A national report has praised Nottinghamshire Police for its work to protect vulnerable people from exploitation during the pandemic.
Neighbourhood policing teams will get a green boost this week as a new range of hybrid and economic cars are added to Nottinghamshire's fleet.
Nottinghamshire Police is working closely with Action Fraud after receiving 21 reports of the HMRC scam in seven days.
A vulnerable man, who suffers from dementia, received a call from a fraudster offering him his second covid-19 vaccination.
Police searching for two stolen spaniels have released more information about the car they want to trace.
Officers have been carrying out operations to ensure the county's roads are kept safe.
Police are trying to trace a car that could be connected to the theft of two spaniels yesterday afternoon (Friday).
Local intelligence led officers to the farm following reports of a stolen car yesterday (Thursday).
Farmers have seen a surge in fly-tipping, trespass, hare coursing and theft — costing them more than £7,600 on average.
The assault was reported to have happened near the Hearty Goodfellow pub, Southwell, at around 11pm Monday.
A former police constable who refused to leave policing behind despite being confronted by a man with a machete has been thanked for her dedication.
They were detained within 20 minutes following the report at around 9.45am, before their parents were called to collect them.
The RSPCA is now warning the public of the risks of buying imported puppies after a number of them died of a highly infectious disease.
He appeared at Nottingham Magistrates' Court charged with two offences of fraud by abuse of position and three offences of theft.
The fraudster knocked on the door of a Newark property and tried to gain entry to read the gas meter.
Friday and Saturday night saw officers from Newark, Southwell and Ollerton carrying out hi-visibility and covert patrols.
Crime in Nottinghamshire has fallen by more than almost anywhere else in the country in the last year.