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  1. Surrey Police is celebrating Shrove Tuesday with a crime-fighting twist – creating edible mugshots of its most sought-after suspects. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/pancake-day-surrey-police-crepe-mugshots-a4370641.html
  2. An online travel agent is being sought by police after allegedly duping customers out of £125,000 and ruining dozens of holidays. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/travel-agent-holiday-scam-met-police-a4335976.html
  3. Britain's most senior police officer has described the legalisation of cannabis in Canada and parts of the US as "interesting experiments" that should be watched. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/met-chief-says-canada-cannabis-legalisation-interesting-experiment-a4315171.html
  4. Youths threw fireworks at police officers in riot gear and bins were set alight on a night of disorder in Leeds. Vehicles belonging to West Yorkshire Police were also damaged in the bonfire night disturbance. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/youths-throw-fireworks-and-set-bins-alight-in-bonfire-night-street-battle-in-leeds-a4279786.html
  5. A 25-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a police officer was hit by a car in Tottenham. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/tottenham-crash-man-25-arrested-on-suspicion-of-attempted-murder-after-police-officer-hit-by-car-a4274781.html
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    BBC: 39 bodies found in Essex lorry container

    Essex lorry deaths: Work starts to identify 39 bodies 23 October 2019 Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThirty nine bodies were found in the trailer container Police have begun the process of trying to identify 39 bodies found in a refrigerated lorry trailer in Essex. The trailer arrived in Purfleet on the River Thames from Zeebrugge, Belgium, at about 00:30 BST. Ambulance staff discovered the bodies in the unit just over an hour later at Waterglade Industrial Park in Grays. The lorry driver, named locally as Mo Robinson, 25, from Portadown, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, is being questioned by police. Deputy Chief Constable of Essex Police Pippa Mills said the vehicle had been moved to a secure site at Tilbury Docks so the bodies of the 38 adults and one teenager could be "recovered while preserving the dignity of the victims". She said identifying the deceased remained a "priority" but was expected to be a "lengthy process". Police said the tractor unit (the front part of the lorry) came from Northern Ireland and picked up the trailer from Purfleet. The tractor and trailer then left the port shortly after 01:05 and officers were called around 30 minutes later when ambulance staff made the grim discovery. Image copyright Facebook Image caption The lorry driver has been named locally as Mo Robinson, from Northern Ireland Police have appealed for witnesses and anyone with information about the lorry's route to contact them. Essex lorry deaths: What we know The National Crime Agency said it had sent officers to assist and identify any "organised crime groups who may have played a part". Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionEssex lorry deaths: CCTV shows arrival at industrial park A spokesman for the Bulgarian foreign affairs ministry said the truck was registered in the country under the name of a company owned by an Irish citizen. He said it was "highly unlikely" the deceased were Bulgarians. Image copyright PA Media Image caption The lorry has been moved to a secure location at Tilbury Docks Prime Minister Boris Johnson said it was an "unimaginable tragedy and truly heartbreaking". Speaking at Prime Minister's Questions, he said: "I know that the thoughts and prayers of all members will be with those who lost their lives and their loved ones. "I'm receiving regular updates. The Home Office will work closely with Essex Police as we establish exactly what has happened." Tricky task of catching the people smugglers Since the Calais migrant camps were shut three years ago and security measures were increased at Dover and the Channel Tunnel, people smugglers have increasingly moved to other routes. Asked which ports are being used, the National Crime Agency told me: "All of them." More dangerous methods are being used to get human cargo through. The most common one is being hidden in the back of a lorry, but increasingly commercial shipping containers are being used, sometimes even refrigerated ones of the type seen on the back of the truck in Essex. Risks are substantial for the migrants, who can pay £10,000 or more for a space on these vehicles. Read more: Tricky task of catching the people smugglers How many migrants have died in transit? The number of migrants who die in transit has been recorded by the UN since 2014. Since then, five bodies of suspected migrants have been found in lorries or containers in the UK: 2014: An Afghan migrant was found dead at Tilbury Docks, Essex. He was in a shipping container, with 34 Afghans who survived 2015: Two migrants were found dead in a wooden crate in a warehouse in Branston, Staffordshire. The crate had been sent from Italy 2016: An 18-year-old migrant was crushed while clinging to the underside of a lorry in Banbury, Oxfordshire 2016: A body was found in the back of a lorry in Kent, which had travelled from France Data was not collected in the same way before the migrant crisis began in 2014, but such deaths are not new. In 2000, 58 Chinese migrants were found suffocated to death in a lorry at Dover. In 2015, the bodies of 71 people were found in an abandoned lorry on an Austrian motorway. Police suspected the vehicle was part of a Bulgarian-Hungarian human trafficking operation. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption"An absolute tragedy and a very sad day for Essex" – Pippa Mills from Essex Police Essex Police has set up a casualty bureau for anyone concerned about relatives to call. The British Red Cross has confirmed staff and volunteers were helping "those dealing with this terrible tragedy". Are you in the area? 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When sending us pictures, video or eyewitness accounts at no time should you endanger yourself or others, take any unnecessary risks or infringe any laws. Please ensure you have read the terms and conditions. Terms and conditions The BBC's Privacy Policy View the full article
  7. A Metropolitan Police Officer who appeared on the Nigerian version of Big Brother hit back at her bosses today stating she is a "proud black woman" who prides herself in her work. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/met-police-officer-khafi-kareem-facing-investigation-after-appearing-on-nigerian-big-brother-hits-a4211876.html
  8. Improved social mobility in the UK could do more to stop extremism than "policing and state security" combined, Scotland Yard’s counter-terrorism chief has said. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/counterterror-chief-neil-basu-says-police-cant-tackle-extremism-alone-a4207246.html
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