The arrest of a journalist could have been avoided, a policing expert says.
For disproportionate policing to be effectively tackled, it is vital to understand the fear and hurt it creates.
Violence affects entire communities, even law-abiding residents.
Recent news reports highlight rising rates of gun crime in two-thirds of England and Wales’s police jurisdictions.
Strip-searches are rarely a matter of public debate in the UK. Raw data – and the impact known from research in other jurisdictions – suggests though that they should be.
A landmark report in 1999 concluded that the police were institutionally racist, but the new action plan fails to acknowledge it.
The controversial bill hands greater powers to police over protest and assembly. An expert explains what this means for would-be protesters.
Research shows that police forces struggle to learn lessons from their mistakes.
Statistics on rape and sexual assault show an abysmal prosecution rate, and that cases can drag on for years.
The structural and cultural challenges that have long plagued the Met Police will take more than a new commissioner to solve.
Reports of misogynistic behaviour by police and within their ranks have roots in workplace culture.
Why will calling someone a liar get you thrown out of the UK parliamentary debates, but using defamatory language might not?
Police officers are tasked with summarising accounts of violent incidents. And the language they use is extremely important.
Just three big developers are being paid tens of millions of pounds to supply the majority of these UK systems.
The UK government is granting sweeping powers to officers to search people without reasonable suspicion they’ve committed a crime.
Turnout in the first votes was just 15% and barely rose in the next. Now a third election looms.
A lack of emotional support within the police is leading to PTSD and burnout.
Police forces need to negotiate with communities to win back trust or risk getting trapped in a cycle of violence.
Our findings on stop and account and vehicle stop checks potentially shine a light on why these powers may disproportionately affect black people.
Research reveals how police officers abuse their position for sexual gain. While most are disciplined or dismissed, forces must do more to tackle the issue.