Theresa May will say to Parliament that the police need to scale back their use of stop and search following a successful pilot scheme which led to an increase in the rate of detections whilst reducing the searches on the street.
The prime minister is reported to be giving active consideration to widening the scope of inquiries into the activities of undercover police officers following allegations that the police worked to undermine the campaign for justice led by the family of the murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence.
The Runnymede Trust has launched a new three year campaign to inspire individuals and organisations to take concerted action to tackle racial inequality, support innovative and collaborative activity to tackle racism and create lasting solutions to racial injustice.
Discussion papers from a roundtable discussion on ethnicity and social harm the Centre hosted in October 2008. The lead paper by Rebecca Roberts and Will McMahon is available for download, along with response papers by Professors Danny Dorling, James Nazroo and Lucinda Platt.
The Honourable Mrs Justice Dobbs DBE gives the fifth lecture in the 2007/2008 New Developments in Criminal Justice lecture seminar series.
Policy, purpose and pragmatism: dilemmas for voluntary and community organisations working with black young people affected by crime explores the experiences of voluntary and community organisations (VCOs) that are predominantly working with black young people affected by crime in England.