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Crack down on violent criminal gangs since death of Fiona Bone

A year on from the killings of Manx-educated police woman Fiona Bone and her colleague, Greater Manchester Police are making progress in their fight against organised crime.

Fiona and fellow officer Nicola Hughes were killed a year ago yesterday (Sept 18) when they were lured to a house in Hyde by Dale Cregan, now serving a whole life sentence.

Fiona's family travelled from the Island for a memorial service at Hyde police station, which included a minute's silence, with friends, colleagues and police officers from around Britain also gathering to pay respects.

BBC NorthWest Tonight reporter Dave Guest says a determined effort to dismantle violent criminal gangs in the area has been underway:  

 

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