"This is an horrendous form of assault and as a member of the chief officer team I have a duty to help protect those on the front-line as best I can."— Northumbria Police (@northumbriapol) July 19, 2018
Those are the words of @ACCRachelBacon as we introduce spit guards to all officers from tomorrow.https://t.co/6w1vAxqRdX pic.twitter.com/LyGZ5kUNlE
Can you help officers at @NPCNCLCentral trace the vandal responsible for this damage? The victim is an elderly woman who volunteers as a street pastor. When she returned to the vehicle at 4am on Saturday, July 7, she found it had been damaged. More here: https://t.co/QvBn40V3pF pic.twitter.com/VhV8FaTP7o— Newcastle Police (@npnewcastle) July 19, 2018
Thank you to England fans who behaved impeccably during the defeat last night.— Northumbria Police (@northumbriapol) July 12, 2018
There was no disorder in our major cities despite 30% more calls last night.
You were a credit to your region and we just wanted to say thank you.
Read a bit more here: https://t.co/g8V0UL2miw pic.twitter.com/veq3cWL5zw
Officers are being drafted in from all over the country, from forces that are already stretched to breaking point.— Louise Haigh MP (@LouHaigh) July 12, 2018
250 from Greater Manchester
160 from South Yorkshire
Over 100 from Northumbria
Nearly 300 from West Yorkshire when they have an EDL demo to police themselves
Northumbria police have confirmed a 25 year old man has been found dead in Blyth today. Reports tonight suggest it could be former Love Island star Sophie Gradon’s boyfriend Aaron Armstrong.— Metro Radio News (@MetroRadioNews) July 10, 2018
We had more 999 calls on Saturday then we did on New Year's Eve - a 62 per cent spike from the previous weekend! Football fans have not caused large disorder in our region but you still need to drink responsibly and look after yourselves. Read more here: https://t.co/0NaNb3MEPG pic.twitter.com/EchgvVMD3Q— Northumbria Police (@northumbriapol) July 10, 2018
The wait is over as the Tall Ships continue to arrive in #Sunderland! We're proud to be a part of the event, which runs until Saturday. If you're heading down, make sure you stop and say hello to our officers! More info - https://t.co/xdivQ8fFrR @TallShipsSund #WearOnBoard pic.twitter.com/eXAOpGmi6W— Northumbria Police (@northumbriapol) July 11, 2018
another good one:— Dan Jackson (@northumbriana) July 19, 2018
A lorryload of terrapins on its way to the Aquarium in Tynemouth has overturned in Ashington. Northumbria police described the scene as turtle mayhem.