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Section 60 and the (mis)use of police powers. A #TimeToTalk​ discussion by EQUAL

Apr 19, 2021

In the third #TimeToTalk event in the series, we take a hard look at the landscape around Section 60 Stop & Search, which gives police the power to stop anyone without reasonable suspicion.

Stop and search - 'Who feels it - Knows it'

Nov 08, 2018

The Home Secretary’s speech to the National Police Chief’s Council adds to the bitterly disappointing punitive narrative around the rise in violent crime. The challenge of serious youth violence requires politicians to seriously contemplate the effectiveness of current failed approaches and to have the courage to challenge the conventional wisdoms of perpetual punishment that our failing criminal justice system is built upon.

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