Category Archives: Legal

Met ordered to disclose evidence in Welsh undercover relationships case

   * Press release 7.30pm 25th May 2017 * Judge in Court Hearing about Undercover Cop, Marco Jacob’s, abusive relationships orders Met Police to disclose evidence     Police have been avoiding and delaying disclosure in this case for several years. A judge this week, has ordered Police that they must disclose evidence in the legal […]

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 […]

This Tuesday! Picket outside hearing of case around spycop Marco Jacob’s relationships

What: Picket outside South Wales Undercover Relationships case hearing Where: The Royal Courts of Justice When: 9am Tuesday 23rd May Court cases against the police for abusive undercover relationships continue, and next week, the South Wales Case has a hearing at the Royal Courts of Justice. Show your support at a picket outside the court! […]

Courageous Jessica makes statement

Today, there have been shocking revelations about Andy Coles (deputy Police and Crime Commissioner for Cambridgeshire, and Tory councillor for Cambridge [2]) being an undercover officer known as ‘Andy “Van” Davey’. He, like so many other officers that have been uncovered [3], had an abusive relationship with a female activist while undercover. That activist, known […]

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 […]