The colour of injustice: ‘Race’, drugs and law enforcement in England and Wales
Black people nine times more likely to be stopped and searched for drugs in England and Wales despite using less drugs than White people. Cannabis laws criminalise the Black community at disproportionate rates
StopWatch response to College of Policing consultation 'Use of handcuffs: Proposed addition to APP on stop and search'
StopWatch response to the stakeholder consultation on handcuffing expresses concern over the lack of accountability for improper use of the tactic
Section 60 factsheet
Our factsheet provides the law, the history, and the statistics behind the police power
StopWatch response to HMICFRS’s 2021/22 policing inspection programme
Our response to the consultation on the policing inspection programme and framework run by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services
Being Matrixed – The (Over)policing of gang suspects in London
Report authored by Dr Patrick Williams, senior lecturer in criminology at Manchester Metropolitan University
Driving While Black
StopWatch and Liberty produce report which raises concerns about racial profiling in driver-based police stops
StopWatch response to the Independent Advisory Group on stop and search in Scotland
StopWatch responds to the Scottish government's consultation on stop and search
StopWatch responds to Home Affairs Committee inquiry into the riots
Responses submitted by both StopWatch Policy and StopWatch Youth groups.