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IPCC finds ‘significant failings’ in West Midlands Police’s discrimination complaints handling

IPCC finds ‘significant failings’ in West Midlands Police’s discrimination complaints handling

The Independent Police Complaints Commission has found “significant failings” in the way West Midlands Police handles complaints about discrimination. The IPCC examined 202 completed cases to see how West Midlands…

Jeremiah Duggan’s mother criticises new death probe

Jeremiah Duggan’s mother criticises new death probe

The mother of a 22-year-old north London student whose body was found on a motorway in Germany has criticised a new investigation launched in Germany. Jeremiah Duggan, of Golders Green,…

Press Release (inquest): Justice for Jeremiah

Press Release (inquest): Justice for Jeremiah

On 27 March 2003, Jeremiah Duggan’s body was found on a road near Wiesbaden, Germany. Since then, for eleven years, his mother Erica Duggan has tried to get a proper…

Archive: Police use unauthorised weapons, Blair Peach jury told

Archive: Police use unauthorised weapons, Blair Peach jury told

Police officers on crime-fighting duties often use unauthorised weapons such as pick-axe handles and special heavier truncheons, the Blair Peach inquest at Hammersmith coroner's court was told yesterday. Blair's skull…

Malaysia: Nine custodial deaths in less than four months

Malaysia: Nine custodial deaths in less than four months

The counter is rising for cases of death in custody in Malaysia - now averaging more than two deaths a month! This time, a 56 year old drug addict who…

Police stop and search powers to be overhauled

Police stop and search powers to be overhauled

Police stop and search powers in England and Wales are to be overhauled with a revised code of conduct, Home Secretary Theresa May has said. She told MPs an inquiry…

Hillsborough: A tragedy that united a city

Hillsborough: A tragedy that united a city

Like many parents across the city of Liverpool, the McManamans waited. Twenty-five years ago, it was all they could do. There were no mobile phones to call, no text messages…

‘Never ever, never ever give up’

‘Never ever, never ever give up’

A reflection on deaths that took place on 15 April 1989 and the state’s response: As a teenager I watched the Hillsborough tragedy unfold on the telly. It was a Saturday…