Tag Archives: secrecy

Police seek to avoid accountability in Human Rights case over abusive relationships by undercover officers

A woman deceived into a relationship with undercover officer is fighting in court this Friday [1] to have her claim about human rights abuses to be allowed to continue, and be held in the open. Ms Wilson’s claim [2], being heard in the Investigatory Power’s Tribunal (IPT), states that that the police violated her Human […]

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 […]

Fight against police secrecy in Cardiff undercover relationship case continues in court

Court Hearing about Undercover Cop, Marco Jacob’s, abusive relationships – Tuesday 23rd May, 10am, Royal Courts of Justice Picket outside Royal Court of Justice at 9am Police continuing to avoid accountability and disclosure On Tuesday 23rd May, a legal case over undercover police relationships will return to the High Court, following a hearing last year […]

Briefing on “Neither confirm or deny” – a police tactic for secrecy

On April 5th, there will be a preliminary hearing for the Undercover Policing Inquiry, where the Metropolitan Police Service argue for further delays to the Inquiry and to reduce its scope. This is simply the latest attempt by the police to prevent information coming to light about their abusive undercover policing tactics. To illuminate this […]

Demonstration at Undercover Policing Inquiry hearing

Join us to demand disclosure on political policing abuses in the UK Where? Royal Courts of Justice When? 9-10am April 5th 2016 – on the first day of the hearing What? Demonstration- bring banners, & placards Who? Anyone who cares about our democracy It is over six years since the undercover policing scandal broke, creating […]