK visit visa service is now complete.
Professor Alexis Jay to take over as chair after serving as a member of the current inquiry panel.
Safeguarding Minister Sarah Newton announces the commencement of new powers in the Modern Slavery Act.
Fourteen ground-breaking projects will receive money from the police transformation fund.
Dame Lowell Goddard resigns as Chair of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.
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