Azelle Rodney

In London the simple fact is that the armed police 'jam' does not cover the slice of bread that is one of the world's major cities and does not even begin to lightly smear much of the loaf that is the UK. Meanwhile, the increase announced by the government in the numbers of MI5, MI6 and GCHQ officers together with increased funding is a bittersweet pill for struggling police officers on the front line to swallow...
Our criminal justice system has long discriminated against those who have lost family members at the hands of the police. Instead of being recognised as victims, such families are victimised from the very first meeting with the police onwards.
A police marksman who gunned down a 24-year-old robbery suspect had no reason to believe that he had picked up a weapon and
An armed police officer shot a suspect six times within a second of pulling up beside the car he was in, an inquiry heard