Do you go to protests or rallies?

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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The only police officer due to face misconduct proceedings over the death of Edson Da Costa, in Newham in east London in 2017, was able to resign before a disciplinary hearing could take place. Edson's family were not informed by @metpoliceuk https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/nov/28/police-officer-in-death-case-resigned-before-disciplinary-action

In summary: police killed a young black man and then repeatedly lied. The Home Office refused to grant a visa to his mother to attend the funeral. She took her own life. The coroner vetted his inquest jury for suspected sympathies with Black Lives Matter https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/nov/29/what-really-happened-to-edson-da-costa

Today it's apparently necessary to remind people tweeting at us: (a) no, we are not a police organisation, (b) we in fact monitor violent, excessive and disproportionate policing and (c) please stop telling us we should be ashamed for introducing new powers. That's the government

It’s shocking that during a discussion of a public sector pay freeze for millions of key workers on #bbcqt the audience appears unaware the Conservative Gov’t has actually frozen it almost every year for a decade leaving millions of workers with ten years of real terms pay cuts!

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