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Former GMP officer sentenced to eight months imprisonment

Former GMP officer sentenced to eight months imprisonment

Dominic Paul Griffiths, 29, of Blenmar Close, Radcliffe was charged following an investigation managed by the Independent Police Complaints Commission. The former Detective Constable in the North Manchester Division of…

Case reopened on Kester David’s ‘nightmare’ death

Case reopened on Kester David’s ‘nightmare’ death

Investigations have been reopened into the death of a man whose charred body was found in north London, after concerns were raised by his family. The body of bus driver…

Family fight for answers 9 years after Jeremiah’s death

Family fight for answers 9 years after Jeremiah’s death

The mother of a Golders Green student who died in Germany is still battling to piece together her son’s final hours as she marks the ninth anniversary of his death.…

Metropolitan police ‘buried’ report in 2004 warning of race scandal

Metropolitan police ‘buried’ report in 2004 warning of race scandal

A secret Metropolitan police report warned police chiefs that they needed to take tougher action to stop officers discriminating against black people, and that a failure to do so would…

Scandalous police misbehaviour is nothing new

Scandalous police misbehaviour is nothing new

The sickening racism that appears to have been directed at a young black man arrested by police in London, recorded on his mobile phone and published by the Guardian days…

Officer in IPCC investigation removed from ‘normal duties’

Officer in IPCC investigation removed from ‘normal duties’

An officer who is being interviewed in relation to the death of a father-of-four now at centre of police investigation. A police officer who is subject to an Independent Police…

Lynette White corruption trial: Documents found as DPP orders review

Lynette White corruption trial: Documents found as DPP orders review

Documents have been found after they were thought to have been destroyed, which had led to the collapse of the UK's biggest police corruption trial. The announcement came as it…

18 years on: reflections on the Stephen Lawrence verdict

18 years on: reflections on the Stephen Lawrence verdict

History will recognise that the indefatigable campaigning of Stephen Lawrence’s parents has done more to change this country than a mountain of race relations legislation. brap chief executive Joy Warmington…