Play Premieres on Youth/Police Relations
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.
Barriers to Reporting
Articles in this series examine the NIPB's recent LGB&T report.
LGB Members of the PSNI
The upcoming release of the PSNI's LGB&T report has stirred up questions surrounding gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender members of the police forces in Northern Ireland.
LGB&T Community Welcomes PSNI Report
Tomorrow, a highly anticipated report evaluating the PSNI's interactions with the LGB&T community will be published.
Welcome Sentencing in 'Punishment Attack'
A fourth man has been sentenced at Belfast Crown Court today in relation to a 'paramilitary style shooting' in the St James area of West Belfast in July 2010.
Signs of a Changing Approach to 'Punishment Attacks'?
Invisible No More
Following three reported rapes last week, the BBC has said the total number of reported rapes is now 525 for the year - more than 10 reported rapes a week.
Buy Alcohol - for the cops?
Are you a young person aged 15 - 17? Do you want to earn a GCSE-type qualification? Do you want to combat underage drinking? If you said yes, the PSNI want YOU....
Mother Speaks Out Against 'Punishment Attacks'
A mother speaks out on Faircop.org - about the brutal attack that left her son with a permanent injury and deep psychological consequences for him and his family. In her interview, Anna Munster bravely calls for an end to this barbaric practice.