The truth is out on how the media's reporting of the Hillsborough disaster impacted the public perception of the tragedy, but could the same be said for the British miners' strike?
With the Scottish government's reputation for policing and justice charred from nine years in office, here's what the future looks like.
Here's what you need to know before you cast your vote in the elections for local police crime commissioners.
Victoria's family violence system unintentionally protects male perpetrators by making them invisible and providing opportunities for them to avoid responsibility.
A report by a taskforce reviewing Queensland's anti-bikie laws is a step in the right direction for dealing with organised crime as a whole, rather than just focusing on one small sub-group.
How easy is it to recognise a suspect from a CCTV image?
Belgian police have done little to win hearts and minds in this neighbourhood.
The U.S. Supreme Court has never answered this question. Here's what the lower courts have said.
Research shows hand gestures used in the right way can help implant false memories, with serious implications for police interviews.
Drones are increasingly being used by law enforcement agencies around the world, but this raises some issues around privacy and regulation.
How many more black people need to die at the hands of the criminal justice system?
Putting CCTV in all UK care homes would be a breach of residents privacy and could have serious ramifications for the rest of society.
Drones can be plucked out of the sky but it's easier to disable them with a signal from the ground.
Innocent people do confess to terrible crimes they had nothing to do with. Psychologists are investigating factors that contribute to false confession – including how well-rested a suspect feels.
While the unacceptably high rate of police murders in South Africa attracts much media coverage, the bigger problem of suicide among police receives little focus.
The Met's fingerprints are all over the havoc a few hundred miles north.
Police are important, but not sufficient, in the crime-reduction effort. I have enormous faith in their abilities, but that doesn’t necessarily mean we need more of them.
After years of cuts, some communities are hiring their own bobbies. That has serious implications for everyone else.
After two more fatal shootings by police of black men this week, we republish one legal scholar's argument that what needs addressing is the police's culture of masculinity.
Sexual harassment is a persistent and damaging problem in many Australian workplaces. But why does it appear to be an entrenched feature of some organisational settings more than others?