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An investigation has started into why a man died after being restrained by police officers and becoming unwell in their van. The 32-year-old man died on Tuesday in hospital, where he had been since the incident two days before. Officers were called
An investigation has been launched into the death of a 57-year-old man in police custody in London. Hillingdon on suspicion of vandalising a motor vehicle on Monday afternoon. He was taken into custody at Uxbridge Police Station and put into a cell
A police officer involved in the custody of a mentally ill musician who later died after being restrained has had his resignation reversed and has instead been suspended, Scotland Yard said. The request to quit by Pc Andrew Birks, who was working at
A man is fighting for his life in hospital after being impaled on a railing when he fell out of a window trying to escape police in south London. The metal spike went through the 34-year-old's stomach when he landed on it from the third floor of the
Some of the bereaved families consulted as part of the review said they felt they were treated insensitively...Jean Charles de Menezes, Sean Rigg, Mark Duggan - suggests, as the report acknowledges, that change is needed...Concerns about the watchdog'
The body investigating police wrongdoing is out for scalps and more concerned with introducing changes to look tough than seeking out the truth, a senior officer has claimed. Firearms officers believe that the Independent Police Complaints Commission
24 February 2014 146 shares 35 View comments Amid the violence and political upheaval in Ukraine, a young female protester has told how she fell in love with a police officer after a stand-off in the capital Kiev. Lidia Pankiv, 24, said she had been
Five police officers and a solicitor could face criminal charges over the death of a man restrained and forced to the ground during a routine stop-and-search operation six years ago. The officers face possible charges of manslaughter and perverting
Lawrence Tomlinson, author of the inquiry which cited evidence that RBS had deliberately destroyed companies to make a profit, said on Thursday he has received another 450 cases since his report was published at the end of November. Mr Tomlinson,
Mr Mitchell. 'It is clear from the footage that there was sufficient time for the words to have been said either as described by the gate officer or as described by Mr Mitchell, and this has been confirmed by an expert.' Prime Minister David Cameron'