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.
Lost Phone Leads to PSNI Security Concerns
From the Irish News: When a police officer lost her personal mobile
during an operation, it ended up in the hands of dissident republican
group Oglaigh nahEireann (ONH), putting herself and her colleagues at
Why we shouldn't call it 'Recreational Rioting'
Recent events around the Short Strand area of Belfast have brought back the term 'recreational rioting' - which is being used widely by the media, by local elected representatives and by local community workers and activists.
Perceptions of Young People: Fact or Fiction?
What adults in the UK think about today’s young people doesn’t necessarily agree with reality
Young People Hardest Hit by 'Punishment Beatings'
The PSNI have only managed to clear up 4% of violent assaults known as ‘punishment beatings’ and ‘shootings.’