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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.
Man jailed for trafficking people into Derby to exploit them
- A man who trafficked people to Derby in order to exploit them has been jailed for almost four years.
- 13 December 2017
Derby man sent to prison for sexual assault on Normanton Road
- A Derby man has been sent to prison for sexually assaulting a woman on Normanton Road in the city.
- 12 December 2017
Post office robbers are sent to prison
- Two robbers who stole more than £32,000 from Crich Post Office have been jailed for a total of ten years.
- 11 December 2017
- Two men who broke into a house and beat two people with metal crutches have been jailed for over seven and half years in total.
- 08 December 2017
Man jailed for stealing a Poppy Appeal charity box and goods from stores in Gamesley and Glossop
- A man has been sentenced to 50 weeks behind bars after he stole a Poppy Appeal collection tin from Gamesley, goods from another store in Gamesley and one in Glossop.
- 08 December 2017
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