Police and partners pledge zero tolerance on FGM
Greater Manchester Police has spoken out against Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in advance of the UN International Day of Zero Tolerance for FGM on Saturday 6 February.
GMP's response to the 'Anti-Semitic Incidents' report
GMP’s response to the ‘Anti-Semitic Incidents’ report, which was released by the Community Security Trust on Thursday 4 February 2016.
Ten men guilty of serious sexual offences
Ten men have been found guilty of a range of serious sexual offences as part of Operation Doublet, an investigation into child sexual exploitation mainly in Rochdale, with the majority happening between 2004 and 2008.
Rapist jailed 32 years after he attacked a woman
Detectives from GMP's Cold Case Unit have used DNA profiling to snare rapist Henry William Drennan 32 years after the attack in North Manchester
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Chris Hadfield / Tom Bowes
Welcome to the Manchester North Neighbourhood pages of the website. Over the summer months the neighbourhood team have been engaged in several operations across the area. We saw several religious festivals including Eid and the Jewish High Holy Days take place. Unfortunately we have in the past seen a rise in crime and anti-social behaviour directed to those attending events linked to these festivals. This year we have worked with the communities and partner organisations to address such issues...click here to read more