INQUEST has always recognised the importance of and worked alongside individual family campaigns. You may like to visit the following websites for details. We do not set up and run campaigns ourselves, but provide support for and links to independent family campaigns’ websites.
More links to other resources
4WardEver Campaign UK
4WardEver UK provides support to affected families and is a one-stop-resource for profiles, news, and event details, useful information, appeals, and more in relation to deaths and abuse whilst in custody, and other injustices in the UK and elsewhere.
Azelle Rodney Campaign
The family of Azelle Rodney have been campaigning for justice ever since he was shot fatally several times by a police officer in Edgware, north London, on 30 April 2005.
Campaign for Justice for Smiley Culture
Campaign started to support the family & friends of David Emanuel (AKA Smiley Culture) who died in mysterious and questionable circumstances in police custody.
F. A. T. A. L. Campaign UK
The Families Advocating Transparency in Autopsies of Loved Ones (FATAL) Campaign was formed by family members who are concerned over what they believe to be a deliberate lack of transparency of their loved ones' autopsies.
Families against Corporate Killing (FACK)
Families against corporate killers is a national campaigning network, formed by the relatives of people killed at work, which campaigns to stop workers and others being killed in preventable incidents.
Family Web Pages Service
‘Family Web Pages’ is a free service provided by 4WardEver Campaign UK in association with First Stop Web Design for affected families & campaigns
Friends of Mikey Powell Campaign for Justice
Mikey Powell died in West Midlands police custody in Handsworth, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK on 7 September 2003.
Ian Tomlinson Family Campaign
Ian Tomlinson was an innocent passerby trying to get home and died after a police assault at the G20 protests on April 1st 2009.
Jean Charles de Menezes Family Campaign
Jean Charles de Menezes' family call for a public inquiry into his fatal shooting on a tube train in Stockwell, London on 22 July 2005.
Justice For Daniel
Private investigator Daniel Morgan was murdered in a south London car park in 1987. Despite four separate police investigations and an inquest no-one has ever stood trial for his murder. His family have been calling for a public inquiry into his death.
Justice for Kingsley Burrell
Campaigning for justice for Kingsley Burrell and for legislative reform in regards to deaths in custody.
Justice for Michael Bailey
Michael Bailey was found hanging in his cell in the segregation unit at HMP Rye Hill in March 2005. Four prison officers were charged with various offences relating to his death.
Justice for Paul Coker
Paul Coker died on 6 August 2005 in a cell at Plumstead police station, south east London, just two hours after being arrested for causing a breach of the peace.
Justice for Sandra
Sandra Jean Allen died whilst detained under the Mental Health Act 1983 at a hospital in north London.
Justice for Seni
Olaseni Lewis, known as Seni to his family and friends, died on the 4th of September 2010 after being restrained by up to 7 policemen whilst he was seeking help as a vulnerable voluntary patient at the Bethlem Royal Hospital, Croydon.
Habib ‘Paapu’ Ullah died on 3 July 2008 during a stop and search by police officers on a vehicle in a car park in High Wycombe. He was 39 years old and leaves behind a young family.
Lloyd Butler Campaign
Lloyd Butler died in police custody in August 2010 after being arrested after his family called 999 due to concerns about his behaviour while drunk.
Pauline had been a tireless campaigner against the deaths of women in custody since the tragic death of her own daughter, Sarah, in 2003. Pauline died in 2008. This site is a resource that covers the issues that Pauline was so passionate about.
Roger Sylvester Justice Campaign
Roger Sylvester died following an incident involving police officers outside his home in January 1999. His family has persevered through two inquests and the High Court to seek justice for Roger.
19-year-old Lee Sean McArdle was found hanging at Brinsford Young Offender Institution in Staffordshire on 12 February 2005.
Sean Rigg Justice & Change
The Family seek answers about and justice for the death in police custody of Sean Rigg in Brixton on 21 August 2008.
Stephen Lawrence Trust
Teenager Stephen Lawrence was murdered at a bus stop in South london in 1993. A wide-ranging inquiry into his death was held in 1998.
The Monitoring Group
The Monitoring Group was established in London in the early 1980’s, by community campaigners and lawyers who wished to challenge the growth of racism in the locality and has become a leading UK anti-racist charity promoting civil rights.
United Families and Friends Campaign
The United Families and Friends Campaign (UFFC), a coalition established in 1997 of those affected by deaths in police, prison and psychiatric custody, supports others in similar situations.
Zahid Mubarek Trust
The Zahid Mubarek Trust campaigns for a more humane penal system. The Trust is especially concerned with those most vulnerable and in need of support and was set up in memory of Zahid Mubarek, who was murdered by his cell mate in prison.