These investigations have all reported the physical and emotional abuse, bullying, humiliation of patients by staff, and an excessive use of restrictive and coercive practices such as restraint and seclusion.
Research & Reports
The deaths of Black and mixed-race people in UK prisons are among the most violent and prevalent. In a new report, INQUEST revealed that 2,220 people died in prison between Jan 2015 and Dec 2021.
The National Memorial Family Fund are proud to present their first full annual report of our activities between 2021 and 2022. The 1 September 2022 marked 7 years since the NMPMFF) was founded.
In September 2022 the Independent Office for Police Misconduct (IOPC) released details of their custody deaths statistics for England 2021-2022. This article is transcribed from the IOPC website.
Violence against Indigenous women is “escalating like never before,” the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs (UBCIC) has warned. A series of tragedies have rocked the city of Vancouver in recent months.
This project is commissioned by the College of Policing, funded by the NPCC and MOPAC, running for one year from March 2022 to March 2023. It is being led by Keele University and the University College of London.
The family of Gaia Pope-Sutherland have criticised the police after an inquest found she had died from hypothermia hours after running away from her home while suffering a mental health crisis.
Racial Justice and Social Transformation: How Funders Can Act. The report represents clarify on some of the best practices needed to make racial justice a reality and racial injustice a thing of the past.