Police

‘Touch one, touch all’: The murder of Chris Kaba

By Jeremy Dewar TWO TO three thousand people turned out in central London on Saturday 10 September to protest the killing of Chris Kaba by the police the previous Monday. […]

KD Tait  ·  13 September 2022

Institutional sexism in the police

The reputation of the Metropolitan Police is in tatters - again.

Rebecca Anderson  ·  20 March 2022

Colston 4 acquitted – now kill the bill

The PCSC Bill must be defeated.

Rebecca Anderson  ·  09 February 2022

Kyle Rittenhouse and Michael Reinoehl: a tale of two shootings

Racist judicial system frees right wing militiaman Kyle Rittenhouse, but murders Michael Reinoehl

Andy Yorke  ·  12 December 2021

Violence against women: workers’ inquiry not judges’ cover-up

By Rebecca Anderson THE TRIAL of Wayne Couzens for the murder of Sarah Everard has shone a spotlight on violence against women and the inability of the police and judicial […]

Rebecca Anderson  ·  22 October 2021

Met boss keeps top job – for now

Despite a career of abuse, cover-up and racism, Cressida Dick will be reappointed as Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police.

Marcel Rajecky  ·  07 October 2021

Police: enforcers of class rule

The police do not exist to ‘protect and serve’ the population at large.

R Banks  ·  11 July 2021

Police officers evade prosecution for domestic violence

Only 43 of 800 accused officers have been prosecuted.

Alex Rutherford  ·  11 July 2021

Stop the retreat in the face of Tory attacks

If our “leaders'' won't lead, then grassroots activists need to take initiative and organise.

R Banks  ·  11 July 2021

Morgan inquiry: Met police found ‘institutionally corrupt’

Inquiry has exposed a pattern of corruption among some of the country's top coppers.

Joe Crathorne  ·  11 July 2021

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