The home secretary's plan to punish cop-killers suggests some lives matter more than others.
Those convicted of murdering police officers should go to jail for the rest of their life, the home secretary said today.
Failure to guarantee justice for road deaths and injuries makes a mockery of other areas of government policy to get people out of their cars and walking or cycling. It is now time to truly put all victims at the heart of policy.
What do you do with a public service which is enjoying considerable success? Privatise it, of course.
British voters can't cope with good news. We are too grumpy a nation to accept that things are getting better.
A new report on community sentencing indicates that the system is failing to protect the public and leads to high levels of re-offence.
The prime minister refused to budge on drug prohibition today, despite an influential committee of MPs demanding a rethink on Home Office policy.
Changes to the law on remand will hinder the public from knowing when a convicted criminal walks free from the court, politics.co.uk can reveal.
Avon and Somerset constabulary has seen the first public spat between a police chief constable and the newly elected police & crime commissioner, leading to the resignation of Chief Constable Colin Port.
Theresa May has announced a plan for the UK to opt out of 130 EU measures on law and order, in a surprising development which will be greeted with glee by many Tory backbenchers.
Read Chris Grayling's speech promising new protections for homeowners taking on intruders
Read home secretary Theresa May's speech in full to the Conservative Party conference.
By trying to giver homeowners more rights Chris Grayling could actually be taking them away.
The justice secretary peddles disinformation to boost his ministerial career
A Home Office minister argues for the democratic legitimacy of local police and crime commissioners
Prison does work, and if I get made police commissioner I'll make sure we use it.
A Tory MP who tried to conduct a citizen's arrest on a man vandalising a bus shelter was attacked yesterday.
Fears that the economic downturn would trigger a spate of acquisitive crime have proved unfounded, with official figures showing it continues to stay level.
Criminals will soon have to pay more for their crimes, according to an announcement by the Ministry of Justice today.
No 10 could force justice secretary Ken Clarke to turn community sentences into a 'virtual prison' for offenders, according to reports.
Chris Huhne and ex-wife Vicky Pryce appeared in court for the first time today, as they defended themselves against charges of perverting the course of justice.
Watch Ken Livingstone's "hard-hitting" campaign video promising to fight crime if he is re-elected as London Mayor.
Action will be taken so that police can arrest members of the public for swearing at them, Boris Johnson has promised.
Boris Johnson's quest to ban swearing at police is wrong, short-sighted and counter-productive.
Read Theresa May's speech to the Conservative party conference in full on politics.co.uk.