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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.
Serial cycling groper jailed for string of city centre sex assaults
- A 36-year-old man has been sentenced to three years and nine months in prison after admitting a string of sexual offences in Derby city centre.
- 14 January 2019
Man jailed for 27 months for a burglary at a house in Tideswell
- A man has been jailed for more than two years after officers found him in the kitchen of a house in Tideswell.
- 28 December 2018
Man jailed for stealing from shops in Buxton
- A man has been jailed for stealing from shops in Buxton.
- 17 December 2018
- Anthony Dealey has today, Friday, December 7, been sentenced to life with a minimum jail term of 13-and-a-half-years after a jury found him guilty of four charges relating to an attack on a woman last year.
- 07 December 2018
Man jailed after Woodville stabbing
- A man who stabbed his victim for 'taking too long' in a queue at an Asda petrol station has been sentenced to eight years in prison.
- 06 December 2018
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