Category Archives: Inquiries

Inquiry progress briefing #5

We are pleased to today publish our progress briefing number 5, summarising progress in the Undercover Policing Inquiry. This version is for public consumption – if you are a core participant in the Inquiry, you can get a more detailed version from your solicitor. This Inquiry Progress Briefing number 5 includes a summary of progress […]

Undercover Policing Inquiry: Latest progress briefing

Want to understand what has happened recently in the preliminary stages of the Undercover Policing Inquiry? Read our latest Progress Briefing available for download here. It covers the period mid March to mid May 2017 and includes: 5/6th April Hearing Disclosure of personal files Protocols Draft disclosure protocol Restriction protocol Rehabilitation of Offenders Act submissions […]

Press release: Women write to Irish Government:

Full investigation needed on undercover policing in Ireland Today, four women deceived into relationships with undercover police in the UK [1,2] have written to the Irish Prime minister, Minister for Justice and Equality, and Minister for Foreign Affairs & Trade. Their letters [3] ask why they were targeted in Ireland for abusive relationships by UK […]

Spying victims demand truth NOW Stop the Police cover up

Press release sent on behalf of the UCPI non-state, non-police core participants communications group Royal Courts of Justice 5th April 2017 – picket 9-10am (photo opportunities) On 5th/6th April at a High Court hearing of the Public Inquiry into Undercover Policing, the Metropolitan Police will be seeking to continue their cover up of human rights […]

This week: Demonstration outside Undercover Policing Inquiry

Hearing of the Undercover Policing Inquiry Where? Royal Courts of Justice When? April 5th-6th 2017 This is a crucial hearing [1] in the preliminary stages of the public inquiry into the scandals surrounding undercover policing. It results from the latest police delaying and avoidance tactics: they have applied to delay the Inquiry  further, and to […]