A review of an IPCC investigation into the death in custody of Sean Rigg is severely criticised for making a series of fundamental errors. But this is not the first time concerns have been raised.
The government is planning to set up a new nationwide system of special traffic courts to speed up the half a million motoring cases currently dealt with by magistrates courts.
A mother and son go to court after the Metropolitan police are granted an appeal against an earlier finding that the pair were racially harassed by an officer.
Is London really "actively recruiting 4,500 more police" at the height of austerity, as Boris Johnson claimed today? FactCheck investigates.
As a report warns that police could still repeat the errors of the Jimmy Savile case, have the authorities failed to act on the lessons of the 2002 Soham murders?
The Metropolitan Police launches an inquiry into allegations that its own officers colluded in the blacklisting of thousand of construction workers.
The Metropolitan Police Commissioner apologises for the first time after the Court of Appeal rejected a bid to overturn an award to an autistic epileptic teenager who was restrained by police in 2008.
Police taser a man outside Buckingham Palace, after he holds a knife to his throat in front of onlookers.
Seven police officers are due to face a senior judge over their handling of a severely autistic child, which lawyers say could have major implications for the rights of the mentally disabled.