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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.
- Two people who persistently cause anti-social behaviour in the city centre have been jailed this week.
- 13 October 2017
Man jailed after being found guilty of manslaughter following death of a man in April this year
- Earlier this year, on April 18, a collision happened between a car and a motorcycle in Grassmoor.
- 12 October 2017
Man receives prison sentence after an armed robbery in Ilkeston
- Earlier this year we released an appeal for information following a robbery at an address in MarketPlace.
- 05 October 2017
Two Derby drug dealers sent to jail after police drug search
- A couple of months ago we told you about a drug search that our officers carried out on a house on Edensor Square in the Stockbrook area of Derby on Monday, August 14. Two men were jailed this week as a result of this search.
- 05 October 2017
- A man from Overseal who systematically harassed and intimidated several neighbours for over a year has been jailed.
- 04 October 2017
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