Following the police brutality against Diego Dumont, as he exercised his right to record a video of a police action, the Belgian League of Human Rights (LDH) has requested a serious and independent investigation.
After the tragic death of a two-year-old Iraqi Kurd girl, shot dead by Belgian police as she sat on her mother's lap, human rights groups are demanding that the government open a full investigation into the incident.
The abuse of two people while under arrest by Civil Guard officers leads to the first conviction against Spain for a material violation of Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
Two Italian lawyers are teaming up with a civilian-led organisation to solve a case of suspected murder at a police station in Germany.
Victor Stanciu, a 60-year-old man, was taken from his home by two police officers to Police Station no. 19 in Bucharest, where he was beaten, allegedly for refusing to show his ID.
Liberties and our Spanish member Rights International Spain ask for fair and unbiased investigations into police abuses last Sunday in Catalonia, Spain.
The request for compensation from the state follows the high-profile death of Sinthu Selvarajah, the 28-year-old victim of a shocking act of police brutality.
A new report of the Bulgarian Helsinki Committee (BHC) raises big concerns about the number of cases of police abuse and the way they are investigated and prosecuted.
The Romanian Prosecutor’s Office claims to have devised and implemented a "strategy" as an answer to the numerous complaints lodged in recent years regarding police violence. Prime Minister Dacian Cioloș himself...
A man is abused by three police officers after complaining about getting stiffed by a Bucharest taxi driver. After eight years of inaction by Romanian authorities, the European Court of Human Rights has delivered justice.