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The Dark Side - Stephen Lawrence - Daniel Morgan Murders and Corrupt Private Detectives

The role of corrupt private detectives, all former police officers, appears central to the Stephen Lawrence and Daniel Morgan Murders.

Last year, the Home Secretary Theresa May, in her statement to the House of Commons on the publication of ‘ 2,758 more words

Former Metropolitan Police Officers Trading in Confidential Russian Intelligence


RISC Management Limited Directors Keith Hunter and Clifford Knuckey paid $7,500 for sensitive Russian Intelligence and sold to rivals

Poisoned spy Alexander Litvinenko was investigating a Russian minister and an ongoing legal battle over a vodka brand in the months before his death, an Inquiry has heard. 737 more words


How Corrupt is Britain – A Commentary by Peter Oborne

How Corrupt Is Britain? Edited by David Whyte Pluto Press, 208pp, £55/£16.99

Corruption: a Very Short Introduction Leslie Holmes Oxford University Press, 168pp, £7.99

Corruption in British public life can be divided schematically into three phases. 1,369 more words


A Crooked NYPD Cop Explains Police Corruption

Exposing Corruption and Cover – Ups

“I can tell you stories that will make your head spin, all day,” former NYPD officer Michael Dowd said. “One guy got shot in the head and still had a cigarette in his mouth,” he continued, by way of example. 1,126 more words


Lawrence Murder Case - Police Suspected Corrupt Officer Linked To Private Investigators

 Stephen Lawrence

Intelligence that linked a suspected corrupt police officer on the Stephen Lawrence murder investigation to the gangster father of one of the prime suspects was apparently suppressed to protect the then Metropolitan Police Commissioner. 689 more words


Met Police Chief Accepts ‘some justification’ that Force Is Institutionally Racist.

The head of the Metropolitan Police has said there is “some justification” to claims that the force is institutionally racist.

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said Scotland Yard would take the allegations “on the chin” ahead of a BBC documentary. 275 more words


Police Lack Resources to Investigate Corruption - HMIC Finds

Half the police forces in England and Wales lack the capability and resources to properly investigate corruption among their own officers, a report says.

Many forces were not “seeking out intelligence on corruption proactively”, Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary found. 574 more words