A review of international research shows that police may well be better off without weapons.
Killer Christopher Halliwell almost escaped trial after a police officer bent the rules to find one of his victims.
The role of police is being questioned as never before. In addition to facing increased media scrutiny, officers are being killed. What is the effect on their well-being and, in turn, on ours?
With citizens filming police, and police recording public encounters, the key to the truth is establishing a clear timeline of events.
The cost of justice puts victims at a disadvantage.
When we look at cases of police corruption and abuses, we must ask: who do the police really serve?
Australia has become less compassionate, more punitive and more ready to blame individuals for their alleged failings since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody.