Two in five people in the South East aren't confident their complaints to the police are fairly dealt with according to a survey by the IPCC.
Out of 4000 people surveyed, 39% were either not very or not at all confident that the police would deal with their complaints against them fairly.
However, 72% of people were happy with their recent contact with police and 74% admitted they were willing to complain if they weren't happy with how a police officer behaved or handled a matter they were involved in.
IPCC Chair, Dame Anne Owers said, "This survey shows that too many people are still either unsure of how to make a complaint about the police or don’t believe their complaint will be dealt with fairly."
Sgt Simon Goss from Hampshire Police didn't realise Tiffany Ellmore was in labour when he was chasing their vehicle. He spoke to ITV Meridian earlier.
New mum Tiffany Ellmore from Portsmouth has been describing the dramatic moment she gave birth at the side of a motorway.
She went into labour early and was being rushed to hospital by her father - only to be pulled over by the police for speeding on the M275.
A Hampshire woman gave birth of the side of the motorway after the police stopped her 100mph dad as he drove her to hospital.
Tiffany Ellmore on the M275 motorway at 10.15pm on Friday evening after the police pursuit.
Four unmarked police vehicles surrounded the family car as the baby's head started to appear, in which Tiffany's dad Colin delivered the baby.
The officers present phoned an ambulance which took mother and baby to Queen Alexandra Hospital in Cosham, Portsmouth.
Tiffany, who has three other children, was 38-weeks pregnant and had started having contractions around 4pm.
Baby Lola Mia Rose weighed a healthy 6lb 4oz and was discharged home on Saturday.
Police said no action would be taken over the M275 drama.
A Dorset police officer has been convicted of five counts of fraud. Adam McLean, 38, pleaded guilty at Bournemouth Crown Court. He was sentenced to a community service order to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work for each offence – to run concurrently.
Following his conviction he was dismissed from Dorset Police. PC McLean was arrested on 12 June 2013 following an investigation by the Dorset Police Anti-Corruption Unit and the Major Crime Team. Police say he let down his colleagues and the service.
He met a 52-year-old Sherborne man, in 2006 when he dealt with an incident in the town while on duty and subsequently they became friends. PC McLean went on to abuse his position, and in 2012 he used the victim’s bank account to pay off his own personal debts.
Police are appealing for witnesses after four cars were involved in a crash in Weymouth.
At around 1pm on Sunday 6th April, police were called to the collision at the junction of Chickerell Road and Lynch Road.
A grey Renault Laguna was travelling along Chickerell Road heading towards the Granby Industrial Estate when it collided with a silver Honda CR-V and a black Vauxhall Agila. The Honda then struck a grey Volkswagen Touareg.
Police Constable Nick Gravenor, of Weymouth Police, said: “The road was closed for about an hour and a half in order for officers to investigate the scene and for paramedics to treat the slight injuries of all motorists involved.
Anyone who has information is asked to call 101, quoting 6:197.
They disappeared from our streets in the late sixties, although a certain Time Lord has continued to make use of one for his travels. Today, a 21st century police box was unveiled in the main shopping precinct at Boscombe in Dorset.
The police hope it will reduce crime and anti-social behaviour in the area. But, as Martin Dowse reports, the launch felt rather more like a Dr Who convention.
Dorset Police have unveiled a new police box that resembles the time-travelling tardis used in Doctor Who.
The box has been revealed in Boscombe town centre today to crowds of people and police hope its 'magical' design will help raise police presence in the area.