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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.…

China’s worrying use of capital punishment for political ends

China’s worrying use of capital punishment for political ends

It had been a quiet two years in the news concerning capital punishment in China but the political agenda of recent announcements of executions is a cause for concern.…

Latest reports from the IAP

Latest reports from the IAP

The following are a series of resources and reports published by The Independent Advisory Panel on deaths in custody.…

Assault, suicide, neglect: Reality of children behind bars

Assault, suicide, neglect: Reality of children behind bars

At night, the shouting starts. When the lights go out at Hindley, the young offenders institute, you can hear the intimidating shout-outs, the insults and threats from other boys kept…

Body cameras for all Met officers within two years

Body cameras for all Met officers within two years

All frontline officers in the country's biggest police force will routinely use body-worn cameras within the next two years. The cameras are being introduced in the wake of the fatal…

The British police on armed routine patrol

The British police on armed routine patrol

In a little-noticed move, a small number of police officers are now routinely carrying sidearms while on patrol in parts of the mainland UK.…

Uganda anti-gay law declared ‘null and void’ by constitutional court

Uganda anti-gay law declared ‘null and void’ by constitutional court

Gay rights campaigners in Uganda and around the world are celebrating a decision by the country's constitutional court to strike down a widely condemned anti-gay law.…

Should police be charged with murder in the line of duty?

Should police be charged with murder in the line of duty?

'The need for a split second judgment that will decide between life or death is not an extreme exception. It is built into the planning.'…