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Brought to Justice is 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.
Five men jailed for drugs and firearms offences
- A gang that cuckooed a property to use it as a base to deal drugs from has today been jailed for more than 21 years.
- 16 November 2018
Two people jailed for dealing drugs after police search at North Derbyshire house
- Two people have been jailed by a judge at Derby Crown Court having been found guilty of being in possession of heroin and cocaine in order to deal.
- 08 November 2018
Fraudster who preyed on elderly victims jailed
- A fraudster who targeted five vulnerable, elderly victims across Derby has been jailed for 40 months.
- 25 October 2018
Derby drug dealer jailed for 24 years
- A Derby drug dealer who was part of an industrial drugs operation totalling more than £30m has been jailed for 24 years.
- 24 October 2018
Man jailed after robbery of 102-year-old woman
- A 34-year-old man who robbed an elderly relative has been sentenced to eight years in prison.
- 23 October 2018
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