Subscribe now for just £20 per year

PoliceOracle.com

 

Latest Off Beat Story

Ram-raiders unearth 500-year-old hidden gem to turn 'disaster' into triumph

Hole-in-wall gang inadvertently expose historical treasure. • Ram-raiders who fled from a shop empty-handed unwittingly struck gold - without noticing. The hapless wannabe thieves helped to uncover archaeological treasures from the Tudor and medieval periods in an attack on a village retail store that didn’t quite go according to pl

Read More

Latest Cartoon

13/11/18 Laugh at the lighter side of Policing with our daily cartoons.

See today's cartoon

More Off Beat Stories

David Schwimmer praises Lancashire Police while denying he's their suspect

David Schwimmer praises Lancashire Police while denying he's their suspect

Ross from Friends look-a-like being sought by Blackpool cops. • David Schwimmer has responded after social media users drew attention to an alleged thief who bears a resemblance to his character in the sitcom Friends. Police in Blackpool had posted on Facebook asking for witnesses to identify a suspect pictured leaving a restaurant in

Read More
Force on the lookout for Ross from Friends doppelganger

Force on the lookout for Ross from Friends doppelganger

Members of the public eagerly joined search for Ross Geller lookalike. • Social media users responded with hilarity after police issued an appeal for an alleged thief bearing a resemblance to Friends star David Schwimmer. Police in Blackpool posted on Facebook asking for witnesses to identify a suspect pictured leaving a restaur

Read More
Burglar locked-up after DNA match found on discarded lip balm

Burglar locked-up after DNA match found on discarded lip balm

Career criminal left balm in stolen motor. • A burglar with a penchant for stealing high-value cars was caught after his DNA was found on a lip balm left in one of the stolen motors. Two Mercedes were taken by Sheridan Fayomi in May last year in St Neots, Cambridge – one of them found abandoned in Barnet, north London

Read More
Paws for thought to security of Wills, Kate, Meghan, George, Charlotte and Louis at wedding of princess Eugenie

Paws for thought to security of Wills, Kate, Meghan, George, Charlotte and Louis at wedding of princess Eugenie

Police Oracle is on the a-scent of royal exclusive to give a dog a 'throne'. • A budget-conscious force has made an impassioned plea to help with the safety costs of six very special ‘royal’ arrivals on their patch – William, Kate, Meghan, George, Charlotte and Louis. West Midlands Police promises the short-term assistan

Read More
See more off beat news »