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.
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'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.
Bad news if you think electrocuting kids is not cool.
An anonymous artist has made it their mission to pepper Croydon High Street with a set of posters calling out the bashment ban and other issues currently facing South London.
We spoke to the playwright who turned the women's stories, of deceit and police infiltration, into theatre.
After nearly 500 complaints.
Our FOI request shows that the chances of getting an officer sacked for an alleged assault are more or less zero.