New government plan pushes almost completely ineffective section 60 search power to the fore, while GMP chief denies institutional racism exists within…
Home secretary calls on police to ‘zap’ the bad guys – but not to highlight the danger to Black people of encouraging trigger happy officers
A year on from the murder of George Floyd by the police, how much has really changed?
Police chief wants videos police brutality that surface on social media censored, while Spycops hearing hears evidence of abuses of power from officers…
A particularly violent month for the good people of the UK who only desire proper justice
More tales of Met misconduct surface, while the cold streak for wrongful charges brought under the Coronavirus Act continues for yet another month
Some police officers actions seek total compliance from the public, even while others flaunt the rules
Home Office statistics show potentially lethal TASER rapidly cementing a place as a tactic for defusing situations, while headline figures show a dispr…
More revelations of racist and morally suspect police interactions rub up against more defences of stop and search practices and timid reforms to fix t…
New police powers and procedures data tell us what we already suspected, as does evidence of police practices caught on Body Worn Video cameras
Home secretary finally agrees with our call for the police to release body cam footage of stop and search incidents to the public... albeit not for the…
This article has been amended to remove a quote from a Huffington Post article referring to the incident between 4Front and the Metropolitan Police as …