8 March 2023
Activist Patsy Stevenson talks violence against women and the importance of equity
“You know, I really envision it. A world where a woman can walk down the street at night, with earphones in, not worry and not looking back.” Patsy Stevenson
4 November 2022
Childline launches campaign to help children at risk of sexual exploitation
New analysis by the NSPCC of police-recorded crime data reveals the number of crimes with an element of child sexual exploitation has increased by 10% within the last year.
21 February 2022
Blue lights & red flags: will the Met ever change?
Dame Cressida Dick has recently stepped down as the top dog of The Metropolitan Police Federation. We take a look at why she resigned, her controversial legacy and what this means for the future of the Met.
17 November 2021
Thousands of police recruits were not subject to proper background checks
Over a quarter of police forces have failed to make sure that officers and staff meet proper background checks such as ensuring that they do not have any past convictions.
11 October 2021
Glasgow café hands out handcuff keys ahead of COP26
The Pink Peacock café offers eco-protestors universal keys for the purpose of "dearresting" themselves after police intervention during climate demonstrations.
11 October 2021
Hundreds of sexual misconduct allegations made against police officers
Data has revealed that at least 750 sexual misconduct allegations have been made between 2016 and 2020.
29 July 2021
Government announces 'Beating Crime Plan'
The government’s proposals to tackle crime include the relaxing of stop and search rules and electronic tagging on burglars after their release.
7 April 2021
A look at the Metropolitan Police's response to Clapham Common
In the aftermath of Sarah Everard’s murder, was the police response to the vigil held for her at Clapham Common really warranted?
19 March 2021
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill passes second reading in Parliament
The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill has passed a second reading in Parliament amid controversy after the policing of a vigil held for Sarah Everard.
16 June 2020
‘The Social Contract’
A philosophical analysis of the Black Lives Matter movement which seeks to discuss: a) what are the roots of inequality? And b) is violent protest more effective than non-violent alternatives?
7 June 2018
Lush Spy Cops Scandal: Causing a bad smell for activism?
Lush's campaign has been labelled 'anti-police' but their real intention was an important one for activism