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Have you witnessed – or been the victim of – aggressive, unfair or disproportionate behaviour by the police, private security or someone else whilst protesting? It’s time to challenge it! Protest Justice empowers and supports people in making complaints about these actions to hold the perpetrators to account. Our work is supported by Netpol, GBC and a number of legal professionals.




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Tomorrow represented by @LeighDay_Law we go to the Royal Courts of Justice to attempt to stop the monster that is #HS2 . From 10-30 you can watch a livestream here Thank you to all who have supported this action - all we need now is justice for our future

You know the use of stop and search powers is completely out of control when the BBC is offering advice on your rights.

"Police officers cannot stop you because of your race, gender or any previous criminal record" 👀 Cannot? Or should not?

We're excited that @blkprotestlegal have agreed to provide a statement as part of our comprehensive report on the policing of #BlackLivesMatter protests in Britain.

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"‘You will see a lot of police officers out on the street. There will be a lot more ready should people be out of order, should people get violent", says Metropolitan Police Commissioner. "But I’m not predicting that at this stage."

You kind of are though

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