Police funding in England and Wales
Police funding fell from 2010/11 to 2015/16. An extra £450 million for 2018 largely comes from allowing PCCs to increase council tax.
Is London losing 3,000 police officers?
The Met Police expects to lose 3,000 officers by 2020, based on funding projections.
Have some police officers had a 32% pay rise?
Claims about police pay at PMQs aren’t likely to represent the experience of most officers.
Stops and searches are becoming less common
The use of stop and search powers across England and Wales has fallen significantly over the past few years.
Have armed police numbers been cut?
The number of armed police officers has fallen by about 700 since 2010, but numbers are currently on the rise.
Labour Manifesto: Police Officers
We've factchecked claims from Jeremy Corbyn's speech at the Labour party manifesto launch.
Police funding: up or down?
Are police budgets being cut? It depends which source of funding you count.
How many suspects are wanted by police?
We looked at how many people are wanted in relation to particular crimes in England and Wales.
Police officer numbers have fallen
The number of police officers has dropped by 19,000 since 2010.
How many police forces are rated good or outstanding?
While it's true that two thirds of police forces across England and Wales were rated good or outstanding in 2016, only one was outstanding. The other 28 were rated good.
Fewer police cells are being used to hold people with mental health problems
Police cells are being used less often as a ‘place of safety’ under the Mental Health Act.
Police numbers: back to the 1970s?
It's claimed spending cuts could mean 22,000 fewer police officers in England and Wales. Would that put police numbers at their lowest since the 1970s?
How many deaths occur in police custody?
Home Secretary Theresa May has announced an independent review of deaths in police custody. We take a look at the latest figures.