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Mark Duggan inquest shows we need better relations between police and community

Mark Duggan inquest shows we need better relations between police and community

In the summer of 2011 the death of Mark Duggan was like a blue touch paper that lit the flame of urban insurrection all around the country. It quickly deteriorated…

‘Police interaction with the public should be filmed’

‘Police interaction with the public should be filmed’

Campaigners fighting for justice for Leon Briggs who died in police custody are calling for a law to force officers to film all interaction with the public. Referred to as…

Can we wait 88 years to end mass [U.S.] incarceration?

Can we wait 88 years to end mass [U.S.] incarceration?

By many measures, there is growing momentum for criminal justice reform [in the U.S]. Changes in federal drug-sentencing policy, passed by Congress in 2010, will help to reduce sentence lengths…

College of Policing review tries to prevent deaths in custody

College of Policing review tries to prevent deaths in custody

The College of Policing is reviewing its training to try to prevent more people dying in police custody in England and Wales, the BBC has learned. It will be looking…

Justice4Paps Campaign calls for a public inquiry into policing

Justice4Paps Campaign calls for a public inquiry into policing

The campaign group, Justice for Habib 'Paps' Ullah have set up a petition which calls for a public inquiry into policing in High Wycombe. Habib Ullah died on Thursday 3rd…

MPs hear of Exeter custody death man as charity calls for change

MPs hear of Exeter custody death man as charity calls for change

The case of an Exeter man who suffocated when a belt was tied across his face in police custody was raised in Westminster to highlight concerns over the way police…

Exclusive: ‘End police’s right to silence on crimes’

Exclusive: ‘End police’s right to silence on crimes’

Police officers should be sacked for failing to co-operate with inquiries into serious crimes, a member of the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry panel has told the Yorkshire Post.…

Prime Minister should apologise for custody deaths

Prime Minister should apologise for custody deaths

The Prime Minister should apologise for the deaths of black people in police custody in order to rebuild bridges with the African Caribbean community, Conservative MP Charles Walker said. He…