15.05.13 May Pushes for More Death Sentences
Judicial Process: The Search for Truth in an Adversarial System
This document was authored by the Campaign’s of Jeremy Bamber, Susan May and Eddie Gilfoyle and submitted to the Home Affairs Select Committee during December 2011, supported by MP’s, but to date there has been no response from the committee.
10.02.15 Police 'Lack Resources' to Probe Corruption
10.02.15 IPCC Accused of 'Dragging Heels' In Case
Academic Work on Police Corruption
Policing and corruption are inseparable. This book argues that corruption is not one thing but covers many deviant and criminal practices in policing which also shift over time. It rejects the 'bad apple' metaphor and focuses on 'bad orchards', meaning not individual but institutional failure. Maurice Punch author of PoliceCorruption: deviance, accountability and reform in policing.
Eddie Gilfoyle, Review Finds Diary Kept From Defence, 24th Nov, 2012
In a similar fashion to the personal diaries of Sheila Caffell being undisclosed to the defence, Eddie Gilfoyle's wife, Paula had kept diaries which showed that she had attempted suicide before. A recent police inquiry of non-disclosure of the material by Merseyside Police, was conducted by Avon and Somerset Constabulary. Times Article.
Independent Police Complaints
Watch the second programme by BBC Panorama on the IPCC and their handling of police investigations. Unfortunately this has been removed from I-player. Nevertheless, this interesting programme on UK police is worth a watch. "Police Shooting to Kill?"
14.5.13 Police Refuse to Co-operate after assaulting a Grandfather
It is also very disappointing to know that the Police Federation feel it is acceptable practice to encourage public servants to not cooperate fully with IPCC investigations"
IPCC & Police Corruption
Last updated: February 2015
Police Corruption and misconduct is a growing problem in the UK. This page is to keep you up to date with the astonishing and growing number of incidents relating to fabrication of evidence, deaths in custody, young people being stopped and searched and the appalling treatment of vulnerable people including, women and the mentally ill. The positive work of the majority of police officers is being hampered by misconduct and which causes further breakdown in their relationship with communities. Simply click on the images within each of the news clippings to view the full stories. Please note that the Jeremy Bamber Campaign cannot be held responsible for the content of external links.