Police news from UK Parliament.
Three short debates in the Lords
Members discuss Police & Crime Panels, rural health care and UK-Iran relations. Catch up
24 February 2023
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill completes passage through parliament
Bill becomes an Act of Parliament. Catch up
29 April 2022
Met Police acting commissioner questioned on workforce culture and restoring public confidence
Committee takes evidence from Acting Commissioner Sir Stephen House and Assistant Commissioner Louisa Rolfe
19 April 2022
Beth yw cyflwr plismona yng Nghymru?
Bydd y Pwyllgor Materion Cymreig yn clywed mewn sesiwn unigol gan uwch-swyddogion heddluoedd Cymru.
25 March 2022
What is the state of policing in Wales?
Committee to hear from senior officers from the four Welsh police forces
25 March 2022
Westminster Hall to hold a general debate on reports of misogyny and sexual harassment in the Metropolitan Police
MPs to hold a general debate on reports of misogyny and sexual harassment in the Metropolitan Police
04 March 2022
Police powers to suspend driving licenses to be debated by MPs
MPs will debate a petition relating to police powers to suspend driving licenses
05 January 2022
Lords debates migrants arriving illegally
Members discuss migrants arriving in the UK illegally by boat under. Catch up
26 November 2021
Home Affairs Committee scrutinises the work of the Home Office
The Home Affairs Committee takes evidence from Permanent Secretary, Matthew Rycroft.
21 September 2021
Call for evidence launched on new technologies in law enforcement
Justice and Home Affairs Committee launch call for evidence on new technologies for law enforcement
22 July 2021
Four short debates in the Lords
Climate change targets, ethnicity and child poverty, neurological services and perpetrators of genocide are in the Lords spotlight. Find out more about Thursday debates in May
28 May 2021
Evidence session with Kit Malthouse MP on police complaints and violence against retail workers
Committee to take evidence from Kit Malthouse MP as part of its inquiries into police complaints and violence against retail workers.
11 May 2021
Lords votes on Fire Safety Bill as stages conclude
Lords votes on Commons decisions on the fire safety costs amendment made in the House of Lords. Find out more
29 April 2021
Domestic Abuse Bill becomes law
During the course of its progress through the House of Lords, members successfully campaigned to make changes to the draft law
28 April 2021
Evidence session on policing and organisation of vigils
The Home Affairs Committee examines the organisation and policing of vigils for Sarah Everard in an evidence session.
24 March 2021