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IPCC investigation into Leon Briggs death to continue over ‘reasonable suspicion’ of criminal offences

IPCC investigation into Leon Briggs death to continue over ‘reasonable suspicion’ of criminal offences

The Independent Police Complaints Commission will continue its investigation into the death of Leon Briggs as there is ‘reasonable suspicion that criminal offences may have been committed’.…

Police officers in Sean Rigg death in custody case will not be prosecuted

Police officers in Sean Rigg death in custody case will not be prosecuted

Two police officers whose evidence on oath about the death of a man in police custody was contradicted by CCTV evidence will not face criminal charges, prosecutors have said.…

High Court upholds block on police officers resignation

High Court upholds block on police officers resignation

Today Mrs Justice Lang upheld the decision of the MPS to suspend PC Birks and refuse his resignation, holding that public interest requires he remain in the force to answer…

Leon Briggs case : No action against PCC over ‘leaks’

Leon Briggs case : No action against PCC over ‘leaks’

Prosecutors have decided there is insufficient evidence to secure a conviction after IPCC requests to consider a charge of misconduct in public office following the death in custody of Leon…

Alarm over deaths and suicides at HMP Pentonville Prison ‘warehouse’

Alarm over deaths and suicides at HMP Pentonville Prison ‘warehouse’

Campaigners are calling for action following an alarming rise in the number of deaths and suicides at Pentonville Prison.…

Kingsley Burrell inquest to finally take place – four years after his death

Kingsley Burrell inquest to finally take place – four years after his death

The family of Kingsley Burrell, who died in police custody, has revealed that an inquest is finally set to take place – nearly four years after his death.…

Vulnerable children continue to be left without adequate mental health support

Vulnerable children continue to be left without adequate mental health support

Vulnerable children are too often left without mental health support, is a claim being made by several commentators and campaigners.…

Prison lights-out policy could worsen mental health crisis

Prison lights-out policy could worsen mental health crisis

Plans to impose a strict 10.30pm lights out policy in prisons could worsen the mental health crisis in Britain's jails as vulnerable young inmates are forced into darkness.…