Police are on standby to respond to further protests by people demonstrating ahead of the G8 summit, BBC News reports.
- Mother who was falsely arrested for death of her son paid settlement by police
Police have paid an undisclosed settlement to a mother who was falsely arrested on suspicion of murder after her son died of natural causes, BBC News has reported.
- Nurse cleared of poisoning patients to sue police
A nurse cleared of poisoning patients is to sue police for up to £100,000 after officers allegedly interfered with her Facebook account and leaked her name to journalists.
- Call for review of police practices as nearly 60,000 people still on bail
Family of murder victim call for public inquiry into domestic abuse
More than 57,000 people are on bail in the UK, according to figures obtained by the BBC.
The family of a woman who was strangled by her former boyfriend has called on the home secretary to set up a public inquiry into how domestic abuse complaints are handled.
120,000 DNA samples taken from children, figures reveal
Shocking figures out today have revealed that over the last two years, police have taken DNA from 120,000 children, according to The Telegraph.
Report clears West Yorkshire Police of protecting Jimmy Savile
A West Yorkshire Police (WYP) report has found "no evidence" Jimmy Savile was protected from arrest or prosecution by his relationship with the force, according to BBC News.
Police defend ‘barbaric’ decision to track dementia patients
Police have defended a "barbaric" decision to buy GPS locating devices to trace people with dementia, The Guardian has reported.
Police should focus more on preventing crime than catching criminals
The police should spend more time preventing crime than catching criminals, the new chief inspector of constabulary for England and Wales has said.
‘Sapphire’ rape teams to undergo major overhaul
The Metropolitan Police teams that work on rape and sex assault cases are to undergo a major reorganisation after a series of failed investigations, the BBC has reported.