News Carol Duggan, Mark Duggan’s aunt, after her nephew’s inquest

Scotland Yard ignored recommendations to review a controversial police tactic deployed against Mark Duggan minutes before he was shot, despite being advised to do so six years earlier, a BBC television programme claims this evening.

Officers held over Sean Rigg death in custody

Two serving and one retired Metropolitan Police officer were arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice.

Body of Lee Balkwell, found dead in concrete mixer in 2002, is being exhumed tonight

Family have campaigned for action claiming he had been killed and evidence covered up

Police officers on riot duty in Tottenham in the violent aftermath of the shooting of Mark Duggan

Mark Duggan inquest: commission investigating police shooting that sparked summer riots 'not fit for purpose'

Death in 2011 in Tottenham led to widespread rioting across London and England

Four police officers held over death of man in custody

Four police officers have been arrested over the death of a man in custody.

Alfie Meadows calls on IPCC to re-open investigation into student protest

A student protester who was acquitted of violent disorder two years after he suffered life-threatening injuries allegedly from a police baton blow to the head has called on the Independent Police Complaints Commission to re-open its investigation.

A photo issued by Durham Police of (left to right) Susan McGoldrick, her sister Alison Turnbull and Alison's daughter Tanya Turnbull

'Systemic shortcomings' by police allowed gunman with history of domestic abuse to shoot dead three female members of his family

Coroner demands gun licensing overhaul over killer Michael Atherton, who legally owned six weapons

Policeman held over stories leaked to press

A former senior City of London police officer has been arrested on suspicion of passing "unauthorised information" to a journalist.

A photo issued by the Metropolitan Police of Nicola Edgington, who killed her mother and then killed stranger Sally Hodkin in the street

Met hits back at criticism after killer Nicola Edgington was left free to murder woman in street

Scotland Yard today hit back at criticism of the way it dealt with a killer who was left free to murder a grandmother in the street.

A photo issued by the Metropolitan Police of Nicola Edgington, who killed her mother and then killed stranger Sally Hodkin in the street

Nicola Edgington jailed for 37 years for street decapitation, as report blames police blunders for attack

A psychiatric patient stabbed a stranger to death in the street after the police failed to act on her warnings that she was dangerous and going to kill someone.

Kevin Hutchinson-Foster has been sentenced for passing the gun to Mark Duggan

Drug dealer Kevin Hutchinson-Foster jailed for supplying gun to Mark Duggan before death that sparked London riots

Gun had earlier been used to 'pistol whip' a barber until he was nearly unconscious

Police failed to investigate alleged rapist who went on to kill his children

Scotland Yard's Sapphire Unit persuaded woman to drop charges so as to hit performance targets

Sex crime: Yard attacked over failures in serial offender probe, with officers later promoted to top jobs

Scotland Yard failed to hold gross misconduct proceedings against three officers accused of failings in the investigation into serial sex offender Kirk Reid, it emerged today.

In March 2008, Sussex Police received a complaint that Savile had sexually assaulted a woman in her early 20s in a caravan in Sussex in about 1970.

Claims that 'former police inspector acted for Jimmy Savile'

Prosecutors and police have already been criticised for missing the chance to bring the disgraced entertainer to court over the allegations before he died

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Chief Constable Norman Bettison's attempts to fend off questions about his role at Hillsborough and hold onto his job. He was fighting against a weight of evidence that he had been aware of attempts to manipulate junior police officers' statements after the tragedy. 

Coroner for fresh Hillsborough inquest named

The original verdicts were quashed by the High Court in December

The Sketch: Now even the Tories pick on Nick Clegg

It didn't need much imagination to know what Andrew Mitchell was doing today, listening attentively to a statement by Theresa May on "police integrity". If you were a former cabinet minister convinced that you had, not to put too fine a point it, been fitted up by the Old Bill, you too would probably slip into one of the benches just inside the door of the chamber and hear what the Home Secretary was intending to do about rogue coppers.

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