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The findings of a report into claims that police corruption hindered the original Stephen Lawrence investigation are due to be published.
Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe today faces a crossroads because of failures to stop the country's most prolific serial rapist during the five years he terrorised women.
The Criminal Cases Review Commission has said there is a very real possibility that judges will quash the conviction of Alan Charlton over the murder of Karen Price, 15.
A senior detective who led one of the country¿s biggest ever police corruption inquiries said he was "completely flabbergasted" with the the decision to abandon the trial of eight officers in 2011.
Mark Harper's decision to stand down as immigration minister has been praised by everyone from the prime minister to opposing politicians. Did he do all he could to check his cleaner's status?
Immigration Minister, Mark Harper, who launched the ill fated "Go Home" van campaign against illegal immigration has resigned after examining his own backyard so to speak.
Some 6,000 rapes of children and 10,000 rapes of adults were recorded by police forces in England and Wales in 2012-13. But figures show inconsistencies in the way different forces respond to rape.
Police powers to stop and search have long been controversial. But given the 20 per cent cuts to police budgets, their effectiveness must now be justified on economic grounds too.
Wholesale changes are being proposed to the culture, behaviour, structure, organisation and financial accountability of the Police Federation for the first time in its 95 year history.
The future of the Police Federation hinges on the details of an independent report - described as "dynamite" by one insider - which will call for major changes to the way the organisation is run.
The crime statistics for England and Wales are based on "unreliable" data says the National Statistics Authority. What is the public to believe when the government claims crime is going down?
The guilty verdict may be no surprise, but the brutal murder of Lee Rigby certainly took police unawares, even though his killers had been known to the security services for some years.
A cross-party joint parliamentary committee recommends giving prisoners serving under a year the right to vote, against a strong swell of opposition.
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"It's been a long hard struggle with a system that puts a price on family life." A British woman is reunited with her Syrian husband, but restrictive family migration rules still separate others.
Police say there are no further active lines of inquiry and still can't fully explain how Mr Williams got into the bag and locked it without leaving traces of DNA or hand prints on the bath.