This is not a list of all offenders jailed, but of those who have committed the most serious offences when Derbyshire Police have deemed it worthy to release their custody photographs to the public.
Jones, 43, of Wardlow Close, Boythorpe, was convicted of six thefts, failing to surrender to custody, breaching a suspended sentence, breaching a conditional discharge & failing to comply with supervision and jailed for 26 weeks.
Wright, 26, of Beaumont Walk, Leicester, has been jailed for 22 weeks after committing seven thefts and an assault by beating. The offences occurred in Shirebrook.
Tuck, 20, of Bower Farm Road, Old Whittington, was jailed for 12 weeks after being convicted of assault, driving without insurance and without a licence, two counts of failing to surrender to custody and possessing Mamba.
Dunne, 42, of Fairfield Road, Buxton was jailed for a total of 26 weeks after breaching a suspended sentence by committing two thefts. The suspended sentence had been imposed for 13 previous thefts.
Burton, 33 of May Farm Close, Hollywood, Birmingham was jailed for five years 10 months after pleading guilty to conspiracy to burgle and converting criminal property
Steadman, 24 of Luce Road, Low Hill, Wolverhampton was jailed for seven years six months after pleading guilty to conspiracy to burgle and converting criminal property
Stubbs, 32, of Asheridge Close, Wednesfield was jailed for six years eight months after pleading guilty to conspiracy to burgle and converting criminal property
Khan, 31 of Great Hampton Street, Whitmore Reans, Wolverhampton was jailed for four years ten months after pleading guilty to conspiracy to burgle, converting criminal property and possession of criminal property.
Reilly, 39 of Wychall Lane, Birmingham was jailed for seven years and six months after admitting conspiracy to burgle and converting criminal property
Osmanagic, 33, of Cowslip Meadow, Draycott, was jailed for 15 months after pleading guilty to one count of fraud by abuse of position after stealing 39,812 from her employers over a period of 17 months.
Davis, 31, of Wenlock Close, Macclesfield, was jailed for 52 weeks after admitting four counts of burglary and theft and one count of criminal damage. The offences took place in Buxton.
Walliss, 35, of Ecclesbourne Close, Water Lane, Wirksworth, was jailed for 26 weeks for theft and failing to comply with a suspended sentence imposed for three assaults, damaging a table and breaching a non-molestation order.
Moxam, 23, of Barlborough,has been jailed for nine years and four months after he admitted causing the deaths of two men by dangerous driving.