In a privatised children's prison, a care worker restrained a boy who died; G4S promoted him. After guards killed an asylum-seeker on a plane, G4S was handed a public contract to provide housing for asylum-seekers — they've made a mess of that. In a prison van in Australia they baked a man to death.
Welcome to our investigation into G4S, the security and surveillance people who see democratic uprisings as a business opportunity. They're running privatised public services worldwide.
This work, led by award-winning reporter Clare Sambrook, followed by the BBC, The Times, The Guardianand the New York Times, is part of the Shine A Light project.