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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.

August

A man who was stopped twice by police in possession of synthetic cannabinoids has been jailed

A man who was stopped twice by police in possession of synthetic cannabinoids has been jailed
Description
On both occasions, the man was carrying synthetic cannabinoids that had been prepared for sale in separate bags.
Date:
02 August 2017

Disgruntled school IT technician convicted after he accessed systems remotely to cause disruption

Disgruntled school IT technician convicted after he accessed systems remotely to cause disruption
Description
A disgruntled IT technician who remotely accessed a school server has become one of the first people in Derbyshire to be convicted under the Computer Misuse Act.
Date:
01 August 2017
July

Man sentenced to life after being found guilty of non-recent child sex offences

Description
John Wass (69) of Emmet Field Close was sentenced at Derby Crown Court following a three week trial.
Date:
31 July 2017

Three men who raced a stolen car are jailed for more than a decade in total

Three men who raced a stolen car are jailed for more than a decade in total
Description
Three men who were pursued through the streets of Sheffield in a stolen car have been jailed for more than a decade in total.
Date:
27 July 2017

Drug dealer found with wraps in his underwear is jailed for three years

Drug dealer found with wraps in his underwear is jailed for three years
Description
A drug dealer who was stopped by police in Derby has been jailed for three years.
Date:
26 July 2017
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