A new expert study found a global failure to respect and protect human rights in law enforcement.
An April 2021 report concluded that discriminatory and excessive use of force against African Americans pervaded policing in the United States.
In April 2021, the US Attorney General, Merrick Garland, announced an investigation into the use of force by the Minneapolis Police...
The ICRC has published a useful new booklet on the use of weapons and equipment in law enforcement operations
The Omega Research Foundation has produced a mapping of use of force during COVID 19 related lockdowns and quarantines around the...
Policing has been heavy-handed in some states while in others it has involved serious violations of international human rights law.
The Human Rights Committee has published its Draft General Comment 37 on the Right of Peaceful Assembly under the ICCPR
In August 2019, Daniel Pantaleo, the officer involved in the chokehold death of an African-American, was dismissed from the NYPD.
Brazilian President says criminals will "die like cockroaches" under proposed new laws on use of lethal force.
In June and July 2019, the Hong Kong police used force against demonstrators during mass protests that was sometimes excessive.
International Network of Civil Liberties Organisations launches a new project: "Unhealed Wounds. The Faces Behind the Injuries of Crowd-Control Weapons"
Former Spanish Prime Minister Rajoy blamed separatists for the excessive police use of force during the illegal 2017 Catalonia referendum