FactCheck: are police cuts putting the public at risk?
Have we really lost the equivalent of nine police forces since 2010? And can crime really be falling at the same time? FactCheck investigates
FactCheck Q&A: are we really getting less violent?
Are we getting less violent as a nation – or even as a species? And is it a coincidence that we are drinking less booze? FactCheck investigates.
FactCheck: can we trust crime figures?
Crime has fallen to an all-time low, according to the latest figures. The only problem is that no one seems to trust the figures. Can FactCheck help?
FactCheck Q&A: Is crime really falling?
How can crime figures continue to tumble even as the economy flatlines and police numbers fall? FactCheck finds out.
Did Cameron get violent crime figures right?
David Cameron says violent crime almost doubled under the last government, but is he quoting the figures selectively?
Is violent crime going up or down?
Cathy Newman’s FactCheck looks at the differing claims of the Labour ad Conservative party over levels of violent crime.