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20 November 2015
The Home Office has published a report with data concerning police powers and procedures in England and Wales in the financial year 2014/2015. StopWatch has analysed the main trends and underlined the most interesting data about stop and search powers.
4 November 2015
StopWatch members had the opportunity to catch up with the team, reconnect with partners and brainstorm activities for 2015/16
23 October 2015
StopWatch challenges the idea that the declining stop and search rates are directly responsible for fluctuations of knife crime
5 October 2015
Northamptonshire PCC: ‘ban police officers who abuse stop and search’; Monthly data on stops and searches now available; Terrorism examinations fall whilst port detentions rise; Schedule 7 complaints agreement reached; Terrorism watchdog: government has ‘unfinished business’ on reforming terrorism detentions at ports
2 October 2015
Recent "progress in building public confidence in the police", argues StopWatch's youth coordinator Natasha Dhumma, "must not be allowed to unravel as a result of oversimplified and reactionary calls to return to the bad days of untargeted stop and search"
3 September 2015
After a series of consultations with civil society, complainants and their representatives, the IPCC has unveiled its revised guidelines on how forces should investigate complaints of discrimination.
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