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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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Man charged with attempted robbery after incident at Haddenham garage

A man has been charged with attempted robbery in connecton with an incident at a Haddenham garage last summer.

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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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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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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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UPDATED WITH VIDEO: Live - Panic among commuters as ‘explosion’ leaves ‘many injured’ on London underground

Emergency services were called to a London Underground station after reports of an explosion on a train.

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Hilarious Thames Valley Police transfer deadline day tweet goes viral

Hilarious Thames Valley Police transfer deadline day tweet goes viral

Thursday is transfer deadline day in the world of football and Thames Valley Police saw it as the perfect opportunity to drive home a message to motorists.

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Up to 2 million customers personal data stolen after electronics retailer CEX is hacked

A cyber-attack on Electronics retailer CeX has compromised the personal data of up to 2 million customers, the company has confirmed.

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Thames Valley Police apology after sexist tweet endorsed by force and shared with thousands of followers

Thames Valley Police has apologised after 'liking' a sexist tweet with their Aylesbury Vale account, causing it to appear on the feeds of their 7,500 followers.

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Complaints about parking charges more than doubled in the last year

Complaints about parking charges more than doubled in the last year

Complaints about parking charges more than doubled in the last year according to the latest figures released by consumer advice website, Resolver.

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Royal Mail warn of fake ‘missed delivery’ cards

Royal Mail and Action Fraud are warning households not to duped by fake missed delivery cards.

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Fears sedative 10,000 times stronger than heroin spreading across UK

Fears sedative 10,000 times stronger than heroin spreading across UK

Up to 130 drug users may have died in Britain using man-made sedative Fentanyl just since December, fear police.

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UPDATE: Police trace Woman sticking her tongue out after nationwide ‘urgent appeal’ for witness

Police who issued an urgent appeal to find a woman by issuing a distinctive photograph of her with her tongue sticking out but giving few other details, say they have traced her.

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Pair convicted of hare coursing near Bourne

Pair convicted of hare coursing near Bourne

Two ‘crime tourists’ have been convicted of hare coursing near Bourne.

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NSPCC calls for better legislation after 38 sex crimes against young people by those in a 'position of trust' since 2011

There were 38 offences involving adults in positions of trust who have sexual contact with children in their care across the Thames Valley since 2011, official data shows.
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Warning over fake WhatsApp emails

Warning over fake WhatsApp emails

Messages claiming to be from WhatsApp are being sent by fraudsters intending to steal banking and personal information.

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Fancy a career change? Fast track your way to detective in two years

Thames Valley Police is launching a new career pathway for people to go from police officer to detective constable - in just two years.

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