What do you really know about crime? Try our interactive 'Finding the Truth' to dig way beyond the surface of...
25 May 2017
By Dan Lomas
The apparent sophistication of the terror attack on the Ariana Grande gig builds pressure on security services, says...
24 May 2017
By David Lowe
The bombing of a crowd leaving a venue can be hard to prevent. David Lowe asks if we need new strategies.
24 May 2017
Half a century on, the Moors Murders remain a fixed point of fascination and horror for the UK media. Two Manchester...
16 May 2017
The Wannacry malware attack which locked down vital systems throughout much of the NHS on Friday was preventable,...
15 May 2017
You can judge a society by how it treats those most in needs. The last 200 years or so of criminalisation of the...
13 Apr 2017
By David Scott
Spice, and other synthetic drugs, are spreading through UK prisons at a rate that the authorities are struggling to...
10 Apr 2017
By Martin Upton
Boiler rooms involve the aggressive selling of worthless investments to private investors by unauthorised overseas...
30 Mar 2017
Elizabeth Fry, sometimes known as 'the angel of prisons', was depicted on the £5 note for over a decade - only...
21 Feb 2017
Richard Forno says focusing on short-term fixes might make us too exhausted to shape a long term solution to the...
24 Jan 2017
If you feel that you are being watched, it may well be that you are. Surveillance is an ever growing feature of 21st century life in countries across the...
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