At this event organised by the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies we will discuss a new draft publication into the undercover policing of political protest groups and social movements. The publication focuses on the views of those who have been subject to this practice.
We will also discuss whether it is possible to hold undercover policing to account.
About this event
The Pitchford Inquiry aims to investigate and report on undercover police operations in political groups and social movements in England and Wales since 1968. Almost two years on from the launch of a planned three year inquiry, it has become entangled and delayed by legal argument. It is now estimated the Inquiry won’t hold its first public hearing until 2019.
At this event, we will discuss a new draft publication by the Centre into the undercover policing of political protest groups and social movements. The publication focuses on the views of some of those who have been subject to this practice.
There will also be presentations on:
We are asking for a minimum £2.50 donation on booking. But all are welcome to attend, regardless of income.
If you would like to attend but do not feel able to offer a donation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We will do our best to accommodate you.
There will be a buffet lunch.
For more information and to register, see the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies’ event page.