Youth Justice: Asking Young People What They Want
In the latest Criminal Justice Matters Sam Waterton and Kanja Sesay raise important questions: what do young people want and need from the police? And why isn’t anyone asking them?
Dancing for Racial Equality in Police Searches
An urban dancer flash mob took over Trafalgar Square on Saturday March 31 to bring awareness to police discrimination in the controversial stop and search powers.
"In a police state only the police will have guns... and cameras."
In the U.S. state of Illinois, a man faces 75 years in prison. For what, you might ask? Well, it ain't murder. Or terrorism. Or espionage. It's...
Youth Justice Series, Article Four: Restorative Youth Justice Practices in Northern Ireland
In the last ‘Youth and Justice’ series article, Fair Cop looks at how restorative justice principles have been integrated into Northern Ireland’s juvenile justice system
Another quarter-century of 'Troubles'
In a recent interview for investigative site The Detail, Police Ombudsman Al Hutchinson says it could take 25 years to finish reports from the Troubles.