Police forces across the country have agreed to publish all outcomes of controversial stop and search measures by its officers, under a new Home Office scheme.
Forty three forces across England and Wales - including the The Metropolitan Police Service - has signed up to the Best Use of Stop and Search code of conduct, previously announced by Home Secretary Theresa May, who admitted in April that the power was being misused.
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