Boris Johnson has accused the police of “wasting time” arresting women accused of being anti-transgender, when he suggests the manpower could be used to tackle knife crime.
Police officers are calling for "more boots on the ground" as figures reveal a 14% rise in homicides - the highest number since 2008.
The College of Policing has dropped a job advertisement for external candidates to become senior officers after it was criticised for its attitude of believe they were “intellectually superior” to frontline officers.
Peter Bleksley, a former Metropolitan police officer has said that he does not have a problem with so-called ‘paedophile hunters’ but that he feels their need to live-stream confrontations as a “lust for likes and views” on social media.
Around 1,000 police officers from England and Scotland are to begin training this month for deployment in Northern Ireland, in case of disorder in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
The Chief Constable of Sussex Police has said he feels "really sorry" for a couple who felt "violated" after being held for 36 hours before being cleared of involvement of the disruption of Gatwick Airport by drones.
Norman Brennan, Founder of Law & Order Foundation has said that Diane Abbott’s criticism of police tactics when dealing with moped crime shows she is “detached from the real world”.
Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Sir Steve House said passers-by should only help officers struggling with violent suspects "if they can safely do so".
A former Scotland Yard detective has said stop and search is a "useful tool" in the fight against knife crime, but claimed that new police recruits "probably think" it's "racist".
Ken Hinds, Chair of the Haringey Independent Stop and Search Monitoring Group, has said that the authorities have to do more to prevent knife crime as he has already “been to six funerals this year”, all of which were teenagers killed by violence.
Former South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Shaun Wright will not face any charges in relation to an allegation he lied to MPs about his knowledge of the Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal.
The former police officer claimed that public confidence in the police had "plummeted" and that people had "all but given up" on them.
PR expert Mark Borkowski has said that people from the UK may laugh but “thousands of tourists” will buy the Metropolitan Police’s new merchandise range and “it is going to make them a lot of money”.
Sergeant Simon Kempton has said that victims of crime saying how it will affect them has bearing on how the crime is prioritised, because forces do not have the resources to search “for stolen stuff on ebay” all day.
A former Detective Inspector has said that due to cuts, police are "expecting individuals to gather the evidence themselves".
Former Metropolitan Police Officer Chris Hobbs has said that “police are having to backfill for” cuts to other services and that because there are not enough officers “if you stab someone, the odds are in London you are probably going to get away with it”.
Liam Gallagher has been interviewed under caution over an alleged altercation at a London nightspot.
Up to a million reported crimes are being dropped with little or no investigation, it has been reported.
A former British Transport Police Officer Norman Brennan has said that the government needed to ask itself a question: “What financial price do you put on the safety of Britain?
Prime Minister Theresa May has sparked outrage from police after she insisted that there is no direct “causation” between officer numbers and crime levels.
Detectives are investigating whether the incident was an anti-Muslim attack.
A no-deal Brexit will make it harder for police to protect UK citizens as forces fall back on “slower, more bureaucratic” systems, one of the country’s most senior officers has warned.
As prison officers across the country strike in protest of rising violence in prisons, the General Secretary of the the Prison Officers' Association says he wants to see 'clear commitments from government'
Police were already in pursuit of the vehicle when it crashed, injuring those inside the car.
Clare O'Neill was injured when thieves stole her Audi in Acocks Green, Birmingham, on Thursday, with four-week-old Eliza inside
Naa'imur Zakariyah Rahman, 20, could be facing life behind bars for planning to bomb the gates of 10 Downing Street
Many police officers feel their efforts to enforce the law on possession of cannabis have "little or no impact" on offenders' use of the drug, according to a study
A major review found victims have been let down after being targeted because of personal characteristics such as race, religion or sexual orientation.
It was reported on Thursday that around 300 officers were being housed in gymnasiums in preparations for Donald Trump's first UK visit.
The US President’s first trip to Britain has seen nearly every police force in the country call up officers for his arrival.
Three local men arrested in connection with the incident
Former policeman Norman Brennan says officers routinely have to prioritise emergency calls
Fighting broke out near The Albert pub close to the ground before kick-off
Flowers removed again from shrine to burglar killed while committing crime
A shrine was created outside Richard Osborn-Brooks' home to suspected burglar Henry Vincent
Tanesha Melbourne-Blake was the 48th murder victim in London this year
The figures have been described by the TaxPayers' Alliance as 'staggering'
The Home Secretary said she'll do 'whatever it takes' to ensure the streets of Britain are safe
30-year-old arrested in east London following killing of teenager on Monday
Police called to 'highly unusual episode' at Stoke-on-Trent address
Former police officer Peter Kirkham claims Theresa May was warned police cuts would lead to a rise in violence
Two suspects arrested late on Wednesday evening after an 18-year-old man became the latest victim of London's knife crime epidemic
More than 50 suspected murders in the capital so far this year, say police, after young man dies following knife attack in east London
The Centre for Criminal Appeals gathered information through a Freedom of Information request
Former police officer Norman Brennan spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the recent spate of violent crimes