6 February 2014
Section 60: a most draconian stop-and-search law that plays to police prejudice
"With no 'reasonable suspicion' required, black people are 23 times more likely to be targeted. The courts must address this" argues Rachel Taylor.
Rachel, a solicitor specialising in police and prison law at Fisher Meredith and a member of Stopwatch, reflects on this week's High Court Judgment on Section 60- the UK's most draconian street stop and search power.