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Brazilian Jean Charles de Menezes are already considering legal action against Scotland Yard after they were told that references to their justice campaign were found in the secret records. References linked to the shooting of Cherry Groce, which
Police 'spied on dead student's family' Ricky Reel died in 1997 after a night out in south west London A mother campaigning for an inquiry into her son's death in 1997 says she has been told she was spied on by undercover Scotland Yard officers.
Walczak says he's reserving judgment on the PrideFest incident until results of the investigation are released. But he adds, "One of the biggest problems we've seen with police over the last several years is the city's failure to hold police officers
Polair 2 has been used to track alleged burglars speeding away from officers on the ground. Photo: Kristian Silva Brisbane's new police helicopter has been used to track two alleged burglars who were able to speed away from officers on the ground.
Metropolitan Police officer was moved 'from child abuse inquiry' BBC Newsnight Clive Driscoll has now retired from the force A former senior Metropolitan Police officer says he was moved from his post when he revealed plans to investigate politicians
Police failures contributed to Dorothy "Cherry" Groce's death, whose shooting triggered the 1985 Brixton riots, a jury inquest has found. Mrs Groce was shot by police looking for her son Michael and left paralysed from the waist down...The
The death of a mother whose shooting sparked the 1985 Brixton riots was partly caused by police failures, a jury has found...Officers were looking for her son Michael Groce - but had not been briefed beforehand that he was no longer wanted by the
18:03 EST, 6 July 2014 View comments Assistant Commissioner Cressida Dick, the Met's most senior female police officer, attended one of the training courses while at Thames Valley Police, which spent £28,000 on them over six years Police forces have
03:31 EST, 3 July 2014 View comments Police sniffer dogs are being brought in to search the cars of two suspects questioned over the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, it has been reported. South Wales police confirmed they have sent two victim
The suspect has not been identified, but police said he faces charges including fraud by false representation and arranging funding for the purpose of terrorism. The arrest comes during an ongoing investigation into "suspected terrorist activity in