The UK may not have a police force that is equipped like an army, but through our arms trade we export death to some of the most volatile regions of the world. It has to stop.
Today's crime figures have shone light on an issue made famous by a landmark TV series: do the police fix their stats? The fact that their measure of crime hasn't fallen may actually be a good thing.
The nationwide protests of the summer have mostly petered out, but Brazil's police and government still have a lot to answer for.
Our absurd laws mean there may never be a public inquest into Duggan's death at the hands of the police.
The elections offer little more than an expensive way of leaving us all more disillusioned.
Just how independent are the non-party-affiliated candidates for the new Police and Crime Commissioner positions?
Revelations about intimate relationships and alleged criminal activity highlight the need for accountability.
This is a highly provocative move.
Commissioners will be elected on tribal lines, warns former Met chief Ian Blair.