Thursday 6 August 2009

IPCC recommends changes to policing

The Independent Police Complaints Commission demanded immediate changes to policing following its investigation into the G20 protests in London.

This was the result of some 134 complaints to the IPCC regarding policing at the protests in the City of London on 1 April. Much footage has since emerged of police brutality on the day, including the death of innocent bystander Ian Tomlinson.

We need to ensure that we continue to push for policing reforms - not only the limited reforms recommended by the IPCC, but the full right to protest without harassment, and justice for those who have died in police custody.

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