These are the people who have been jailed in Derbyshire courts over the past month.

These are the criminals jailed in Derbyshire in the past month - in pictures

These are the faces of the criminals jailed in courts in Derbyshire in the past month.

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.

Paul Peel of no fixed abode pleaded guilty to supplying Class A drugs. He was jailed for five and a half years.

5. Paul Peel

Paul Peel of no fixed abode pleaded guilty to supplying Class A drugs. He was jailed for five and a half years.
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Woodward, of Greyfriars Place, Mickleover admitted possession of an offensive weapon and the possession of ammunition. He was jailed for five years.

6. Jack Woodward

Woodward, of Greyfriars Place, Mickleover admitted possession of an offensive weapon and the possession of ammunition. He was jailed for five years.
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Henry, of Watkins Street, Swansea, admitted supplying Class A drugs and was jailed for four years and nine months.'Also jailed for total of 3 months for possession of a lock knife, and obstructing an authorised person.

7. Cameron Henry

Henry, of Watkins Street, Swansea, admitted supplying Class A drugs and was jailed for four years and nine months.'Also jailed for total of 3 months for possession of a lock knife, and obstructing an authorised person.
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Shakil of Curtis Way, Burton Upon Trent was jailed for three years after admitting conspiracy to supply heroin and crack cocaine. The crimes related to three separate addresses in Swadlincote

8. Tareem Shakil

Shakil of Curtis Way, Burton Upon Trent was jailed for three years after admitting conspiracy to supply heroin and crack cocaine. The crimes related to three separate addresses in Swadlincote
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