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Police Liaison Officers – the new FIT

Police Liaison Officers are everywhere these days, constantly hanging around ‘engaging’ with protesters. They are being hailed as a new invention, but the role they carry out is not new at all. It’s just that it used to be done … Continue reading

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New PND increases police ‘data power’

The new Police National Database PND is now up and running. All of the 43 police forces can now easily and quickly share any information they hold, on a single platform. This will not only include criminal records, but all … Continue reading

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Police claim they ‘showed restraint’ at student demo.

Thousands of police were on the streets yesterday, many equipped with hard hats and weapons from the start, all intent on imprisoning protesters in a makeshift detention centre outside the houses of parliament. They viciously and repeatedly beat protesters around … Continue reading

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Call to Resist Police Data Gathering

This building up of ‘intelligence’ on political protesters must be resisted. The police have admitted building up information on police databases, and using intelligence to actively ‘disrupt’ groups or individuals involved in planning or co-ordinating protest. This is not something any of us should help them with!
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