Jim Boyling found guilty of Gross Misconduct

Today former SDS undercover police officer Jim Boyling has been found guilty of gross misconduct for pursuing an unauthorised sexual relationship with ‘Rosa’ (a pseudonym) using his false identity, failing to inform his line management of the extent of his relationship, and disclosing confidential information to his target. 

A Disciplinary Panel convened by the Metropolitan Police heard evidence from his former partner ‘Rosa‘ / DIL, who was deceived into a relationship with Boyling in 1999 when he infiltrated ‘Reclaim the Streets’ and ‘Earth First!’ using the cover identity ‘Jim Sutton’.

Boyling also had prior relationships with two other women in ‘Reclaim the Streets’, ‘Monica‘* and ‘Ruth‘.

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Judicial Review launched of CPS decision on undercover police sexual & psychological abuse

An application for a Judicial Review of the decision by the Crown Prosecution Service not to prosecute former undercover police officer Jim Boyling has today been lodged by one of three women deceived into a sexual relationship by him whilst he was deployed to infiltrate environmental and social justice protest groups.

The claimant, granted anonymity by the Undercover Policing Inquiry, goes under the pseudonym of ‘Monica’ and was deceived into a relationship by Boyling in 1997.

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Letter delivered to the Home Secretary by Neville Lawrence and others

Neville Lawrence and other victims of the spycops delivered a letter to Amber Rudd today, on behalf of ‘non-State core participants’ in the Undercover Policing Inquiry.

The letter asks for the Home Secretary to intervene, and ensure that this Inquiry succeeds in its mission: to uncover the truth about undercover policing, and provide answers to those targeted by these covert, political policing units.

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SDS Managers Implicated in human rights abuses – a statement from Kate Wilson

 

For almost eight years the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) have maintained that officers having sexual relationships undercover could never be an operational tactic.

The apologies they have so-far extended to myself and at least eight other women who were deceived into intimate relationships with undercover operatives, state that such relationships “would never have been authorised” and were the result of “failures of supervision and management”.

The subtext is: these were rogue officers misbehaving, and their commanding officers did not know.

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