The Home Office Stop and Search Consultation: Have Your Say!
The Home Secretary has announced a public consultation into stop and search. It’s really important that as many people, especially those with experiences of being stopped and searched, write in so that the government knows how you really feel about it, and we’re here to help you have your say! Read more »
StopWatch Youth at the Racial Equality Coalition
Youth Group members Louis Howell and Monique Lane represented StopWatch at a young people's consultation event by the newly formed Race Equality Coalition. Louis reports on the day's activities. Read more »
StopWatch Youth Group is Looking for New Members!
If you are aged 14-25 and would like to get involved in StopWatch, why not join our Youth Group? Read more »
U R Boss project - Keep It Clean clean campaign
The Howard League's U R Boss project has launched a campaign to stop PCC candidates demonising young people. Read more »
“The problem with you is you’ll always be a n****r…”
Fahim Alam is a member of the StopWatch youth group. He has a Law Degree from the University of Oxford and an MSc in Race, Ethnicity and Postcolonial Studies from the London School of Economics. He is currently working on a film about the London riots. Read more »
Should it be illegal to swear at a police officer?
StopWatch Youth Group member Chris Baugh explore the issues of youth-police interactions. Read more »
StopWatch Youth arrange flash mob in Central London
The StopWatch youth group took the streets with a flash mob dance routine to highlight concerns about excessive stop and search in the capital. Read more »
Police stop and search: what about young people’s voices?
StopWatch Youth Group member Monique Lane explains in this article first published on the 99% blog how young people feel about stop and search, and why she joined StopWatch. Read more »
Out of touch - a youth perspective
Sam Waterton and Kanja Sesay look at how policing of young people underpinned the August 2011 riots. Read more »
StopWatch youth group and IARS respond to Home Office consultation on police powers
StopWatch and IARS response to the Home Office on the Consultation on Police Powers to Promote and Maintain Public Order Read more »