This chapter explores an emerging theme in relation to policing, profiling, and institutional forms of Islamophobia. Unarguably, Islamophobia entails more than physical violence and verbal abuse. Rather, it has become part of a discussion in relation to racial inequality and structural abuse. Using contemporary examples of policing by force and discriminatory practices at airports this chapter makes the case that Islamophobia has moved into institutional places. From a policing perspective, we argue that Muslims are under official suspicion and therefore treated as a ‘suspect’ community. Using these examples, the chapter draws upon how these themes impact communities and are part of the new Islamophobia narrative.