Ken Hinds had to take legal action after London's Metropolitan Police threatened him for organising a demonstration.
A study of Home Office data reveals that use of the stun guns has risen by more than 500 percent in England and Wales over the last ten years.
The cases raise concerns about homophobia when it comes to how police deal with violence against LGBTQ people.
There are some good recommendations. The question is whether they'll ever get implemented.
Why so many cases against police violence fail.
The authorities' record when it comes to deaths in custody speaks for itself.
The police have not yet caught the suspected attacker.
“Basically it’s saying, ‘we aren’t going to protect you—we’re going to treat you all like suspects’."
London Police Form 696 Still Exists, and It's Still Unfairly Targeting Grime Shows: Everything You Need to Know
London's Met Police risk assessment form was introduced over a decade ago, leading to the voluntary cancellation of high-profile grime gigs, but now there’s a possibility it might finally be revoked.
The Metropolitan Police Service believes it is the largest deployment of body-worn cameras in the world.
The report, based on Freedom of Information requests, found 2,315 incidents of inappropriate access or distribution of data across five years.
Through MILKWHITE, low level agencies such as the Metropolitan Police can access metadata collected by GCHQ.