Brought to Justice

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Brought to Justice is a new section that's designed to show you the convictions we've achieved in conjunction with our partners in the criminal justice system. By publishing a selection of these, we aim to provide transparency and a greater understanding of both the investigative and judicial process so you can feel reassured that we are working effectively on your behalf.

July

Ashbourne fraudster admits £2.2m money laundering charge

Ashbourne fraudster admits £2.2m money laundering charge
Description
A fraudster who admitted laundering £2.2m through one of his businesses has been jailed for six and a half years.
Date:
22 July 2016

Man jailed for having a knife in Derby city centre

Man jailed for having a knife in Derby city centre
Description
A man found with a knife in Derby city centre has been jailed.
Date:
21 July 2016

Jail term for Ilkeston rapist

Jail term for Ilkeston rapist
Description
A rapist has been jailed for six-and-a-half years and told he will serve a further four years on license.
Date:
20 July 2016

Man and woman jailed for sexually abusing a boy in the 1990s

Man and woman jailed for sexually abusing a boy in the 1990s
Description
A man and woman who sexually abused a young boy have been jailed.
Date:
18 July 2016

Teenager found guilty of murder

Teenager found guilty of murder
Description
Haris Mohammed (16), of Allenton, has today been found guilty of the murder of Tom Webb in Derby earlier this year.
Date:
15 July 2016
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