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Bristol police Taser their own community relations adviser, raising major concerns about Taser use

Theo Richardson-Gool

Posted by Theo Richardson-Gool | Paralegal
On 24th February 2017

Last month, police in Bristol wrongly Tasered a race relations adviser who had worked to improve links between the police force and the local African Caribbean community. The incident raises serious and important questions about how Tasers are being used by police, whether current levels of training are adequate and the risks of arming more police officers with Tasers.

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Metropolitan Police Service criticised for failing London’s children

Remyhs Baker

Posted by Remyhs Baker | Trainee
On 18th January 2017

Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary Sir Thomas Windsor has said that; “protecting the vulnerable, particularly children is perhaps the most important job that police officers and staff undertake.” Yet, the Metropolitan Police Service, the largest police service in England and Wales, has severely failed vulnerable children, it has come to light in a recent, damning, report.

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Aggrieved about Orgreave? We should be

Remyhs Baker

Posted by Remyhs Baker | Trainee
On 21st December 2016

On 31 October 2016, the Home Secretary Amber Rudd decided that there would not be any inquiry into the so called Battle of Orgreave. She said in a written statement that there would “be very few lessons for the policing system today to be learned from any review of the events and practices of three decades ago”, a surprising statement given that trust in the police is currently arguably at an all-time low.

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