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Criminal cases prosecuted by the CPS are in the news every day, along with a range of issues relating to our work – from violence against women and girls and hate crime, to support for victims and witnesses, statistics and speeches.

To ensure greater openness in the reporting of criminal proceedings, the CPS, the police and media representatives developed a joint protocol for working together.

Here you can find our latest news stories and search for others. You can also find additional details about a number of high-profile cases and the work of the CPS.

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Showing 1 - 6 of 6 results for crime type "Hate crime" & area "London North"

Man sentenced for shouting antisemitic abuse

A man has been sentenced to 10 weeks’ imprisonment for shouting antisemitic and other racist slurs in public before making violent threats toward a police officer.

| Press Release , Hate crime , CPS, London North News

Football ban for fan who racially abused Tottenham Hotspur forward

A man who made racist gestures at Son Heung-min during a Premier League match has been banned from football for three years.

| Press Release , Hate crime , London North News

Antisemitic abuser fined after successful CPS prosecution

A man who shouted antisemitic abuse at an orthodox Jewish man in Stamford Hill this week has been prosecuted for a hate crime.

Kevin Joseph, aged 60, pleaded guilty to religiously aggravated intentional harassment at Thames Magistrates’ Court on 18 October 2023.

| Press Release , Hate crime , CPS, London North News

Boy band member sentenced after causing disruption on an aeroplane

Lee Ryan, 40 from the band ‘Blue’ has been sentenced to a suspended term of imprisonment after displaying inappropriate behaviour towards a member of aeroplane cabin crew mid-flight.

| Press Release , Hate crime , London North News

Hate Crime scrutiny panel reviews London hate crime cases

Community representatives have scrutinised a number of hate crime incidents at the latest pan-London hate crime panel, which met on Thursday, 12 January. The panel is chaired by London hate crime lead CCP Barry Hughes.

| Article , Hate crime , London North News

Man sentenced for religiously aggravated threatening behaviour

A 57-year-old man has been given an 18-month suspended sentence for religiously aggravated threatening behaviour in North London.

| Press Release , Hate crime , London North News

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