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Hackney police crack down on Nitrous Oxide

Police in Shacklewell have launched a crackdown on the sale of laughing gas, deploying up to eight officers in unmarked cars to break up...

STOP AND SEARCH TACTICS MEAN MORE BLACK PEOPLE ARE STOPPED IN...

Police have made no apologies for stop and search tactics that mean more black people are stopped than any other ethnicity in Hackney. They also...

Trevor Monerville’s father wants answers about police spying

A father demanding justice for his son Trevor Monerville has been given fresh hope more than 20 years after his murder. Trevor Monerville, who was...

Appeal after puppy attacked in “absolute frenzy” by dangerous dog

A three-month-old puppy was left fighting for its life after a frenzied dog launched an attack that left the helpless pup with broken ribs,...

Police overwhelmingly white and male, says Hackney councillor

A Hackney councillor has labelled the Metropolitan Police “overwhelmingly white and male” in a serious critique of the London force. Rick Muir, who is also...

Police engage businesses on child sexual exploitation

Child sexual exploitation is not just committed by “gangs of old men” from Rochdale, a police officer has said. PC Joshua Dearsley, Hackney ambassador for...

Fears for missing Hackney woman suffering from depression

Police are appealing for help finding a woman last seen at her Hackney home on 5 November.  It is believed that Alicja Stawkowski, 37, may...

Hackney Council demands more officers to combat rising violent crime

Hackney Council has launched a petition calling for the return of 100 police officers to the borough as violent crime has increased dramatically. Hackney now...

Police make two arrests after Stamford Hill motorbike chase

Armed police arrested two men on suspicion of firearm offences in Stamford Hill on Tuesday night. An eyewitness said he heard a crash and then...

Lordship Park prostitution still a problem-residents

Residents in Lordship Park and Queen Elizabeth’s Walk are unhappy that, despite attempts to tackle prostitution, kerb crawling remains an issue and police are...