Chapter 10 draws on Stuart Hall et al.’s Policing the Crisis and Paul Gilroy’s There Ain’t No Black in the Union Jack. In this chapter, Lambros Fatsis exposes how current state priorities and policing practices continue to subjugate, monitor, control, and curtail the movement and expression of Black Britons, giving renewed impetus to law and order politics at the expense of racial and social justice. The chapter argues that both contributions help us overcome a politics of crime that does more to contain crises of hegemony than it does to abolish the conditions that create violent crime, be they social inequalities or political and criminal justice failures.