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Azelle Rodney death: Met marksman loses High Court challenge

Azelle Rodney death: Met marksman loses High Court challenge

A Met Police marksman has lost his High Court bid to challenge a public inquiry finding he used excessive force when he killed a robbery suspect. Last year, an inquiry…

Mark Duggan’s mother lodges legal challenge against judge

Mark Duggan’s mother lodges legal challenge against judge

The mother of Mark Duggan, whose fatal shooting by police provoked the 2011 riots, has lodged a legal challenge against the judge who presided over the inquest into her son's…

Jimmy Mubenga’s family urges CPS to make decision about charges

Jimmy Mubenga’s family urges CPS to make decision about charges

Relatives of Jimmy Mubenga, who died after being restrained by three G4S guards while being deported from the UK more than three years ago, say their lives are on hold…

Police marksman challenges unlawful killing verdict

Police marksman challenges unlawful killing verdict

A "distinguished" police marksman is challenging a public inquiry ruling that he used excessive force when he killed robbery suspect Azelle Rodney. Lawyers for the officer, known only as E7,…

Kingsley Burrell: March against police and state brutality

Kingsley Burrell: March against police and state brutality

Trainee security guard Kingsley Burrell, from Hockley, Birmingham, dialled 999 for police help in March 2011 when he was out walking with his 5-year- old son, claiming he was being…

Deputy chief constable tells family of Exeter custody death man ‘we want an open and frank discussion’

Deputy chief constable tells family of Exeter custody death man ‘we want an open and frank discussion’

As the family of Thomas Orchard continue to fight for justice after his arrest and death more than a year ago, the force’s new deputy chief constable said now is…

Oscar Grant: True tale leaves big impression

Oscar Grant: True tale leaves big impression

In the early morning hours of Jan. 1, 2009, Oakland police pulled four black men off a train car for fighting. During the melee, a transit officer pulled out his…

‘Deaths in custody is a problem we need to put right’

‘Deaths in custody is a problem we need to put right’

The death of a loved one is a devastating time for any family. But when that death involves a vulnerable person in police custody, questions must be asked. Far too…