National media briefing: Howard League for Penal Reform, Crimestoppers, British Heart Foundation and Nominet

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Fewer girls aged 17 and under are being arrested by police forces in Wales, according to the Howard League for Penal Reform.

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Crimestoppers is posting marijuana-scented scratch cards to hundreds of households in an attempt to detect illegal cannabis farms.

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The Football Association will make more than 900 defibrillators available to Premier League and Football League clubs after agreeing a charitable partnership with the British Heart Foundation.

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Bullying is now more prevalent online than anywhere else, with most cyber abuse occurring onFacebook, according to a study by Knowthenet, an online information hub sponsored by Nominet.

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