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Actions Against Police

This article will explore a victim’s rights when disagreeing with a decision made by the police or Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) not to prosecute a suspect. The police have investigatory powers and present their evidence to the CPS. The CPS are a body that determines whether there is a suitable amount of evidence to persuade...
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Emma Bergin provides a useful summary of the operation of Schedule 22 to the Coronavirus Act 2020.
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Emma Bergin takes us through the police powers as set out in Schedule 21 of the Coronavirus Act 2020.
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Emma Bergin provides a helpful overview of the powers given to the police by the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) Regulations
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Ayana Porteous-Simpson looks at whether spit- hoods really are necessary to protect police offices or are just too dangerous.
Our People - Ayana Porteous Simpson
Andrew Guile and Kris Gledhill look at how Hammerton v UK promted a change in the law.
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