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Police misconduct hearing over events leading up to fatal crash on A413 starts today

The actions of police officers leading up to a crash which left two loved ones dead and another seriously injured could amount to ‘gross misconduct’, according to an independent review.

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Hotels in Bicester failed child sexual exploitation tests

Hotels in Bicester failed child sexual exploitation tests

Four out of eight hoteliers in Bicester were willing to sell a room for the night to a fifteen year old girl and an older man - prompting calls for further training in spotting the signs of child sexual exploitation.

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Police crime scene investigation into a body found at Brackley Road Cemetary, Buckingham. PNL-171202-142531009

UPDATED: Gravedigger finds human remains at Buckingham Cemetery while creating new plot

A police forensic investigation was launched at a Buckingham cemetery this weekend following the discovery of unknown human remains.

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Young Aylesbury dad Brandon Lavender in court accused of killing his brother in breakfast time fracas

A young father accused of stabbing his brother to death appeared before a crown court judge today (Friday).

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Aylesbury murder suspect Brandon Lavender to appear in court today

An 18-year-old man charged with murder after a man was stabbed in Aylesbury is appearing at Reading Crown Court today.

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Tring allotment holders fear more damage

Tring Rd Allotment holders "Fear damage will get worse"

A group of county councillors say they fear the problems of vandalism at the Vale’s allotments will only get worse if they are not tackled soon.

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Aylesbury Sewage Treatment Works

"200 Olympic swimming pools" of untreated sewage released into Aylesbury's waterways

Thames Water Utilities are in trouble over several environmental infringements and now face the prospect of their biggest ever fine after a series of waste spills spewed millions of litres of sewage into local rivers.

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Investigation opened after a fatal collision

Crash officers face hearing after fatal accident

The actions of police officers leading up to a crash which left two loved ones dead and another seriously injured could amount to ‘gross misconduct’, according to an independent review.

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Legoland in Windsor. Picture: Wikicommons/Flikr

Huge cannabis factory uncovered at Legoland

A huge cannabis factory has been uncovered at Legoland - apparently planted by someone sneaking in from the Queen’s estate.

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Upset for little boy as heartless thieves steal mini-motorbike from dad’s van outside their Thame home

A little boy has been left devastated after his dad’s van was broken into an his mini-motorbike was stolen.

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John Neville Gomez has been jailed after a burglary in Ivinghoe

Man jailed after stealing PlayStation and other items in burglary

A man has been jailed for four years and four months after a burglary in Ivinghoe in which a PlayStation and other items were stolen.

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Body cameras: coming to a school near you soon

Body cameras: coming to a school near you soon

The use of body cameras by front line police and other uniformed enforcement agencies is increasing at an unstoppable rate both in the US and UK.

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Mum’s anger as missing dog’s microchip address is changed

Mum’s anger as missing dog’s microchip address is changed

A mum has spoken of her horror at discovering that a pet microchipping database had allowed a new owner to register her missing pedigree dog.

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REGIONAL: Sixteen stowaways who spent TWO DAYS in the back of a lorry were detained after one of them ..... called the police.

The desperate men were found inside the lorry on the A41 outside a Tesco in Bicester, Oxon, around 6.30pm on Tuesday night.

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Facebook cloning: What’s true and what’s false about the viral warning?

Facebook cloning: What’s true and what’s false about the viral warning?

Facebook users may be seeing posts from their friends warning them about “Facebook cloning”. Some concerned account holders are urging others not to accept a second friend request from accounts purporting to belong to them.

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Tony Franklin's petition has gained 100,000 signatures

Aylesbury dad who lost £1m on high stakes gambling machines, collects 100,000 signatures to ban them from high street

A dad who lost about £1 million and is estranged from his son after a 30-year gambling addiction is warning others about the dangers of fixed odds betting terminals.
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A TVP police officer has been dismissed for racism

'Racist' police officer dismissed after gross misconduct hearing

Following a hearing for gross misconduct, a Thames Valley Police officer has been dismissed from the force without notice.

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‘The longest and most complex case in the history of Thames Valley Police’: Six convicted of multi-million pound fraud

Six people have been convicted of corruption, fraudulent trading and money laundering following an investigation by Thames Valley Police that lasted more than ten years.

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Confiscation order seizes £74,000 from cannabis growing criminals

Officers from Thames Valley Police's Asset Recovery Team have obtained confiscation orders against three men who grew cannabis on an industrial scale.

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Warning to parents over video app after perverts sickening post as school children chat online

Warning to parents over video app after pervert’s sickening post as school children chat online

A warning has been issued to parents nationwide by police today about children using the live.ly app after a serious sexual offence was committed in front of a group of English primary school children online.

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