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Doreen Lawrence to call on watchdog to get tougher with corrupt police officers

Doreen Lawrence to call on watchdog to get tougher with corrupt police officers

Doreen Lawrence is expected to be highly critical of the police watchdog and demand major reforms at a public hearing today, when the organisation's record of making dishonest and incompetent…

Dirty tricks and leaks at the heart of Scotland Yard

Dirty tricks and leaks at the heart of Scotland Yard

Scotland Yard today faces claims of a secret campaign from inside the highest ranks of the force to oust the former Commissioner Ian Blair – a civil war that pitted…

Revealed: the scale of sexual abuse by police officers

Revealed: the scale of sexual abuse by police officers

Sexual predators in the police are abusing their power to target victims of crime they are supposed to be helping, as well as fellow officers and female staff, the Guardian…

South Africa: Police arrests are a positive step in the fight against impunity

South Africa: Police arrests are a positive step in the fight against impunity

The arrests in South Africa of members of a police unit allegedly linked to numerous unlawful killings and incidents of torture is a breakthrough in fighting impunity for grave human…

Stephen Lawrence: Theresa May orders review into police corruption claims

Stephen Lawrence: Theresa May orders review into police corruption claims

The decision by Theresa May comes a day after the Metropolitan police released the findings of its own review, which said it could find no evidence of corruption and that…

Convicted Kevin Nunn wins chance to reopen case

Convicted Kevin Nunn wins chance to reopen case

A man given life for killing his ex-girlfriend has won the chance to ask the Supreme Court to reopen his case. Kevin Nunn, 50, of Woolpit, Suffolk, is serving a…

Brother of murdered detective speaks of report hope

Brother of murdered detective speaks of report hope

The brother of murdered private detective Daniel Morgan has spoken of his hope that the imminent release of a report into the case will provide fresh impetus in the push…

Barry George in compensation case

Barry George in compensation case

Barry George, who was wrongly convicted of the murder of BBC TV presenter Jill Dando, can fight a test case for compensation, a judge has ruled. Mr George, who spent…