Policing

Anon, ‘BAME people have more likely to be arrested under coronavirus laws, figures suggest’, ITV News, 3 June 2020

‘Belly Mujinga: Call for police to release spitting suspects name’, BBC News, 5 April 2021

Ben Butcher & Dominic Casciani, ‘Covid: What’s happenined to crime during the pandemic’, BBC News, 28 March 2021

Ben Quinn and Frances Perraudin, ‘London police accused of racial profiling in lockdown searches’, The Guardian, 16 May

Caelainn Barr, Alexandra Topping and Owen Bowcott, ‘Rape Prosecutions and Convictions Dropped by Half Early in UK Pandemic’, The Guardian, 22 October 2020

DMU expert joins Ministry of Justice consultation as courtrooms look to go digital during lockdown, De Montfort University Leicester, 4 June 2020

James Trafford, ‘The Virus is The Police’, Discover Society, 05 May 2020

Jamie Grierson, ‘Met carried out 22,000 searches on young black men during lockdown’, The Guardian, 8 July 2020

Kojo Koram, ‘Systemic racism and police brutality are British problems too’, The Guardian, 4 June 2020

Lizzie Dearden, ‘All prosecutions under new Coronavirus Act unlawful, review finds’, The Independent, 16 May 2020

Martin Brunt, ‘Coronavirus: BAME groups disproportionately fined for COVID-19 breaches’, Sky News, 27 July 2020

Mattha Busby and Mirren Gidda, ‘BAME people fined more than white population under coronavirus laws’, The Guardian, 26 May 2020

Penny Wangari-Jones, ‘Track and Trace: Police and the Criminalisation of the Marginalised’, Racial Justice Network, 20 October 2020

Sarah Marsh, ‘Met police increased use of section 60 stop and search during lockdown’, The Guardian, 27 July 2020

Vikram Dodd and Mirren Gidda, ‘Police in England and Wales far more likely to fine BAME people in lockdown’, The Guardian, 17 June 2020