An expert explains how militarisation is changing policing and eroding public trust.
Integrated offender management is a better way of dealing with shoplifters than prison.
New research linking police and healthcare data shows that victims of domestic abuse are detectable before the involvement of the police.
The mental health of front-line officers has drawn considerable attention, yet research shows that justice professionals working with traumatic material can also suffer psychological distress.
Crimestoppers was originally founded in 1988 and now receives more than half a million reports each year.
Publisher Ernest Moret was detained under terrorism powers for taking part in protests against Emmanuel Macron’s pension reforms.
The Stephen Lawrence inquiry and subsequent Macpherson Report led to changes in how police deal with the family of murder victims.
Interviews with women officers show the extent of misogynistic culture within police forces.
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?