The Home Office is refusing to publish a report it commissioned on the retention policy of the DNA database.
On Monday, senior policemen giving evidence to the House of Commons Committee examining the Protection of Freedoms Bill said that 1,000 crimes a year would go undete
In the London bombings of July 7 2005, 52 people died.
Six executives from leading drink companies have written to The Times today protesting about a story on alcohol-related deaths.
For sheer hyperbole, few subjects stretch disbelief further than cybercrime statistics.
Last week the National Police Improvement Agency (NPIA) published the results of a very large randomized controlled trial (RCT).
Refuge got a few headlines before Christmas with a press release saying that homicides of women by their husbands or partners had risen from 72 in 2008 to 101 in 2009.
Eight police forces yesterday launched six-month trials of "what works best" in logging calls and responding to complaints about anti-social behaviour.