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‘Police were spying on me rather than looking for killers’

‘Police were spying on me rather than looking for killers’

Another 17 families running “justice campaigns”, including the relatives of Stephen Lawrence and Jean Charles de Menezes, have also been subject to surveillance.…

Chhokar murder: Hearing set over Crown bid for new trial

Chhokar murder: Hearing set over Crown bid for new trial

A date has been set for a hearing in which the Crown will apply for a fresh trial of three men over the murder of an Asian man in North…

4WardEver Film Gallery update

4WardEver Film Gallery update

Check out the new additions to the video gallery with third-party footage selected in keeping with the aims and ethos of the 4WardEver UK collective.…

Dallas and Arlington demonstrators protest police shootings

Dallas and Arlington demonstrators protest police shootings

Several rallies, hundreds strong, took place Wednesday in both Dallas and Arlington, where demonstrators protested against police shootings.…

Body cameras for all Met officers within two years

Body cameras for all Met officers within two years

All frontline officers in the country's biggest police force will routinely use body-worn cameras within the next two years. The cameras are being introduced in the wake of the fatal…

Edge Fund calling for new applications

Edge Fund calling for new applications

The Edge Fund is inviting new applications from individuals and grassroots groups, in order to support projects which are relevant to communities campaigning on discrimination and injustice.…

Parents of Darius Simmons shot by neighbor win $1.5m judgement

Parents of Darius Simmons shot by neighbor win $1.5m judgement

The parents of a 13-year-old Milwaukee boy who was fatally shot by an elderly neighbor have won a $1.5 million civil judgment against the convicted killer.…

Should police be charged with murder in the line of duty?

Should police be charged with murder in the line of duty?

'The need for a split second judgment that will decide between life or death is not an extreme exception. It is built into the planning.'…