Category Archives: Policing and State Harm

Teenage Gangs, Murder, Policing and Policy

It never fails to amaze me how much of the discussion, action and even government policy associated with teenage murders, serious violence and “gang culture” regularly mirrors the lack of psychological maturity of those committing the offences. While the subject … Continue reading

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London Riots August 2011

Mapping the Riots in London and across the UK is available on this link. source Guardian The comments and discussions from site visitors over the last few months on Black violence, teenage murders, shooting and robbery have suggested a growing … Continue reading

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Civilians Killed by Police Firearms Officers in England and Wales

Mapping the location of individuals shot and killed by the police in England and Wales, from 2005 to 2011 Link to: New updated map from 2005 to 2011, also now enabled to allow victim profile selection by sex, ethnic appearance … Continue reading

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Road Deaths resulting from Police Pursuits, Responding to Emergencies and other causes

Mapping the location of civilians fatally injured on the roads in England and Wales as a result of police pursuit, emergency response or other activity. 147 civilian fatalities from April 2005 to March 2009. Link to Interactive Map of Road … Continue reading

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